Karianne Berge

Karianne Berge



Karianne Berge is an award-winning director and producer from Norway whose work has been featured in numerous international festivals and competitions.

Berge studied film at the National Film School of Norway, and she has since developed a career focused on narrative and documentary films as well as multimedia projects. She has directed several acclaimed short films, including "Kissing the Wall" and "The Rabbit." Her documentary feature "My Brother's Name is Robert" won the Best Documentary Award at the Bergen International Film Festival in 2016.

Berge has also worked on music videos, including those for artists like Ane Brun, Lars Vaular, and Mikhael Paskalev. She has also directed commercials for companies like Telenor, Microsoft, and Volkswagen.

Berge has been involved with many international collaborations, including a project with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the United Nations Development Programme. She has also worked with the British Council, the EU, and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.

Berge is a member of the Norwegian Film Directors Association, and she is a part of the Norwegian Academy of Cinema. She has also been a juror for several film festivals, including the Berlinale and the Locarno International Film Festival.

Berge believes in creating meaningful work that speaks to audiences and encourages them to think critically. Her work is focused on creating art that is accessible, entertaining, and thought-provoking.

Berge continues to work on narrative and documentary films, music videos, and multimedia projects. Her work has been featured in numerous international festivals and competitions, and she is always looking for new ways to tell stories and create meaningful work.

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