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Trollhunter (2010) More at IMDbPro »Trolljegeren (original title)

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Trollhunter -- A group of Norwegian film students  set out to capture real-life trolls on camera after learning their existence has been covered up for years by a government conspiracy.
Trollhunter -- The government says there’s nothing to worry about – it’s just a problem with bears making trouble in the mountains and forests of Norway. But local hunters don’t believe it – and neither do a trio of college students who want to find out the truth.

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Director:
Writer:
André Øvredal (written by)
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Release Date:
29 October 2010 (Norway) See more »
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Tagline:
You'll believe it when you see it!
Plot:
A group of students investigates a series of mysterious bear killings, but learns that there are much more dangerous things going on. They start to follow a mysterious hunter, learning that he is actually a troll hunter. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
9 wins & 11 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Need to get me some troll stink. See more (182 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Directed by
André Øvredal 
 
Writing credits
André Øvredal (written by)

Produced by
Marcus B. Brodersen .... executive producer (as Marcus Brodersen)
Sveinung Golimo .... producer
John M. Jacobsen .... producer
Trond G. Lockertsen .... line producer (as Trond Gaute Lockertsen)
Lars L. Marøy .... co-producer (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Hallvard Bræin 
 
Film Editing by
Per-Erik Eriksen  (as Per Erik Eriksen)
 
Casting by
Jannecke Bervel  (as Jannecke Bervell)
 
Production Design by
Martin Gant 
 
Art Direction by
Signe Gerda Landfald 
 
Set Decoration by
Claude Wittwen  (as Claud Wittwen)
 
Costume Design by
Stina Lunde 
 
Makeup Department
Sarah Helen Adolfsen .... makeup (as Sarah Adolfsen)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Jørgensen .... first assistant director
Jonas Viken Oby .... second assistant director (as Jonas Viken Øby)
 
Art Department
Kedy Hassani .... assistant props
Fredrik Jankowsky .... property master
Fredrik Jankowsky .... set dresser
Håvard S. Johansen .... prop designer
Fredrik Kløvstad .... assistant props
Signe Gerda Landfald .... property master
Rolf Arild Mikkelsen .... taxidermist
Gunhild Mathea Olaussen .... assistant set decorator
Daniel Røsset .... assistant props
David Skauen .... graphic designer
Trond Tønder .... prop maker
Damian Williams .... construction manager
Claude Wittwen .... decorator (as Claud Wittwen)
 
Sound Department
Daniel Angyal .... sound effects editor
Rune Baggerud .... boom operator
Petter Fladeby .... sound mixer
Stig Holte .... dialogue editor
Stig Holte .... sound effects editor
Baard H. Ingebretsen .... sound designer (as Baard Haugan Ingebretsen)
Andreas Revheim .... sound supervisor
Tormod Ringnes .... sound effects editor
Christoffer Soreide .... assistant sound
Gisle Tveito .... sound effects editor
Erik S. Watland .... foley artist (as Erik Watland)
 
