Educational Storytelling is developed by the film production company Sant & Usant in co-operation with the South-west University in Norway, The Children house in Oslo and Unicef Norway.
We tell stories that matters - aiming to use our films to create impact!Sant & Usant
Read about the people behind Educational Storytelling
Tone Grøttjord-Glenne is the funder of Sant & Usant and have been working with documentary films for more then 15 years. For the last two years she has been working to develop Educational Storytelling.
Runi Børresen works at the University of South-Eastern Norway and has years of experience researching and teaching students on the topic of child sexual abuse.
Astrid Johanne Pettersen leads the The Childrens House Oslo comes under the umbrella of Oslo Police District. They have been contributing with advice and content to Educational Storytelling. The work of the Childrens Houses encompasses six core activities: Judicial (forensic) interviews, Medical examinations, Treatment/Follow-up/Prevention, Advice/Guidance, Professional development, Information/Education
Kari Hernæs Nordberg works at the University of South-Eastern Norway with teaching department. She has tailored the course to fit with the teaching goal for norwegian teaching students.
Kristin Oudmayer UNICEF Norway world in UNICEF Norway and have contributed with conducting all the expert interviews in Educational Storytelling.
Kyrre Lien is a visual journalist based in Oslo, Norway. He work with stills, video and text, in addition to interactive storytelling. He has been responsible for filming and editing the video interviews as well as the still pictures and avise on the visual style.