Jennifer Haufler is an active and supportive member of The Canadian Media Producers Association, The Directors Guild of Canada, Women in Film and Television, and The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. Having been a part of Toronto’s film business for 20+ years, Jennifer is a veteran in the industry and has worked on major studio and independent productions in film and television, including American Gods, Designated
Survivor, The Expanse, The Witch, Small Crimes, Pixels, Pompeii, and Total Recall. She is currently Co-Producer on CBS’s upcoming Star Trek prequel, Strange New Worlds.
Her feature film The Marijuana Conspiracy, set for a theatrical release in 2021, was recognized at the 2020 Academy Awards for gender equality. She is a strong advocate for the advancement of women in her field, and was designated a ReFrame Ambassador – an initiative led by WIF and Sundance Institute to promote a more gender-representative industry on all
Jennifer’s passion is deeply rooted in producing, empowerment, and philanthropy. She is a loyal supporter of the arts community and is a climate leader having gone through the Climate Reality Program instructed by Al Gore, and is a part of his inner “green” circle.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
Rachel Woroner is an independent film Producer based in Toronto. She has her BFA in Photography from Concordia University where she received The Reginald Morris CSC Iatse 667 Scholarship. She has worked as an Assistant Production Manager for the CBS All Access series Strange New Worlds, as well as in both production and art department on several major studio productions including Star Trek Discovery (CBS), Sex/Life (Netflix), Self Made (Netflix), The Hot Zone (FOX21), Impulse (NBC), Kim’s Convenience (CBC) and Beauty and the Beast (CBS). Rachel has produced a number of independent short and long format projects including The Leaving Party directed by novelist Marlowe Tatiana Granados, and Puppet by the Levett Brothers. She is thrilled to be a part of the Lacuna team seeking bold and innovative content.
Creative Producing Partner with Lacuna Productions. Jack is an active union member with the Directors Guild of Canada. He was born and raised in Northern Ontario. As a trans man, he creates content through the lens of underrepresented and untold stories. These stories intersect between gender and visible representation through economic class, culture, race, and gender structures is at the forefront of the content he creates.
Krystie Anne Haufler
Krystie-Anne Haufler is a proud member of WIFT, The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, Actra and IASTE. She works in the entertainment industry in a variety of roles including Producer, Standin, Props and Set Dec. She has teamed up with the Lacuna Productions team as an Associate Producer with a focus on creating new and inspiring Canadian Content.