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Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken

Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken (b. 1989) grew up in Hamar, Norway. He is a self-taught filmmaker and trained cinema projectionist. Dahlsbakken has made several short films using different film techniques, and cultivates the analog idiom in the creative process. One of his greatest successes thus far has been the short film The Devil's Ballroom (2012), ... See full bio »

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Known For

Å vende tilbake
(2015)
Tiden imellom
Tiden imellom Writer
(2010)
Late Summer
Late Summer Writer
(2016)
Mannen fra isødet
(2012)

Filmography

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 2018 Cave 2 (announced)
 2016 Cave
 2016/I Late Summer (story) / (writer)
 2016 Takk for turen (Short)
 2015 Å vende tilbake (writer)
 2014 My Light in Darkness (Short) (writer)
 2014 En fremmed (Short) (writer)
 2013 En prest og en plage (Short) (story) / (writer)
 2012 Mannen fra isødet (Short) (writer)
 2010 Tiden imellom (Short) (story)
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Show Show Production designer (6 credits)
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Alternate Names:

Birthe Jansson
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken has spent between 12-18 months editing all his short films, usually with his long-time editor Siv Eberholst.

Trademark:

Usually shoots his films on Kodak film stock (S16mm, 35mm and 65mm) as part of his creative process, and in order to support the kind of visual look he wants to achieve in his films. See more »

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Gemini

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