Seanne Winslow
Seanne winslow

Seanne Winslow grew up in Germany and spent time in England, Israel, and the Middle East. Her unique ability to tell stories that entertain, delight, and inspire global audiences is evident throughout her work as a writer, director, and producer.

As a producer, Seanne was the creative on-set Executive Producer of "The Lego Movie," starring Will Ferrell, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Liam Neeson, and Morgan Freeman; oversaw Sherlock Holmes, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law for Lin Pictures; and helped Dan Lin and Jon Silk develop "It" by Stephen King.

Building on her track record as a producer, Seanne embarked on her writing and directing career with her award-winning feature directorial debut "The Falconer" with Adam Sjoberg, produced by David Jacobson (The Butler). After that, Seanne directed three episodes of the upcoming "Beyond Belief" reboot with Jonathan Frakes; re-wrote the thriller, "Nowhere" for Netflix; and developed "The Witchverse" for Disney+, which explores and upends common misconceptions about global witch mythology from different cultures.

Seanne is slated to direct "The Extremes," an upcoming adrenaline-packed action movie in Thailand. She is also developing "Arnica," a film inspired by her childhood in a German castle and produced by Tore Schmidt (The Danish Girl) and Benjamin Munz (Blood Red Sky).

Seanne studied writing and directing at USC Film School.