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JOIN US for an exclusive virtual film screening of 'Nefertiti's Daughters' followed by a post-film pre-recorded talkback with the director/producer Mark Nickolas hosted by EMMY® Award-winning documentary filmmaker Sophia Kruz.

Saturday, May 16, 2020
*The film will be made available to attendees ALL DAY!

*Attendees who purchase access to our virtual screening will be emailed a unique link to access the film for 24 hours.

*All proceeds go towards UN Women program and policy development.
**Ticket sales end on May 15, 2020.**

Nefertiti’s Daughters is a story of women, art and revolution.
Told by prominent Egyptian artists, this documentary witnesses the critical role revolutionary street art played during the Egyptian uprisings.

Focused on the role of women artists in the struggle for social and political change, Nefertiti's Daughters spotlights how the iconic graffiti of Queen Nefertiti places her on the front lines in the ongoing fight for women’s rights and freedoms in Egypt today.



Prior to becoming a filmmaker, Mark Nickolas was a long-time veteran of US Democratic policies, most notably as an aide to then Vice President Al Gore and later managed gubernational and congressional campaigns across the country before emerging as a prominent figure in the political media world.

Nefertiti's Daughters began as a short documentary on female revolutionary street artists in Egypt and has won grand jury top prizes at the Athens International Film and Video Festival and the Coronado Island Film Festival, the Audience Award at the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, and was privately screened at a museum (E-WERK) in Germany.


Sophia Kruz is an EMMY® Award-winning documentary filmmaker. LITTLE STONES (2018), an award-winning feature documentary which Kruz directed and produced, follows four women in India, Brazil, Senegal and Kenya using art to end violence against women. It was screened on Capitol Hill and at the United Nations, accompanied by a robust educational campaign developed by the University of Michigan. In 2015, Kruz co-founded Driftseed, a nonprofit which seeks to empower women and girls in the U.S. and around the world through film. Kruz was the 2015-2016 University of Michigan Visiting Social Activist, and was awarded the 2018 Susan B. Anthony Award for her service and leadership in the promotion of equal rights for women.

Nefertiti's Daughters: Talkback with Mark Nickolas and Sophia Kruz