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Erik Poppe


Erik Poppe (born 24 June 1960) is a Norwegian film director, screenwriter and former cinematographer. Poppe is regarded as one of Europe's most experienced and compelling directors recognized for his work with actors and impeccably well crafted multi-pronged narratives. His movies are often built around strong ensemble casts, sharp writing, ... See full bio »

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Kongens nei
Kongens nei Director
(2016)
1,000 Times Good Night
(2013)
DeUsynlige
DeUsynlige Producer
(2008)
Hawaii, Oslo
Hawaii, Oslo Producer
(2004)

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 2016 Birkebeinerne (executive producer)
 2014 Kraftidioten (executive producer)
 2010 En ganske snill mann (executive producer)
 2009 Knerten (executive producer)
 2008 DeUsynlige (executive producer)
 2007 Andre omgang (executive producer)
 2005 Pitbullterje (executive producer)
 2004 Hawaii, Oslo (executive producer)
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You need to be honest, because this way your audience will be able to identify with the topic and the hero. My role, as an artist, is to prepare a text with open questions and hide the fact that I have an answer key. Questions will provoke audience to discuss the film and seek new perspectives. The film is supposed to make a difference, and maybe offer a therapeutic effect. See more »

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