Mary Wells is an award winning independent film Director/Writer and Producer based partly in Jamaica. She has worked for Government Broadcasting, US Cable TV, a private production company and has over twenty five years experience in television and film production. Her work has consisted mainly of small documentaries and dramas for young adults and children for mostly the Caribbean region. In 1999, her short documentary, “Now Jimmy!” was awarded “Outstanding Documentary from the Caribbean” in the Sheryl Lee Ralph Film & Music Festival and it was also accepted: in the prestigious, Toronto Int’l Film Festival, 2002. In 2013, she Directed, Wrote and Produced her first feature narrative film, “Kingston Paradise” and is the first woman from Jamaica to do a feature film. She studied Television Production and the Theatre Arts in Washington DC and continues to do Film/TV production work of all kinds.