Brown Gold (formerly $H*T!)Director:
Brown Gold is an auteur, character-driven film following radical solutions that turn human waste into green energy, and the pioneers who drive them.
Filmed in Kenya's Kibera slum, the film opens up possibilities for a whole new green and clean world and a better future for the world's 2.6 billion people who lack access to sanitation.
From the bottom of the poverty ladder to the heights of power, Brown Gold shows a transformation in thinking, where human waste is not a problem - it's a resource.
About the director
Annika grew up on a pig farm in southern Sweden where she literally fell into the manure pit - an incident that ultimately drove her to look for another occupation. Annika is a director, producer and camera woman.
Killing Time, her feature length documentary debut won Le Grand Prix at the Montreal Human Rights Film Festival 2008. Parallel Lines won her a Best Cinematography award at Les Visions du Réel, Nyon.
She has directed for SVT and is an experienced film teacher who's executive produced 120+ short films. Annika has sat on numerous grant and award juries and is an executive member of the board of DOC Québec. She holds an international MBA specialized in film production and a BFA in Film Production.
Name: Annika Gustafson
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