Shanice Malakai is a producer, director & creator vested in visual storytelling that empowers those with a voice.   Working hand in hand with creative collaborators and clients alike, Malakai creates for the bold & the brave.  Malakai's short documentary film Black Girls Code has been showcased within on a multitude of national platforms, companies & Film Festivals.   In addition, Malakai has been honored on a local and national scale.  In 2014 she was awarded and honored as an “Extraordinary Woman of Color”, live on Sonoran Living TV ( ABC 15).   In 2015 she was tapped as the “filmmakers voice” to speak on a panel for SXSW Interactive on Instant Gratification, Media and technology.   In addition, the short film Black Girls Code has been  featured in  internationally known media platforms such as  IndieWire (Shadow & Act)  and  Upworthy . In January 2016, Malakai was awarded the Horizon Award. Her work as a director on the short film & music video ‘END TO THE SUFFERING’ premiered at Sundance. The Horizon Award empowers women in film and introduced them to Sundance . Malakai’s goal is to create, to inspire and to develop revolutionary media.