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Joachim Trier is a Norwegian writer and director. He is known for Reprise (2006), Oslo, August 31st (2011), Louder Than Bombs (2015) and Thelma (2017). Trier also directed three short films, Pietà (2000), Still (2001) and Procter (2002). His father, Jacob Trier, was the sound technician of The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix, a notable film produced in ... See full bio »

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Thelma Director
(2017)
(2011)
Reprise Director
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 2018 The Other Munch (Documentary)
 2017/II Thelma
 2006 Reprise
 2002 Procter (Short)
 2001 Still (Short)
 2000 Pietà (Short)
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[on trying to visualize thought patterns in his films] The train of thought. How people think. The structuring of thought, which I think is the temporal experience of images on the screen. We always talk about stories, because it's a literary term and it's very easy to say, but the fact is we're watching images in time and they either correlate or don't with our sensomotoric thought patterns. And... See more »

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His father Jacob Trier was a jazz musician who also worked as a sound technician on hit films such as The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix (1975), while his grandfather, Erik Løchen, was a filmmaker whose debut picture The Chasers (1959) was selected for the Official Competition in Cannes 1960. See more »

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