Full Service Production Company | Let Us Tell Your Story
Hollywood Africans delivers expressive visual storytelling for:
Documentary | Narrative | Commercial | Brand Stories
Hollywood Africans is a full service production company specializing in narrative films, documentary shorts, portraits, and brand content development.
Our aim is to help clients tell their stories through compelling, memorable media. We are a team of experienced, award winning, creative professionals; dedicated to telling unique, engaging stories through dynamic content.
Our Creative services include Brand Story Development, Script Writing and Directing. Our Production/Post Production services offer Execution of the Creative including Casting, Location Scouting, Shooting, Scoring, Sound Mixing, Offline Editing and Coloring.
We thrive on collaboration and work closely with our clients through all phases of the process. Hollywood Africans creative team is laser-focused on developing evocative visual content that delivers tangible and quantifiable results for clients.
Nefertite Nguvu, Filmmaker & Founder
Nefertite is a New York based independent filmmaker who recently made her foray into episodic television directing. Her credits include Hulu’s EMMY® NOMINATED dramatic series Wu-Tang: An American Saga, the Starz original drama series Power Book II: Ghost, Showtime’s original comedy series Flatbush Misdemeanors, and 20th Television’s Peabody Award winning reboot of The Wonder Years, amongst others. She has also written, produced and directed several narrative shorts: I Want You, The End of Winter, Myself When I Am Real, and The Last Two Lovers At The End Of The World.
Nefertite’s critically acclaimed feature film In The Morning debuted at the Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City and won the Audience Award for Best Feature Film. After a string of successful film festival screenings across the country and in Paris, Rome and Johannesburg, the film also won the award for Best International Film at the Terra Di Siena Film Festival in Italy, Best Narrative Feature at the BlackStar Film Festival in Philadelphia, and Best Feature Film and Best Overall at the Bronzelens Film Festival in Atlanta.