Tattarrattat is an independent film and televsion production company based in Reykjavik and London.
We specialise in hybrid and cultural documentaries.
Anna Hildur Hildibrandsdottir is a film and TV producer and Director of film production company, Tattarrattat.
She began her career as a broadcaster and producer before moving into the music industry. In 2018, she received The Tampere Music Award for her extraordinary contribution to the development of the Nordic music industry.
In 2017 she decided to get back into production and co-founded Tattarrattat with artists and filmmarkers, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard.
Working in the music industry, Anna Hildur established innovative projects such as the Ja Ja Ja club night and festival and Nordic playlist, producing over 130 pieces of digital content and live broadcast with Nordic artists. She was also the first chairperson of the European Music Export Exchange.
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard are artists and filmmakers. Their first feature film, 20,000 Days on Earth, premiered at Sundance winning directing and editing awards. The film, featuring Nick Cave, was also nominated for a BAFTA, an Independent Spirit Award and for three British Independent Film Awards, winning the Douglas Hickox Award for Best Debut Director. Iain and Jane met and began working collaboratively at Goldsmiths Art College in the mid-nineties. Their work as artists is collected by museums worldwide, including the Tate Gallery and has been commissioned by institutions including the British Film Institute, BBC, Institute of Contemporary Arts and the City of Toronto.