Wind Dancer Films is an independent motion picture and television production company which has generated over $4 billion in revenue from film and television properties the company has created and produced.
In film, the company has assembled a slate of commercial projects with some of the industry’s best writers and directors. In television, the company is developing and producing half-hour sitcoms, one-hour drama series and animated series for network and cable.
The company was founded by Matt Williams and David McFadzean, who created and produced such television hits as "Roseanne" and "Home Improvement". Wind Dancer is also responsible for developing and producing such successful films as “What Women Want” starring Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt (which earned $350 million in worldwide box office) and “Where The Heart Is” starring Natalie Portman. Recent releases include “Bernie” (Millennium Entertainment) starring Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine and Matthew McConaughey and "As Cool As I Am" (IFC) starring Claire Danes (Homeland) and James Marsden.
In film, the company's development slate includes “What Men Want” written by Pete Chiarelli (The Proposal) for Paramount Pictures, "Dead of Winter" with director Anthony Mandler and "Over My Dead Body" with director Andy Fickman (The Game Plan, You Again). Television projects include a sitcom with FX starring George Lopez, a one-hour drama series created by Jim Manos (Dexter) for Showtime and Jet Propulsion, an animated pilot for PBS created by Craig Bartlett (Hey Arnold! Dinosaur Train).