Charlotte Thiis-Evensen is a Norwegian film director and screenwriter who has had a successful and varied career. She has been making films since the late 1990s and has worked on a range of projects, from feature films to music videos.
Thiis-Evensen was born in Oslo, Norway, and has a degree in media studies from the University of Oslo. She began her career making music videos for Norwegian bands and then moved on to making short films and documentaries. Her first feature film, the romantic comedy 'The Other One', was released in 2004. The film was a success and was nominated for several awards, including the Norwegian Film Critics Award for Best Film.
In 2006, Thiis-Evensen wrote and directed the drama 'Hemmelighet', which was nominated for the Amanda Award for Best Film. The film follows the story of a young woman who is dealing with the death of her father and a difficult relationship with her mother. The film was a critical success and was praised for its honest and emotional portrayal of grief.
Thiis-Evensen's latest film, 'Honningfellen', was released in 2019. The film follows the story of a young woman who, after the death of her mother, embarks on a journey of self-discovery. The film was a commercial success and was nominated for several awards, including the Amanda Award for Best Film.
Thiis-Evensen is also involved in other areas of the film industry, such as teaching. She has taught at the Norwegian Film School and at the University of Oslo. She is also a board member of the Norwegian Film Institute.
Throughout her career, Thiis-Evensen has been praised for her honest and emotional approach to storytelling. Her films have been described as 'honest and powerful' and 'infused with human warmth'. She is an important and influential figure in Norwegian cinema and is admired for her ability to tell stories that are meaningful and emotionally resonant.