Tommy Gulliksen

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Tommy Gulliksen

Tommy Gulliksen is a Norwegian film director. In 2012 he won a Golden Nymph Award in Monaco, for the documentary movie, Terror Island (2011);[1] the same year he [and others] won the award Gullruten in Norway.[2]

He was born in 1980 and grew up in Oslo's Lambertseter (area). He was a student at Oslo University College (which now is part of Oslo Metropolitan University).

Filmography[change | change source]

  • [a Christian group within the 'Russ celebration'] Jesusrussen (2003)
  • [ Roger and Mor] Roger og Mor (2004)
  • [ Last bus home] Siste bussen hjem (2005)
  • [ When someone hits a teacher (with their hand)] Når læreren blir slått (2005)
  • [ Silence via pills] Stille med pille (2006)
  • [ "Charity as a business"] Veldedighet AS (2006)
  • [ The bodyguards] Livvaktene (2007)
  • [ A haven for war criminals] En fristed for krigsforbrytere (2007)
  • [ Blood money] Blodpenger (2008)
  • [ The bicycle dream] Sykkeldrømmen (2009)[3]
  • [The great bicycle race (Trondheim to Oslo)] Den store styrkeprøven (2009)
  • [ Death sentence in Congo] Dømt til døden i Kongo (2009; Gulliksen was one of two film directors)
  • [Boy of the streets] Gategutt (2010)
  • [ Jonna gets a mother] Jonna får en mamma (2011)
  • Terror Island (2011),[4] original title: En liten øy i verden
  • 300 sekunder: Trådløs (2011)
  • [ A new life] Et nytt liv (2012)
  • [ Back to Utøya] Tilbake til Utøya (2012)
  • [ Caught up in the dream] Fanget av drømmen (2012)
  • [ The moment of freedom] Frihetens øyeblikk (2012)
  • [ A new life] Et nytt liv (2012)
  • [ Our loved ones] Våre Kjære (2013)
  • [ When father kills] Når pappa dreper (2013)
  • Fotballeventyret Carew (2014)
  • [ Operation Conspiracy] Operasjon konspirasjon (2014)
  • Edderkoppen (2015)
  • [The whistleblower] Varsleren (2016)
  • [ When bones turn into jello] Når knoklene blir til gele (2017)
  • Liberation Day (2018) (Co-producer)
  • [Our man in Pyongyang] Vår mann i Pyongyang (2018)
  • War of Art (2019)
  • [ The man who fell] Mannen som falt (2020)
  • *[ The legacy of 22 July] Arven etter 22. juli, was released in 2021[5]

References[change | change source]

  1. https://www.vg.no/rampelys/i/K0Vp5/hyllet-av-roert-fyrst-albert
  2. https://www.dagbladet.no/kultur/utoya-dokumentar-vant-internasjonal-tv-pris/63213791. Retrieved 19 July 2021
  3. https://web.archive.org/web/20091120122140/http://webtv.tv2.no/webtv/sumo/?progId=320869%7Ctittel%3DSykkeldr%C3%B8mmen. Retrieved 2020-11-05
  4. https://www.dagsavisen.no/kultur/2012/05/30/227-dokumentar-prisnominert/. [The documentary, that got the English title «Terror Island»] "Dokumentaren, som har fått tittelen «Terror Island» på engelsk"
  5. https://www.vg.no/rampelys/tv/i/k30qXX/tv-anmeldelse-arven-etter-22-juli-trollet-som-ikke-sprakk [Review of television program: «The legacy of 22 July»: The troll that did not turn into dust]. Retrieved 19 July 2021