This is your chance to pick the brain of one of Hollywood's most innovative producers when you enjoy a power meeting with Winnie Kemp, Senior Vice President of Television Development at Super Deluxe.
Super Deluxe is a disruptive entertainment brand dedicated to cultivating diverse auteurs and amplifying unconventional creative voices. The company, which is a division of Turner and operates independently in Downtown Los Angeles, has been described by The Los Angeles Times as shaping the future of television.
Winnie, herself, was among Adweek’s 2017 list of female disrupters in media. Winnie is a champion of unexpected and under-told stories that have emotional resonance. You can see her touch in such projects as This Close, a groundbreaking dramedy series written by and starring deaf creators that’s been described by The New York Times as “funny and poignant in ways we haven’t seen before.” The show, which got a straight-to-series order after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in 2017, is on AMC’s Sundance Now and has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Another of her projects, Chambers, is a one-hour supernatural drama coming to Netflix in 2019 that looks at the haves and have-nots in America through the lens of a young heart attack survivor who becomes consumed by the mystery surrounding the heart that saved her life. Winnie has also been at the helm of BKPI, a series about three women who fight crime in their immigrant Brooklyn neighborhood where residents don’t always feel comfortable going to the cops. It premiered at Series Mania in Paris before screening at the Los Angeles Film Festival and Outfest, and is now being developed for television. IndieWire compared the experience of watching these “three badass, working-class women of color” fight crime “akin to that of watching Wonder Woman.”
In 2018, Winnie is participating in the inaugural "50 Women Can Change the World in Media & Entertainment Cohort," a four-month program dedicated to closing the gender gap in Hollywood. She is among leaders at Netflix, Disney, Amazon, NBC, and more.
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