Special Effects by
Martin Gant .... special effects
Steinar Kaarstein .... effects maker (as Steinar Karlsen)
Shino Kotani .... special effects props
Dennis Røller .... special effects assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Juan Antonio Alamo .... modeler
Martin Andersson .... asset lead: Storm Studios
Fredrik Arntzen .... on-set support: Storm Studios
Anne Kristin Berge .... retopology: Storm Studios
Nina Bergström .... animation supervisor
Nina Bergström .... animation: Filmkameratene Animasjon
Nina Bergström .... previz: Filmkameratene Animasjon
Christer Bjørklund .... modeling: Gimpville
Atle Solberg Blakseth .... animation and modeling: Superrune (as Atle Blakseth)
Atle Solberg Blakseth .... animation: Filmkameratene Animasjon (as Atle Blakseth)
Kirsten Bodenstedt .... studio manager: Storm Studios
Marius Bodvin .... render wrangler: Storm Studios
Marcus B. Brodersen .... visual effects: Filmkameratene Animasjon
Ragnar Brynjúlfsson .... studio systems support: Storm Studios
John Ivar Bye .... mocap actor: Filmkameratene Animasjon
Colin Doncaster .... visual effects supervisor: Storm Studios
Ole Geir Eidsheim .... cg: Gimpville
Steven Elvesæter .... shot technical director: Storm Studios
Camilla Fossen .... visual effects producer: Storm Studios
Cory Grier .... graphic designer
Lars Erik Hansen .... software engineer: Gimpville
Lars Erik Hansen .... tracking: Gimpville
Lars Erik Hansen .... visual effects on-set supervisor: Gimpville
Lars Erik Hansen .... visual effects producer: Gimpville
Daniel Flehner Heen .... production engineering: Storm Studios
Ryan Hutchings .... compositor: Storm Studios
Morten Jacobsen .... compositor: Storm Studios
Tom Joelsen .... production manager: Storm Studios
Håvard S. Johansen .... creature designer and concepts
Jimmy Johansson .... animation technical director: Storm Studios
Nils Axle Kanten .... storyboard: Filmkameratene Animasjon
Henrik Karlsson .... grooming technical director: Storm Studios
Samuel Karlsson .... compositing supervisor: Storm Studios
Hans Jørgen Kjærnet .... production engineering: Storm Studios
Christian Korhonen .... cg: Gimpville
Christian Korhonen .... lighting/rendering: Gimpville
Kjetil Kulander .... rigging/motion capture: Gimpville (as Kjetil Haaland Kulander)
Oystein Larsen .... visual effects supervisor (as Øystein Larsen)
Oystein Larsen .... visual effects (as Øystein Larsen)
Nikolai Lockertsen .... animator: Storm Studios
Nikolai Lockertsen .... matte painter: Storm Studios
Andreas Lønø .... cg: Gimpville
Andreas Lønø .... post-production: Gimpville
Severin Mathiesen .... cg: Gimpville
Severin Mathiesen .... roto: Gimpville
Severin Mathiesen .... tracking: Gimpville
Jamie McCarter .... animation supervisor: Storm Studios
Morten Moen .... compositor: Storm Studios
Espen Nordahl .... cg supervisor: Storm Studios
Ole-Aleksander Nordby .... cg: Gimpville
Ole-Aleksander Nordby .... roto: Gimpville
Simon Dahle Nyhus .... digital sculptor: Gimpville
Magnus Pettersson .... effects technical director: Storm Studios
Ivar Rystad .... visual effects artist: Storyline Studios
Ivar Rødningen .... creature designer and concepts
Torgeir Sanders .... economist: Gimpville
Stig Saxegaard .... animator: Storm Studios
Stig Saxegaard .... texture painter: Storm Studios
Jan Ivar Solås .... cg: Gimpville
Jan Ivar Solås .... roto: Gimpville
Rune Spaans .... creature designer and concepts
Rune Spaans .... technical director: Superrune
Jan Svalland .... lighting/rendering: Gimpville
Jan Svalland .... post-production: Gimpville
Jan Svalland .... texturing: Gimpville
Jonathan Symmonds .... animator: Storm Studios
Otto Thorbjørnsen .... compositor: Storm Studios
Monica Østbø Østgård .... production assistant: Storm Studios
 
Stunts
Dag Eliassen .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Juan Antonio Alamo .... rigger
Tom Balgaard .... best boy electric
Kim Berg .... best boy electric
Tordis Lovise Bersås .... first assistant camera
Jan Arne Houge .... camera equipment
Jarl Grantin Johnsen .... gaffer (as Jarl G. Johnsen)
Joachim Norsted .... digital imaging technician (as Joachim Nørsted)
Joachim Norsted .... second assistant camera (as Joachim Nørsted)
Anders Reime .... best boy electric
Terje Røkke .... second gaffer
Hanne Stenshorne .... camera equipment
Erik Aavatsmark .... still photographer (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Andrea Eckerbom .... casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sarah Helen Adolfsen .... set costumer (as Sarah Adolfsen)
Andrea Christina Røsset .... assistant costume designer
Andrea Christina Røsset .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Benjamin Sjur Blom .... on-line editor
Terje Gillebo .... dcp mastering
Dylan Richard Hopkin .... on-line editor (as Dylan R. Hopkin)
Patrick Larsgaard .... additional editor
Ghislain Rio .... colorist
Per Sidor .... film recording: Cinevator
Espen Skjetne .... producer: Nordisk Film Short Cut
 
