Welcome to Tribbles and Trilobites Episode 20. Coming to us from the edges of the Ginnungagap, it is a land where fire meets ice, existing there is Mr. Anders Elsrud Hultgreen. He is a filmmaker and visual artist based in Bergen, Norway GMT +1. He studied at the Bergen Academy of Art & Design, the Emily Carr University in Vancouver, the Nordland Vocational College and studied under Werner Herzog.
Mr. Hultgreen tells us the story of how he got his inspiration for producing his films and the backstory behind many of them. This episode will also highlight his first and highly successful Science Fiction feature MORGENRØDE also known as "DAWN." We also discuss several of his short films and an upcoming book, titled "Ferdsskriveren," a science fiction poetry book. Here we go... This is real. Into the Ginnungagap...
Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPQr5RSWy4Y
To purchase the amazing soundtrack: https://avantgardemusic.bandcamp.com/album/morgenr-de-original-motion-picture-soundtrack
To get on DVD - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Morgenr%C3%B8de-Dawn-Ingar-Helge-Gimle/dp/B01HYK0KDA/ref=sr_1_1
Full rez on the Blu-ray - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Morgenr%C3%B8de-Dawn-Ingar-Helge-Gimle/dp/B01HYJB13Y/ref=sr_1_2
Buy a copy of his poetry now! - http://www.facebook.com/Ferdsskriveren
Viktig beskjed fra skuespiller Ingar Helge Gimle - MORGENRØDE ute på bluray og DVD nå!