In 2009 we reached a fantastic world we didn’t even know existed. We had the true experience that people are longing for new ways of distribution and want to share culture. This gave us the inspiration to broaden and open up our creative process of making a feature film!
And we love doing it!
Three years ago Hanna Sköld took a private bank loan to produce her first feature film Nasty Old People. This film was released with a Creative Commons license on the front page of The Pirate Bay and reached 113 countries, was downloaded by more than 50 000 people, translated, remixed and screened by people from all around the world. www.nastyoldpeople.org
Creative Commons is an alternative to Copyright which allows Hanna as a director to freely share her work with you, and allows YOU to take part in the creation, spreading, sharing, remixing, and building upon her work!
We believe that Creative Commons is important because we believe stories can change the world. That’s why we think stories and art have to be free and available for everyone.
Prizes awarded to Granny
The Doris Award 2010 in Sweden
MEDEA Prize for Best Co-production 2010 in Sweden
ARTEs Power to the Pixel Pitch Prize 2010 in London
MEDIA European Talent Prize for Best Script 2011 at the Cannes Film Festival
Article DN (Swedish newspaper)