Music Department
Henrik Hawor .... music supervisor
Johan Husvik .... music supervisor
Riviera Oslo .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Katrine Aamodt .... distribution
Kaja Halden Aarrestad .... veterinary medicine consultant
Simen Bang-Hansen .... walkies
Anders Øyan Bratbakken .... finance controller
Norell Yasmin Kakis Brenno .... assistant catering
Magnus Dorati .... production assistant
Tom Gulbrandsen .... dramaturg
Vibeke Natalie Haakensen .... sub-caterer
Åge Hoffart .... distribution
Janne Holmboe .... distribution
Håvard S. Johansen .... contributing writer
Tåle Johnsen .... audit
Tove Kensland .... assistant catering
Paul Kristian Kristiansen .... rabies consultant (as Paul Kristiansen)
Monica Mathisen .... banking
Eva Therese Messel .... script supervisor (as Therese Messel)
Morten Nielsen .... location equipment
Ulf Nygaard .... accountant
Guttorm Petterson .... distribution
Benedicte Aubert Ringnes .... production secretary
Svein Risberg .... distribution
Merete Stene .... caterer (as Merethe Stene)
Christian Strøm .... banking
Mia Sundfjord .... production assistant (as Mia Sundsfjord)
Jim-Andre Taaje .... production assistant (as Jim-André Taaje)
Mette Thorud .... accountant
Torben Thuen .... production assistant
Hege Torkelsen .... assistant to the producers
Hege Torkelsen .... production secretary
Eirik Vaage .... location manager: Volda
Synne Verlo .... distribution
Sveinung Vikeså .... distribution
Tommy Wike .... location manager
Tommy Wike .... production coordinator
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Trolljegeren" - Norway (original title)
"The Troll Hunter" - Canada (English title) (imdb display title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for some sequences of creature terror
Runtime:
103 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The film contains several references to old Scandinavian folklore. For example, the goats on a bridge and a troll under it are a reference to the "Three Billy Goats Gruff". At one point Thomas mentions an eating competition, a reference to the story "Askeladden".See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: There are two different mountain routes escalating from Øvre Årdal, the place where they visited the vet. In the film they are alternating shown driving on both when they leave the place.See more »
Quotes:
Thomas:[noticing a container in Hans' trailer] Is that what we rubbed on ourselves?
Hans, trolljegeren:Yes.
Thomas:What is it?
Hans, trolljegeren:Concentrated troll stench. A mixture of all the crap you can squeeze out of a troll.
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Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
Head Over HeelsSee more »

FAQ

Any recommendations for other movies based on found footage?
What is a troll?
Is 'Trollhunter' a comedy?
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60 out of 95 people found the following review useful.
Need to get me some troll stink., 8 February 2011
Author: ElijahCSkuggs from Happy Land, who lives in a Gumdrop House on Lolly Pop Lane

Recently our Viking brethren from the Icey North have dipped their manly toes in the creative waters of film-making. That's not to say they haven't before, but I would say films about an evil Santa Claus, Nazi Zombies and now, Troll Hunters are probably not Norway and Finland's go-to themes. I could be wrong, and I hope I'm wrong, but I don't think I am.

Nevertheless with that, what we have here with The Troll Hunter is a story that starts with a trio of young college documentarians trying figure out why there are so many bear disappearances happening. Through Carmen Sandiego-like sleuth-work they come upon a Troll Hunter - and then, the...hunt...is...on! Trolls are loose and it's now up to them to put an end to their trolly shenanigans! The film goes down the right paths, and follows a rather formulaic story-line, but with such a unique story leading the way, you're more than happy to take the voyage through troll territory.

The biggest and most satisfying aspect of this film, for myself, was that the film didn't shy away from any one area. A recent Scandanavian film that I won't name *fart*rareexports*fart* - excuse me. That film brought you along and hoped to entice the viewer with emotion, an early surprise, and then male nudity - it didn't work, and I was left stunned by the lackluster 'Fin'ished product. Here, they talk about trolls, and go off to hunt trolls, so you'd think there would be trolls. And yep, there are! And not only that, they informed the viewer quite well about troll history and the different types. It was the type of love you hoped would be present here, and I can't help to feel thankful for such research and creative thinking.

Overall, the actors and writing delivered a fine job as they juggled tongue-in-cheek overacting with some scenes of serious drama. Basically every area of the film delivered to how you would want, and I was totally content with how the fx and trolls all looked. It's one of the best found footage films around, and if you enjoy fantasy in the slightest, you should give this a look.

My only real complaint here is how they could have neglected to put in the only troll that is still regularly found in modern days. I kept on asking myself, 'Where the hell is the IMDb troll?' The stinkiest, most pathetic troll to have ever lived is not put into the film? I suppose watching a troll whine to his or her mother about picking up the new and improved Oxy 5 zit medication or a bulk supply of super strength maxipads isn't really must-see TV. It would have been nice to get a view into what their lairs must look like, but I guess, it would have taken away from the adventure aesthetic of this film. I suppose then it's up to me and you to stop the IMDb trolls. First things first, if you see a hungry one, restrain from feeding it. After you do that, leave it to me. *pulls on troll disemboweling gloves*

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