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Windy Borman

Executive Producer and Director working at the intersection of entertainment, education, and equity.

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Windy Borman is a multi-hyphenate maven working at the intersection of entertainment, education, and equity. She produces digital content and live events for thought leaders so they can entertain, empower, and engage their audiences to create global change. She directs documentary films that promote curiosity, equity, and serenity. And she teaches creative professionals how to decrease liability by increasing consent so teams can thrive.

Her films have screened at Sundance and the United Nations, garnered Best Documentary and Visionary awards on the festival circuit, and been featured in Variety, The Associated Press, The New York Times, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Forbes, NBC and ABC.

Other successes include founding three film production companies, producing events for Dr. Maya Angelou and Maragaret Cho, directing "The Vagina Monologues", serving on the board of two Women in Film chapters, and teaching middle school Drama and Dance in New York City Public Schools with Teach For America.

In her free time she enjoys yoga, stand-up paddle boarding, and walking her dog on the beach.

Windy is open to opportunities that align with her mission and values.

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Intimacy Directors and Coordinators (IDC) Professionals, Intimacy Coordinators of Color, Women in Film and Media Colorado, Bay Area Women in Film and Media
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Mary Janes: The Women of Weed

Women are leading the world's fastest growing industry: cannabis. The award-winning documentary, "Mary Janes: The Women of Weed", features a powerful interview by Melissa Etheridge and highlights how women are building gender equity into the billion-dollar cannabis industry.

The documentary garnered Best Documentary and Visionary awards on the festival circuit and was featured in Variety, The Associated Press, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Forbes, NBC, and ABC.

The film is currently available worldwide via Apple TV, Google Play, Kanopy, Vudu and Vimeo.

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The Eyes of Thailand

"The Eyes of Thailand", narrated by Ashley Judd, highlights one woman’s quest to help two elephant landmine survivors walk again on prostheses at the World's First Elephant Hospital.

After its World Premiere in April 2012, "The Eyes of Thailand" capped off its international film festival tour with a Special Screening at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. The UN honored it again in 2016 in the first-ever International Elephant FiIm Festival, which is currently touring across Africa and Asia to educate communities about how to co-exist with endangered elephants.

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