Chicken & Egg


Chicken & Egg Pictures supports women non-fiction filmmakers whose artful and innovative storytelling catalyzes social change.


Save the Date: Chicken & Egg Pictures celebrates 10 years

Chicken & Egg Pictures is celebrating its 10th Anniversary on Thursday, October 22 at the Art Directors Club. Save the date and join us for cocktails, a special interactive installation, and the opportunity to bid on exclusive experiences and items in our silent auction. Tickets on sale soon! Visit our blog or for more info. #chickenegg10

News & Doc Emmy noms for Chicken & Egg Pictures grantees

Congratulations to Private Violence, After Tiller, and Dangerous Acts Starring The Unstable Elements of Belarus for their 2015 News & Documentary Emmy Award nominations! More information on how Chicken & Egg Pictures grantees are faring as awards season kicks off is on our blog.

Emmy noms for Hot Girls Wanted & The Great Invisible

Congratulations to Hot Girls Wanted, directed by Jill Bauer & Ronna Gradus, and The Great Invisible, directed by Margaret Brown. The two films have been nominated for an  Emmy for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking.

The Babushkas of Chernobyl wins directing prize at LAFF

Holly Morris and Anne Bogart, the filmmaking team behind The Babushkas of Chernobyl, received the Special Jury Prize for Directing at this year’s Los Angeles Film Festival where the film had its world premiere.

Hot Girls Wanted available on Netflix

Chicken & Egg Pictures-supported film Hot Girls Wanted, directed by Jill Bauer & Ronna Gradus and executive produced by Rashida Jones, is now available on Netflix. The film had its world premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

Democrats takes top doc prize at Tribeca

Camilla Nielsson’s Democrats won Best Documentary Feature at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. The film follows the efforts of two political rivals in Zimbabwe to create a new constitution for the country.

Chicken & Egg Pictures featured in Variety’s 2015 Power of Women issue

Chicken & Egg Pictures was profiled by Thelma Adams in Variety’s 2015 Power of Women issue, available now.