Ida H. Eldøen
CEO, Producer, Director
+ 47 995 05 174
Ida H. Eldøen is a Norwegian writer, director and producer. She is the CEO of the production company Tagline, which she co-founded. Ida studied at Nordland College of Art and Film and has a master degree in Film Studies from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Her short film «The Half Wall” has screened at over 20 festivals throughout Europe, USA, Canada and Asia, and won the Audience Award at West Nordic International Film Festival in 2018. Her latest film «The Evil Principal» won the Children’s Choice Award at Nordisk Panorama in September 2019.
Kim-Marius H. Olsen
Colorist, post production and some times director
+ 47 958 70 118
Kim-Marius has studied directing, screenwriting and video production at Lillehammer University College and Bond University. He also has a masters degree in film studies from NTNU, and therefore approaches filmmaking both from a practical and theoretical perspective. He has directed several shorts that have been shown at Ramaskrik, Minimale and Gutvik Short Film Festival. Artists he has worked with music videos for are; Rasmus og Verdens Beste Band, Sie Gubba, Vicinity, Hans Bollandsås, and many more.
Kim-Marius is a certified user of DaVinci Resolve, and has studied color grading at the International Colorist Academy, and is Tagline’s colonist.
+47 481 91 378
Ingun is a trained photographer and documentary filmmaker from Trondheim, Norway. She has a Bachelor’s in Photography from London College of Communication and a Master’s in Documentary and Journalism from Volda Community College.Ingun is currently working in Trondheim and developing two documentaries with financial support from Mid Nordic Film Centre. She has pitched at several film festivals and won the pitch at The Norwegian Documentary Film Festival in Volda in 2016. She is a programmer for Minimalen Short Film Festival, and in addition to film work holds workshops and teaches film, photography, art and media production.
Maida is a Norwegian filmmaker. She has a Bachelor of Film & TV Production from Australia and has directed music videos, short documentaries and short fiction films. In addition she has worked with television and corporate films. Maida’s films have been screened at film festivals all around the world and won several awards. She has pitched and won at the Norwegian Documentary Film Festival two times, including her latest project Moon Time.