Indie studio will seek production partners for projects based on streamer’s original audio and e-books; popular titles include kids’ book series ‘The Glitch in the Code,’ as well as adult action thrillers ‘Black Dophin,’ and ‘RAM.’
Sweden-based indie studio, The Nuttery, has teamed up with the Swedish audiobook and e-book streaming service Storytel, to seek international animation development and production partners for its slate of popular original audio books for both kids and adults.
Among the titles included in the agreement are “Black Dolphin,” an action-packed thriller following an innocent man inside Russia’s most infamous prison; “RAM,” a suspenseful thriller set in a near future where the next frontier of personal data is being mined—our memories; and the popular kids’ book series “The Glitch in the Code” in which a young girl with a penchant for programming discovers a world beyond the code in dire need of a heroine.
“Storytel has been doing an amazing job in their originals department and we are honored and excited to try and bring these amazing literary worlds into the world of animation,” commented The Nuttery CEO Magnus Jansson. “It’s an incredible opportunity to put our resources behind well-written, compelling stories that have already reached and fascinated an audience.”
“We are excited and extremely proud to hopefully see our stories take new forms,” added Sara Hasselström, Global Rights Agent at Storytel Publishing. “And are both happy and confident that it is The Nuttery that will help us realize this.”
Source: The Nuttery