|Born||29 April 1964|
|Occupation||Film producer and director|
|Parent(s)|| Ugo Tognazzi |
|Awards||Amanda Award (1999)|
Thomas Robsahm (born 29 April 1964) is a Norwegian film producer and director. He is the son of actors Ugo Tognazzi and Margarete Robsahm, and is married to screenwriter and actress Silje Holtet. Robsahm has produced a large number of documentaries and short films. Films he has directed include the crime drama Svarte pantere (1992), and Myggen (1996), a documentary about Norwegian footballer Erik Mykland.His 1999 comedy S.O.S. was awarded the Amanda Award for best Norwegian film.
In 2009 he produced Angel , directed by Margreth Olin. He produced two films directed by Joachim Trier; Louder Than Bombs in 2015, and Thelma in 2017.
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