Stephen Winter is an award winning film director, screenwriter, consultant and producer. He has been professionally helping people fix, repair, rearrange, renovate or otherwise resolve their short film scripts, feature edits and scripts for over 15 years. His films include Chocolate Babies (1996, premiere Berlin Film Festival), Young Men Big Dreams: Inside The World of the Steve Harvey Mentoring Camp (2014) for NBC/Universal, and his new film as writer/director Jason and Shirley will premiere in 2015. Some of the films he’s worked on are Precious (2008, Sundance, Cannes), Paperboy (2010), Lee Daniels' The Butler (2012, Cannes), John Cameron Mitchell’s Shortbus (2006, Cannes), Xan Cassavetes’ Kiss of The Damned (2010, Venice), John Krokidas’ Kill Your Darlings (2013, Sundance), David France’s Oscar nominated documentary How To Survive A Plague (2012, Sundance) and producer of the landmark “Narci-cinema” (A.O. Scott, New York Times) documentary Jonathan Caouette’s Tarnation (2004, Sundance, Cannes, New York Film Festival, The 2015 Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking). He has consulted on dozens of film projects across the world and his short play Be Still, about his sainted mother Aureen returning to Jamaica, was included in 24 by 24: The Best of the 24 Hour Plays Anthology.