Little Minx

    Since 1998, Little Minx has championed the careers of outstanding filmmakers who innovate with both creativity and intelligence. As a certified woman-owned production company, we have embraced diversity in our roster, crews, and staff for 26 years. This philosophy of inclusion is more than our mantra—it’s our mission. It’s the reason the company was founded, and it remains the most essential part of everything we do.

    Little Minx has been named a Standout Company on Ad Age’s A List in 2022 and 2024, Founder Rhea Scott was named as a Leading Women in Ad Age in 2023, and Executive Producer Helen Hollien was celebrated in Campaign's 40 Over 40 awards.

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    BiographyMalin Ingrid Johansson

    Born and raised on a farm in the Swedish countryside, Malin might be one of few directors who knows how to operate a tractor as well as a camera. The woods were her playground when she was growing up, and those solitary walks through nature’s wild spaces helped shape her imagination and cultivate her artistic sensibility.

    Shortly after secondary school, though, Malin traded the quiet of the country for the energy and culture of city life. After attending theater school, Malin launched a career as a still photographer. Inspired by the creative atmosphere of her collaborative then-studio, she began her directing career shooting music videos. This soon led to commercials, brand films, art films, short films…whatever opportunity presented itself!

    Malin has been shortlisted for the Young Director Award in Cannes in the category "Changing the world frame by frame.” Her first short film “Brynjar” was shot in 2018 in Iceland using a handheld 16mm camera, a small crew, and a documentary approach that had her capturing firsthand accounts of dead whales exploding (that’s the sailor’s life for you). One of her most personal projects to date is her short film “Madden,” a coming of age story inspired by her teenage years on the farm. After having its international premiere at the Berlinale 2023, it was awarded Best Swedish Short at the Gothenburg International Film Festival (GIFF) 2023. Malin is currently in development for a feature film based on "Madden", as well working on a new short film.

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