Chicken & Egg
Chicken & Egg Pictures supports women non-fiction filmmakers whose artful and innovative storytelling catalyzes social change.
Chicken & Egg Pictures announced today the launch of our new Diversity Fellows Initiative, a new program, sponsored by The Harnisch Foundation, that supports seven non-fiction projects helmed by first or second-time women filmmakers. More information on the Fellows and the program is on our blog.
Chicken & Egg Pictures is pleased to be returning as a creative partner of the 2015 edition of the DOC NYC film festival and we are even more pleased that eight Chicken & Egg Pictures-supported films will be screening in this year’s lineup. For information on screenings and panels, visit our blog.
On October 21, Chicken & Egg Pictures announced the 10 projects that will be participating in our inaugural Accelerator Lab for first and second-time filmmakers. More information on the program and the grantees is available on our blog.
We are pleased to announce that Chicken & Egg Pictures is being honored by the Margaret Mead Film Festival. The awards presentation will take place on Sunday October 25th, at their Filmmaker Award Ceremony at 7pm in New York.
Congratulations to After Tiller (Martha Shane & Lana Wilson) and Dangerous Acts Starring The Unstable Elements of Belarus (Madeleine Sackler) for their 2015 News & Documentary Emmy Award wins. After Tiller was honored with Best Documentary; Dangerous Acts received recognition in the category of Outstanding Arts & Culture Programming.