Back to directory

Line Halvorsen

English, Italian, Swedish
Child Welfare, Privacy and Surveillance, Women and Girls, Animal Welfare, Human Rights
Impact Producing, Consulting, Alternative Distribution
Cultural/racial identity:
White, Norwegian
Self identification:


Line Halvorsen is an award-winning director and editor who has made films and series for Norwegian and International television since 1997. She’s been working as an outreach producer on a number of films, and has been in charge of two successful crowdfunding campaigns. She has mentored several European documentary film projects and been a juror at film festivals worldwide. Line has traveled extensively, lived and made films in Palestine, USA and Italy, held outreach workshops and tutored filmmakers across Europe. She has a broad international network, attended DocSociety’s Impact Producers Labs in 2013 and 2016 and has been project manager for FilmLab Norway, a talent development program for young filmmakers. She is now a mentor for Viken Filmsenter and has been a project manager for Midtnorsk Filmsenter’s program “Short Docs on Digital Platforms” as well as Norwegian Film Institute's "Short Film Competition for Filmmakers with a Diverse Background". She is also a Program Coordinator for the Nordic film market New Nordic Films at The Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund and at Minimalen Short Film festival in Trondheim. Previous projects: A Stone’s Throw Away, USA vs Al-Arian, Living Without Money, The Optimists, Last Call, Two Raging Grannies, The Naked Dream, My Heart Belongs to Daddy.