Dag Freyer

Dag Freyer



Dag Freyer is an acclaimed Norwegian filmmaker and the director of the award-winning feature film, ‘The Last King’. He has also directed a number of short films, music videos, and television series.

Freyer was born in Oslo, Norway in 1972 and grew up in a family of filmmakers. His mother was a film editor, while his father was a cinematographer. From an early age, Freyer was exposed to the world of filmmaking and it quickly became his passion.

In 1993, Freyer entered the film school at the Norwegian Film Institute. During his studies, he wrote and directed a number of short films. His thesis project, ‘The Last King’, won the Grand Prix at the Norwegian Short Film Festival in 1998.

Following his graduation, Freyer wrote and directed his first feature film, ‘The Last King’. The film, which was released in 2003, was a huge success and earned Freyer several awards, including the Grand Prix at the Toronto International Film Festival.

In the years since ‘The Last King’, Freyer has continued to work on various projects. He has directed several music videos, television series, and short films. He has also written and directed a handful of feature films, including the critically acclaimed ‘The North Wind’ (2010) and ‘The Golden Cage’ (2014).

In addition to his work in film, Freyer has also taught courses in directing at the Norwegian Film School and the Nordland Art and Film School. He has also been a guest lecturer at various festivals and universities around the world.

Dag Freyer is an accomplished and highly respected filmmaker. His work has been praised for its attention to detail, captivating storytelling, and powerful visual style. His films have won numerous awards, including the Grand Prix at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Norwegian Short Film Festival. Freyer continues to work on various projects as he strives to make films that will inspire and captivate audiences around the world.

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