Lene Berg

Lene BERG (Norway) attended a film course at the Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm. She directed and produced independent features and built up an oeuvre of almost twenty short and full-length films. Berg represented Norway at the Venice Biennial 2013 with her short film Dirty Young Loose. She lives and works alternately in New York and Berlin.


7 (1990, short), Doft av Lycka/Scent of Happiness (1991, short), En Kvinnas Huvud/A Woman's Head (1997), 33 minuter/33 minutes (1999, short), Den Andre/The Second (2001, short), Arschkeks (2005, short), Mannen i Bakgrunnen/The Man in the Background (2006, short), Sketches for Nietzsches’ Laughter (2007, short), The Weimar Conspiracy (2007, short), Stalin by Picasso or Portrait of Woman with Moustache (2008, short), The Drowned One (2008, short), Shaving the Baroness (2010, short), Mindfuck/Kopfkino (2012), Ung Løs Gris/Dirty Young Loose (2013, short), Gompen og andre beretninger om overvåking i Norge 1948 - 1989)/GOMP: Tales of surveillance in Norway 1948-1989 (2014)