Eva Frederikke Dahr (30 October 1958, Oslo – 12 May 2019) was a Norwegian film director, playwright and film producer. Dahr was one of Norway's most prolific directors of short films. She studied at the Volda University College and the Bela Balaz studio in Budapest, Hungary. Dahr was the conceptual director of the TV drama Himmelblå. Dahr has directed the film drama Brennende blomster (1985), where she edited together with Eva Isaksen the drama comedy Mars & Venus (2007) and the drama Appelsinpiken (2009). Together with her sister, the actress Juni Dahr, she made two short films, Dolce Vita (1989), where Juni Dahr plays a cobbler, and Troll (1991). In 2008, Dahr directed her first TV series, NRK's drama series Himmelblå. She also made many children's films. Dahr won many Norwegian and international prizes, including an Amandastatuett and Gullstolen at the Kortfilmfestivalen i Grimstad for the short film En mann (1997). Dahr was short film consultant for the Norwegian Film Institute and Norwegian Film Fund from 1998 to 2002.
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