Bonnie Hlinomaz is a twenty-year film industry veteran, having worked with “A list” talent in a variety of capacities in mixed media from large Hollywood films, to independents, HBO, and prestigious documentaries. She was a producer of AEFF’s White Gold narrated by Hillary Clinton, which premiered at MoMA and has been screened at environmental film festivals across the United States. The Chinese version, narrated by Jackie Chan, has been viewed by millions of people in China. She also executive produced another documentary directed by Arne Glimcher, Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies, which premiered at The Toronto Film Festival and screened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2015 and 2009. Other notable directors Hlinomaz has worked with include Martin Scorsese, Terry George, Penny Marshall, Sidney Lumet, Robert De Niro, Jonathan Demme, and Antoine Fuqua. She spends her spare time lending her talents to wildlife conservation and women’s causes contributing not only to AEFF, but also to Tusk Trust, WildLeaks, and The New Abolitionists.