Rotterdam Lab

Andrea Berentsen Ottmar

Oslo Pictures - Norway


Oslo Pictures is an independent Norwegian film production company. They produce feature films, shorts, TV drama and documentaries, and aim to have a high-quality portfolio that can be offered to a broad spectrum of national and international audiences. During the past few years, the company has co-produced several award-winning movies. Among those, Hope had its premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open was a co-production with Canada, and had its premiere at 2019 Berlinale. The past year they have produced several short films, three of which were picked out to be shown at the Norwegian Short Film Festival. They are currently working on Joachim Trier’s closing movie to the Oslo Trilogy; The Worst Person In The World (2021). 

Andrea Berentsen Ottmar is one out of four producers in Oslo Pictures. Before joining the company in 2018, she produced over 30 short films, music videos and documentaries through her own production company Frokost Film. She also worked as producer in Ape&Bjørn and account director in VICE Norway. In 2019 she participated in the Eave Producers Workshop and has ambitions to produce feature films with an international outlook.

Current Projects 

In development 
Sick of Myself by Kristoffer Borgli (Feature, comedy drama)

In post-production
The Worst Person in The World by Joachim Trier (Feature, drama) 

Children of Satan by Thea Hvistendahl, 2019 (Short film)
Chronos by André Chocron, 2019 (Short film)
Oslo Tales by André Chocron, 2018 (Short film)
Fanny by Halfdan Ullmann Tøndel, 2016 (Short film)

Andrea Berentsen Ottmar

Rotterdam Lab

Rotterdam Lab participants 2021

The selection of the 74 producers for the 2021 Rotterdam Lab.