Nika Offenbac is an award winning producer and director whose body of work spans feature films, commercials, and digital content. Her feature “Small Small Thing” about child rape in Liberia debuted in 2013 to critical acclaim receiving 12 awards including 8 for Best Feature Documentary, a broadcast premiere on Al Jazeera, global digital distribution and a nomination for the One Media Award in the UK. Her experimental shorts have screened at festivals and museums world wide including the Kunsthaus Graz in Austria, the Museum of Popular art in Rome and are included in the permanent collection of the SF Moma. Commercial credits include work for Sci-Fi Channel, USA Networks, Discovery, Maxim, Macy’s, Guess, Canon, Toshiba, Major League Soccer, Microsoft Kinect and more. A long time lover of electronic music, she has been creating tour visuals since VJing required boxes of VHS decks and has toured the US, Europe and Japan as a visual artist and performer. Most recently she co-directed the visuals for Skrillex’s 2012 Mothership tour with Scott Pagano. She is currently co-executive producing and directing a six part television documentary series about dance music around the world.