Julie Winokur

Julie Winokur

Writer Julie Winokur considers herself as an accidental filmmaker. Her stories have appeared in the The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times Magazine, Salon, Natural History, Audubon, Travel & Leisure, and many others.

Her passion for social advocacy led her into documentary filmmaking. Her work includes: Firestorm; Denied: The Crisis of America's Uninsured; Fast Lane to the Future, a short film documenting India?s new national expressway and its impact on the population; a one-hour film called Aging in America: The Years Ahead, along with a companion book and traveling exhibition; a short-form multimedia video, Curse of the Black Gold; and the short film The Sandwich Generation, in which Winokur and her husband, photojournalist Ed Kashi, chronicled their personal challenges caring for their two children and Winokur's aging father.

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