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.
Founder Windy Borman
Windy Borman, MST is a multi-award-winning director and producer, as well as the Founder and CEO of DVA Productions. She is currently the Executive Producer and Director of “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed”, which features a powerful interview from Grammy®-award-winner Melissa Etheridge. “Mary Janes” has garnered “Best Documentary” and “Visionary” awards on the festival circuit and has been featured in Variety, The Associated Press, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Forbes, NBC, and ABC.
Borman’s other successes include the 10-time award-winning documentary, “The Eyes of Thailand,” narrated by Ashley Judd; and “The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia,” which premiered at Sundance and on HBO.
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 use her gift of storytelling to create cinematic and immersive experiences that promote peace, justice, and equality.