About Jennie Yamaki, Kwame Parker and Stephen Wolf
YENNIE YAMAKI: Jennie Yamaki is a production executive with experience in companies and projects ranging from new media to film, and is currently the manager of physical production for Netflix’s independent and original films. Previously, she was a co-producer at Mattel’s Playground Productions and responsible for the physical production and postproduction of digital and exclusive YouTube content for some of Mattel’s major brands. As Director of Physical Production at POPSUGAR, she oversaw the production in a series of projects that include POPSUGAR NOW (daily television show), brand content, several POPSUGAR online weekly series and live broadcast events (including the bridge of the press of the Oscar 2015 and the red carpet).
KWAME PARKER: Over the course of two decades, Kwame Parker has successfully developed a career working with the top talent in the film industry on numerous critically acclaimed projects, his acumen as an executive producer was recognized when GREEN BOOK won the Best Film in the most A recent edition of the Academy Awards, the film has won 50 awards from 89 nominations, including a Golden Globe for Best Film – Musical or Comedy, and the Producers Guild of America Award for Best Film. Kwame Parker joined Netflix in April 2018 as Executive in charge of physical production for the Original Films division. He currently oversees JINGLE JANGLE with Forest Whitaker, WE CAN BE HEROES by Robert Rodriquez, and WONDERLAND with Mark Wahlberg, directed by Peter Berg, along with several other projects in various stages of production. Before Netflix, Kwame Parker worked in many countries of the world like in China for KILL BILL 1 and 2 of Quentin Tarantino, THE KITE RUNNER by Marc Forster and THE GREAT WALL with Matt Damon. He has taken important films to Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, France, Spain, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Thailand, Kenya, Botswana, South Africa, Bahamas, Bimini, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica and the United States.
STEPHEN WOLF: Stephen Wolf is the Vice President of Annapurna Pictures and the head of the Production Finance department. He is responsible for all the financial, accounting and budgeting aspects of both Films, Television, Theater and Video Games divisions. Prior to joining Annapurna, Stephen spent 7 years at HBO, before that he worked an independent Film Finance & Production Movie Studio. He got his start in the entertainment industry at The Endeavor Talent Agency in 2007. Stephen is treasurer of Outfest Los Angeles, a non-profit LGBT film festival and film preservation organization. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and received his Bachelor of Science degree from DePaul University in Chicago.