Founder and CEO, Pixelatl
Passionate about art, technology, and human nature. Co-Founder of Pixelatl, an community driven platform interested in developing the audiovisual industry in Latin America to turn it into a lever for development, dignity, and reconciliation using technology, narrative, and an international network to train, motivate, and empower the creators and artists of the region.
Director – GLAS Animation
Director/Producer B&B Pictures
Jeanette Jeanenne is a Panamanian-American filmmaker based in Los Angeles. She is the Co-Founder and Director of GLAS, a non-profit organization dedicated to championing, cultivating, and promoting independent animation in the United States which hosts the annual GLAS Animation Festival. She received her MFA at CalArts with a supplementary degree in Integrated Media. She is currently a director and producer at B&B Pictures, is a part of the international animation collective Late Night Work Club, on the board of directors of ASIFA-Hollywood, and a programmer at Slamdance Film Festival. In the past she has worked with LA Film Festival, Glamour Magazine, and Short of the Week. She was one of the directors of the animated horror series ‘Woman in the Book’ produced by Crypt TV in collaboration with Starburns Industries. She is currently directing and producing several short form projects for CAKE on FX Networks. In 2020, she received the June Foray Award at the 46th Annie Awards.
Manager, Animation Artist Management, Netflix
Bernie Lautrette is a people and culture focused professional with 25 years’ experience in the animation industry. Currently Artist Manager at Netflix, her extensive career began in production technology at Disney during the making of Lion King and Pocahontas. Her trajectory then brought her to several studios including Warner Bros, Cinesite and DreamWorks Animation supporting films such as How to Train Your Dragon and Kung Fu Panda through production and artist management, talent acquisition and development, diversity and inclusion.
Her early career experiences of often being the “only” in the room fueled her passion to organically weave diversity, equity and inclusion into her leadership style. She held the first diversity and inclusion position at DreamWorks Animation and was a co-founder of the DreamWorks Animation chapter of the national Comcast/NBCU TECHWomen.
Director, Inclusion Strategy, Netflix
Zulema joined the Inclusion Strategy team at Netflix in 2021 where she supports the Netflix Animation Studios. Previous to Netflix, Zulema worked at The Walt Disney Company for nearly a decade, majority of which was spent supporting the Walt Disney Animation Studios. Zulema joined Walt Disney Animation Studios in 2011 initially as part of the recruitment team and then transitioned into the Talent Development and Outreach department where she focused on expanding talent pipeline streams to include historically marginalized communities. In 2016, she joined the Human Resources team at WDAS focusing on Diversity & Inclusion, Talent Planning, Leadership Development and Mentorship.
Zulema is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach where she double majored in International Business and Marketing. In her free time, Zulema enjoys traveling, dancing, cooking and spending time with loved ones.
VP, Animation Recruitment – Kids & Family, Nickelodeon Animation
Before joining Nickelodeon as its new VP of recruiting and talent development in late January 2021, Camille Eden had spent nearly a decade at Walt Disney Animation Studios as a talent acquisition and outreach manager. There, she built a reputation for promoting diverse and inclusive hiring practices while helping staff projects like Frozen and Frozen 2, Wreck-it Ralph, Moana and Big Hero 6. Camille has done stints at Sony Pictures Imageworks (recruitment), DreamWorks (production manager) and her new home Nickelodeon (production supervisor). Her experience caught the eye of Nick, which is up plenty of projects in the wake of the Viacom and CBS’ merger and its multi-year output deal with Netflix.
Producer, The Mitchells vs. The Machines, Sony Pictures Animation
Phil Lord is the Academy Award-winning filmmaker behind some of today’s most successful films. Lord and his creative partner Chris Miller were behind the animated feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The film, which Lord co-wrote and the pair produced, won the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for “Best Animated Feature”, along with a BAFTA Award, seven Annie Awards and 20+ awards by various critics’ groups. The pair also produced the animated feature The Mitchells vs. The Machines which premiered on Netflix this spring to rave reviews and was Netflix’s biggest animated film to date.
Lord’s other credits include writing and directing The Lego Movie, which earned BAFTA, PGA, NBR, Critics Choice, and Annie Awards as well as a Golden Globe nomination and 21 and 22 Jump Street. Lord and Miller’s films have collectively earned over $3.3 billion at the worldwide box office.
Director, Sony Pictures Animation
Guillermo Martinez is the head of story on Sony Pictures Animation’s original feature comedy The Mitchells vs. The Machines. Martinez currently has a project in development which he will be directing for Sony Pictures Animation. Prior to joining Sony Pictures Animation, Martinez served as a story artist at Laika Studios on Kubo and the Two Strings and Missing Link. Martinez’s additional credits include storyboard artist and writer on the Cartoon Network series We Bare Bears. Martinez was born and raised in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, and earned his bachelors in design at the Escuela de Artes Plasticas in San Juan, Puerto Rico before attending Academy of Art University for his masters.