Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Joachim Trier (Ongoing Filmmaker Archive)

“People talk about the death of cinema, and they talk about the death of the novel. The novel has reinvented itself and changed form and been experimental and, therefore, has survived. I think movies should be inspired by that — the spirit of the possibility of the dramaturgy not being one thing. The dramaturgy or the structure of your telling is up for grabs, and it’s personal.” – Joachim Trier, Seventh Row Louder than Bombs Interview Part 1

“How to show thinking in cinema, it’s something I’m really interested in. I get so pissed when people say, “Oh, thinking, that’s for the novel. Cinema is about the exterior”. I disagree. Film can be incredibly subjective.” – Joachim Trier, Louder Than Bombs Interview Part 2

"About Joachim Trier." The Seventh Row (Ongoing Archive)

Reprise (2006)

Oslo, August 31st (2011) 

Louder Than Bombs (2015)

Thelma (2017)

The Worst Person in the World (2021)

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