Scriptwriter: Julie Skaufel
Producer: Nicholas Sando
Production company: Filmbin AS
Type: Live-action feature
Three friends stumble across a portal to another dimension, saves the cute, but fierce, habitants of the parallel world – as well as our own – from an evil which and solves the lifelong mystery; what happens to the other sock that always disappear in the washer.
Julie Skaufel is a writer, director, and showrunner working with TV drama, feature films, and short films, educated in Oslo, Norway, and Los Angeles, USA. She’s been head writer and showrunner on shows like Home for Christmas, season 1 and 2 (Netflix, worldwide 2019/2020), The Christmas star (TV2, 2021), and I do (NRK, 2022). She has also written the feature film Super-Granny, currently in pre-production. She has won two international prizes for Best International Film (Canada Shorts) and Best Artistic Talent (Norwegian Short Film Festival) for her short film Why am I black?
Nicholas Sando is a graduate of Lillehammer University College. He is the producer and managing director at the production company Filmbin based in Lillehammer, Norway. He has worked for Filmbin since their first feature film Rafiki (Bestevenner) in 2008, and he was the producer of Los Bando in 2018. Besides working on Filmbin’s own feature projects, he has also produced the TV series Helium (2018) as well as co-produced films such as My Grandpa is an Alien (2019), Mini Zlatan (2022) and the TV series Fjols til Fjells.