Erlend E. is most well known for directing, and has 6 known credits, of which 6 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Erlend E.’s movies you should definitely watch Journey to Utopia (2020) Erlend has worked on!
The best rated movie Erlend E. has been a part of is the documentary movie Journey to Utopia, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating 7.3 on IMDb .
Can You Die in Heaven? has a rating on 7.6 on IMDb . Erlend E. worked on this documentary movie as directing.
In Sannhetsjegeren Erlend E. was worked as director, writer. This documentary movie has a rating on 6.4 on IMDb .
In Dancing for You Erlend E. had the role of directing.
Erlend E. was a part of the movie Four Letters Apart – Children in the Age of ADHD as directing.
Erlend E.’s birthday is on 1 January 1967 .
Erlend E. is male.
Erlend E. is most known for directing. Erlend has worked on 6 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Journey to Utopia, which has a score of 0.0.
2020 . Documentary . 1h 29m
Executive producer. A Danish-Norwegian family gambles everything and decides to join the fight for the climate, but the choice of a new life in a sustainable agricultural collective is not without its challenges.
2005 . Documentary . 56 m
Executive producer. Portrait of Jonathan whose father committed suicide when he was only 8 years old. Now Jonathan is 11 and fights cancer.
2009 . Documentary . 1h 26m
Executive producer. The story about detective Tore Sandberg and how he made in interest in the injustice that was made in a murder case against Fritz Moen.
2016 . Documentary . 29 m
Executive producer. Vilde (12) wants to be the first female 'Halling' folk dance champion. A traditional dance for men only. Her greatest challenge isn't the competition - she's convinced that her strength and passion for dance and life are helping her beloved grandfather to win his fight against cancer.
2013 . Documentary . 1h 27m
Executive producer. A film about three children at odds with themselves and the world around them, at a time when more and more are being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Victor is seven. He hates ADHD, believing it’s something to do with his club feet. Martine is quick to become withdrawn, and struggles with uncontrollable rage when things do not go her way. For the most part, Marino keeps to himself, but easily becomes aggressive. Victor, Martine and Marino are in a special class in a normal school in Denmark. The class teachers and the children’s parents decide to take part in an alternative treatment project focusing on the individual child’s challenges and possibilities, rather than relying on medical diagnosis and medication. The film follows the whole process, and shows how the children make great strides over the course of a year, as the adults around them start to see each individual child in a new light
2006 . Documentary
Executive producer. Katja aged 16 and Cathrine aged 8 both have a unique relationship to music, to nature and to sensation in general. Katja and Cathrine are blind, but the girls have developed their other senses and use them much more keenly than most people around them. The director, Erlend E. Mo, depicts the two girls; interpreting their sense-based, subjective experience of the world, which is as rich as a world observed by a seeing person, just different. The film represents the intimacy and intensity of the girls' environment in few words, and in doing so allows the viewer to partake in a poetic subjective experience and perceive an old world afresh.