|Alma mater||Trinity College Dublin|
Carmel Winters (born c 1971), is an Irish filmmaker and playwright.
Carmel Winters is from Cork where she was born c 1971 into a large family. Winters had ten old brothers and sisters. She studied Drama and English at Trinity College Dublin. Winters has both written plays, screenplays and directed them. Winters has had films at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, the Toronto International Film Festival and the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic. Several of her works have won awards. She has been commissioned to write for the Abbey Theatre and was appointed Film Artist in Residence at University College Cork in 2014–15. Winters lives in Ballydehob with her wife, Toma McCullim.
- Snap Variety Critics Choice Award, ‘Best Irish Feature’ and ‘Best Director’ at the Dublin Critics’ Circle Awards, 2010
- B for Baby Irish Times Theatre Award for Best New Play, 2011
- Float Like A Butterfly Fipresci Prize for the Discovery Programme at the Toronto International Film Festival, 2018
- B For Baby
- Float Like a Butterfly, 2019
- Best Man
- The Remains of Maisie Duggan
- Time's Up
References and sources
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- "Boxing clever: Carmel Winters on Float Like A Butterfly". RTE.ie. 2019-05-09. Retrieved 2020-03-09.
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- The Sunday Times (2020-01-12). "Carmel Winters: the people in west Cork have a curiosity about anyone who is different - Irish Property Price Guide". The Sunday Times. Retrieved 2020-03-09.
- "Standing on ceremony". The Irish Times. 2013-03-21. Retrieved 2020-03-09.