headshot of mira burt wintonickMira Burt-Wintonick is an award-winning audio producer and filmmaker. Recent projects include writing and producing Sorry About The Kid, a four-part documentary podcast about grief and memory. She was also recently story editor for seasons 3 and 4 of Bodies, and story editor/sound designer for Welcome To Paradise, a six-part series about intimate partner violence.

From 2016-2019, Mira was senior editor/co-creator of CBC’s Love Me, a show about the messiness of human connection. Prior to that, she spent a decade making CBC’s WireTap with Jonathan Goldstein, which won a 2015 Prix Italia. Also in 2015, a video she produced, How To Age Gracefully, went viral.

She recently directed Wintopia, a feature documentary film about her late father, filmmaker Peter Wintonick, and his search for Utopia. The film premiered at IDFA in November 2019 and won the Colin Low Award for Canadian Feature at DOXA in 2020 and the Prix Pierre et Yolande Perrault at RVQC in 2021.

Her audio work has aired on This American Life, The Truth, Snap Judgment, The Heart, and BBC’s Short Cuts, among others. Her short doc, Muriel’s Message, won her the Best New Artist Award at the 2006 Third Coast International Audio Festival. She lives in Montreal.