THE DVA MISSION
DVA Productions stands for Digital Video Aesthetics and that is precisely our goal.
We are a socially conscious, transmedia entertainment company founded by Windy Borman in 2006 to produce feature film and digital content that inspires global change.
Award Winning Production
DVA Founder Windy Borman
Executive Producer | Director | Social Media Manager
Windy Borman, MST is a multi-award-winning director and producer, as well the founder of DVA Productions She is currently the Executive Producer and Director of “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed”.
Recent successes include directing and producing the 10-time award-winning documentary, “The Eyes of Thailand”, narrated by Ashley Judd and twice honored by the United Nations; and producing “The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia”, which premiered at Sundance and on HBO. Other credits include producing and directing “The Vagina Monologues,” producing performances for Margaret Cho and Dr. Maya Angelou, and writing for Takepart.com and IndieWire: Women and Hollywood.
Windy is an active member in Women in Film and Television with over 15 years experience producing and directing everything from feature films and shorts, PSAs, infomercials, event videos, and radio and print ads, to global socio-political actions, live events, film premieres and crowd-funding campaigns.
From 2003-2005 Ms. Borman dedicated two years to Teach For America, where she taught middle school drama and dance in the South Bronx. She founded DVA Productions in 2006 to produce films and digital media that give a voice to the voiceless and promote peace, justice and equality.
Do you have a film you want to make?
Windy is available for hourly and project-based consulting. With 15 years in the film industry and successful Kickstarter and IndieGoGo campaigns under her belt, she can help you get to the heart of the story and structure your production so you can get your film produced. You can discuss story, Production, Post-production, business models, fundraising (grants, investors, crowd-funding), social media, film festival strategy, marketing and distribution. Documentaries, narratives or “branded content”. Shorts, features, “webisodes”. Hourly and project rates available.