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André Øvredal

André Øvredal is a director and writer, known for Trollhunter (2010), The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) and Tunnelen (2016). See full bio »

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Known For

Trollhunter Director
The Autopsy of Jane Doe
Tunnelen Director
Future Murder
Future Murder Director


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 2016 Tunnelen (Short)
 2010 Trollhunter
 2009 Customer Support (Short)
 2000 Future Murder
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 2016 Tunnelen (Short)
 2014 Enormous (TV Series) (original screen play - 2014)
 2010 Trollhunter (written by)
 2009 Customer Support (Short)
 2000 Future Murder
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  Mortal (executive producer) (announced)
 2015/I Polaroid (Short) (executive producer)
 2001 3AM Eternal (Short) (producer)
 2000 Future Murder (producer)
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 2000 Future Murder
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 2000 Ikíngut (instruction: Norwegian version)
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 2015/VI The Return (Short) (thanks - as Andre Ovredal)
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 2016 Cinema 3 (TV Series)
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- Episode dated 15 October 2016 (2016) ... Himself - Interviewee

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Andre Ovredal

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[describing his approach to handling actors while filming "Trollhunter"] I allowed the actors the freedom to say whatever they wanted - as long as they didn't say what was in the script.

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