Home   >   Movie Stars   >   W   >   Gary Winick   >   More Biographies

More Gary Winick Bios & Profiles

 

The most recent Gary Winick biography is published on the main page.
 


Biography #2 (for 13 Going on 30)

Gary Winick teamed up with John Sloss and IFC Productions in 1999 to create Independent Digital Entertainment (InDigEnt) to produce theatrical digital video (DV) films.

Winick's producing credits include Campbell Scott's Final, Ethan Hawke's Chelsea Walls, Richard Linklater's Tape, Bruce Wagner's Women In Film, Rodrigo Garcia's Ten Tiny Love Stories, Rebecca Miller's Personal Velocity, which won the Grand Jury Prize and the Cinematography award at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, Alan Taylor's Kill the Poor, Peter Hedges' Pieces of April, for which Patricia Clarkson received an Oscar nomination as Best Supporting actress, Greg Harrison's November, which won the Cinematography award at the Sundance Film Festival 2004, Mark Christopher's Pizza and Wim Wenders' Land of Plenty.

Winick's film directing credits include Curfew (1988), Out of the Rain (1991), Sweet Nothing (1996) starring Mira Sorvino and Michael Imperioli and The Tic Code (2000) starring Polly Draper and Gregory Hines. Mr. Winick also directed two digital feature films, Sam the Man starring Fisher Stevens and Annabella Sciorra and Tadpole starring Sigourney Weaver, John Ritter, Bebe Neuwirth and Aaron Stanford. He was awarded the Best Director Award at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival for Tadpole.

Bio courtesy Columbia Pictures for "13 Going on 30" (06-Jun-2004)


Buy more detailed movie star biographies in the Movie Star Bookstore.