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Jamin Winans
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Jamin Winans (born December 4, 1977) is an American filmmaker, writer, editor and music composer. He is known for his feature films 11:59 (2005) and Ink (2009).
Winans was born and raised in Colorado. He attended elementary school at Bergen Park Elementary and high school at Evergreen High School, both in Evergreen, Colorado. After setting up to pursue his dream of becoming a filmmaker, he dropped out of college in LA and pursued the filmmaking business in Colorado. He is currently married to Kiowa Winans, and resides in Colorado. Apart from films, Winans also works on commercials and TV Spots. Along with his wife, Winans created Double Edge Films in 1998.
Winans started making movies with pieces of string and cardboard at age 10. He made his first short film, Blanston in 2003. The film depicts four people trying to pull an insurance scam on the company they work for. His next short, called The Maze, also released in 2003, is about a physicist trying to understand the science of the universe. In 2005, Winans released Spin, the story of a DJ trying to fix a chain of events in a downtown. This short film has won over forty festival awards at over eighty festivals worldwide. His first feature, 11:59, was released also in 2005. It portrays the story of a photojournalist trying to remember what happened in the last twenty-four hours of his life. It premiered at the 2005 Montreal World Film Festival and won several Best Feature, Audience and Editing awards at various festivals around the world.
In 2009, he released Ink. The film portrays the struggle of a father trying to save his daughter from a coma floating between dreams and nightmares. His most recent work, Uncle Jack, was released in 2010. It relates the story of a desperate fugitive trying to narrate a bedtime story. It had over 100,000 clicks on Youtube, has played in various film festivals around the world, and took prize for Best Comedy Short at the 2011 Taos Shortz Film Festival.
In November 2012, Winans announced his next film would be entitled "The Frame" from a script he wrote

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