Screen Talk: Anders Danielsen Lie
Anders Danielsen Lie joins us to discuss his career and his two new films: Mia Hansen-Løve's Bergman Island and The Worst Person in the World, the final part of Joachim Trier’s Oslo trilogy.
We’re delighted to welcome actor Anders Danielsen Lie to the BFI London Film Festival for a Screen Talk, where he will discuss his two new films in the festival, Mia Hansen-Løve's Bergman Island and The Worst Person in the World, the final part of Joachim Trier’s Oslo trilogy.
Danielsen Lie has regularly featured in the festival. His global career was launched with Trier’s Reprise, which screened in competition in 2006, and was followed by 2011’s Cannes Un Certain Regard-nominated Oslo, August 31st. Alongside his work with Trier, Danielsen Lie has also starred in English-language films by acclaimed European directors Olivier Assayas (Personal Shopper) and Paul Greengrass (22 July, playing real-life far-right domestic terrorist Anders Behring Breivik).
In addition to his extensive acting career, Danielsen Lie’s talents are wide and varied. In 2011, he wrote, performed and produced the album ‘This is Autism’, inspired by recordings from his childhood. And when not performing he works as a doctor, with his own medical practice.
£18 Standard price
Tickets on sale Fri 24th Sep 10:00 to BFI Patrons, Fri 24th Sep 11:30 to BFI Champions, Fri 24th Sep 12:30 to BFI Members and Fri 24th Sep 16:00 to the public.
The Screen Talk programme is supported by The Liberation Initiatives.