Joachim Trier, 49, has become a household name for many, after his previous film, ‘The World’s Worst Man’, became a worldwide hit.
The film is Trier’s biggest commercial success to date, and it is nominated for two nominations at the 2021 Academy Awards and nine nominations at the Amanda Award. In addition, lead actress Rinat Renzvi (35) won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Since then, Trier hasn’t been on the lazy side, and with co-writer Eskil Vogt, he’s now beginning to write his next film.
It has now been confirmed that the sixth Trier film has received NOK 20 million in support from the Norwegian Film Institute (NFI). According to NFI, the amount should be the largest ever offered.
Joachim Trier has not yet responded to Netavien’s inquiries.
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According to the NFI press release, Trier’s sixth film is about a close, poignant and funny story about loneliness and family, about the reconciling power of art, told with original narrative techniques where memories and contemporary times are woven together.
– This is a project that is looking for moments of human awareness that are worth looking for. The characters align well with History, Resistance, and Will. The points of intersection meet their different interests and needs, consultant Tom Gulbrandsen at the Norwegian Film Institute says in the press release.
No official date or title has been set for the next film premiere from the creators of The Worst Person in the World. The film’s total budget is around NOK 81 million.
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