Nefertite Nguvu is a graduate of New York’s School of Visual Arts, where she obtained a B.F.A in Film. Nefertite has written, produced and directed several narrative shorts: “I Want You,” “The End of Winter,” “Myself When I Am Real,” and most recently “The Last Two Lovers At The End Of The World” available now on Direct TV as part of the AT&T Hello Lab inaugural mentorship program. Amongst other web-based programming, Nefertite also directed a ten-part web series featuring Queen Latifah for CoverGirl and Flavor Unit Entertainment entitled “U.N.I.T.Y. Re-ignighted,” “Love Star” a mini music documentary, as well as an eight-part web series entitled “Black America Again” featuring Academy Award winning musician/actor Common for Universal Music and Freedom Road Productions. As writer/director/producer, Nefertite made her feature film debut with “In The Morning,” which debuted at the Urban World Film Festival 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, Best Narrative Feature at the BlackStar Film Festival, and Best Feature Film and Best Overall at the Bronzelens Film Festival. In 2017 Nefertite joined the faculty of Howard University as the Time Warner Visiting Professor, teaching Advanced Film Directing in their M.F.A program.