Göran Hugo Olsson is a film director and producer. Born 1965 in Lund, Sweden. Göran Hugo Olsson was educated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm and is one of Sweden’s leading filmmakers internationally. His first cinema release Fuck You, Fuck You Very Much (1998) is a Swedish classic. He was editor and co-founder of the short documentary television program Ikon (SVT). The feature documentary The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2011) became a huge hit in festivals, theatres and TV broadcasts worldwide, garnering numerous awards. It was followed by Concerning Violence (2014), narrated by Ms Lauryn Hill, which premiered at Sundance and the Berlinale to critical acclaim, and went on to be sold in 27 countries. He codirected Fonko (2016) and then That Summer (2017) which both were screened at festivals and television worldwide. He is one of the funders of the production company Story.
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