Carlo Olivares Paganoni Bio.



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Carlo is a writer, director, and filmmaker, living in Los Angeles. Originally from Mexico City, Carlo moved to the U.S. to join Cartoon Network Latin America’s award-winning On-Air Department. Following his passion to tell bigger stories, he moved to Burbank, California, in order to produce an animated series  based on the famous Mexican luchador Hijo del Santo, El Enmascarado de Plata, at Cartoon Network Studios. Wanting to immerse himself even more in storytelling, he studied Screenwriting at UCLA and later graduated with an MFA in Film from Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena. His thesis short film "Cardboard Camera" won a Student Emmy®. He currently directs, writes and produces promos and content at Disney Channels Worldwide creative department.