Director Biography – Anna Fredrikke Bjerke (THE WAY THINGS END)

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Anna Fredrikke Bjerke is a director and filmmaker from in Oslo, Norway. She holds an interdisciplinary B.A. from Central Saint Martins and an M.A. from New York University, where she self-directed her curriculum to focus on the intersectionality of film and gender politics. She has participated in Mediefabrikken’s directing workshop and its directing initiative for women. In 2018, Anna began a body of work entitled Certain Women, which is a quartet of short films that explore themes relating to the female-identifying experience. She is currently working on her first feature film while continuing to pursue short form projects, while curating a screening and talk series at Kulturhuset in Oslo, which celebrates accomplished and emerging filmmakers. Anna will be making her debut directing for theatre with the Scandinavian premiere of The Pussy Grabber Plays in 2019.

Director Statement

The inspiration for THE WAY THINGS END comes from a deeply personal place…

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Director Biography – Anna Fredrikke Bjerke (THE WAY THINGS END)

LGBT Toronto Film Festival

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Anna Fredrikke Bjerke is a director and filmmaker from in Oslo, Norway. She holds an interdisciplinary B.A. from Central Saint Martins and an M.A. from New York University, where she self-directed her curriculum to focus on the intersectionality of film and gender politics. She has participated in Mediefabrikken’s directing workshop and its directing initiative for women. In 2018, Anna began a body of work entitled Certain Women, which is a quartet of short films that explore themes relating to the female-identifying experience. She is currently working on her first feature film while continuing to pursue short form projects, while curating a screening and talk series at Kulturhuset in Oslo, which celebrates accomplished and emerging filmmakers. Anna will be making her debut directing for theatre with the Scandinavian premiere of The Pussy Grabber Plays in 2019.

Director Statement

The inspiration for THE WAY THINGS END comes from a deeply personal place…

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