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“The Rhythm, Pacing and Mood of the Film Should Mirror the Characters”: ‘THR Presents’ Q&A With ‘The Worst Person in the World’ Director Joachim Trier and Star Renate Reinsve

If the theme of co-writer/director Joachim Trier’s widely acclaimed The Worst Person in the World can be summed up in a sentence, it’s that growing up is hard to do. The movie’s central character, Julie (played by Renate Reinsve), discovers this through the course of a wild and unpredictable narrative. Structured by Trier and his […]

Oscars: Norway Selects ‘Worst Person in the World’ for International Feature Category

Norway has picked The Worst Person in the World, a critically-acclaimed relationship dramedy from director Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31) to compete for the 2022 Academy Awards in the best international feature category. Renate Reinsve won the best actress honor in Cannes for her star-making performance in Worst Person as Julie, a woman about to […]

‘The Innocents’: Film Review | Cannes 2021

Eskil Vogt directs a low-tech, high-tension Norwegian horror film starring a cast of children all under the age of 12.

Craig Gillespie to Direct ‘Thelma’ Remake for FilmNation

'I, Tonya' director Craig Gillespie is on board to helm an English-language remake of the 2017 Norwegian psychodrama 'Thelma' by director Joachim Trier.

Cannes: ‘Diamantino’ Tops Critics’ Week Awards

Joachim Trier's jury awarded the Nespresso Grand Prize and other honors.

‘Thelma’: Film Review | TIFF 2017

Joachim Trier follows his English-language debut, 'Louder Than Bombs,' with a swerve toward the supernatural in the Norwegian psychodrama, 'Thelma.'

Oscars: Norway Selects ‘Thelma’ for Foreign-Language Category

The supernatural lesbian love thriller from Joachim Trier is having its international premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.

Todd McCarthy’s Cannes Wrap: The Good, the Bad and the French

Highlights of a middling edition of the festival included a riveting Holocaust thriller that offended some, a beautiful Italian film that Italians hate and a bold experiment from Pixar.

‘Louder Than Bombs’: Cannes Review

Gabriel Byrne, Jesse Eisenberg and newcomer Devin Druid play a father and sons dealing with grief for their wife and mother, a war photographer played by Isabelle Huppert.

‘Kon-Tiki’ Directors Discuss the Making of Their Offshore Epic (Q&A)

Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg talk to THR about Harvey Weinstein, Michael Douglas and how they turned their beloved childhood story into an Oscar nominee.