Erik Skjoldbjærg (born December 14, 1964 in Tromsø, Norway) is a Norwegian director and writer best known for co-writing and directing the film Insomnia and directing Prozac Nation. His film Pioneer was selected to be screened in the Special Presentation section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
- Vinterveien (Near Winter, short film, 1993, also wrote)
- Close to Home (short film, 1994, also wrote)
- Spor (1996, also wrote)
- Insomnia (1997, also wrote)
- Prozac Nation (2001)
- Skolen (TV series, unknown episodes, 2004)
- En folkefiende (An Enemy of the People, 2005, also wrote)
- Størst av alt (TV series, 3 episodes, 2006)
- Nokas (2010)
- Pionér (Pioneer, 2013, also wrote)
- Pyromaniac (2016)
- Insomnia (1997 screenplay, 2002)
- "Pioneer". TIFF. Retrieved 2013-08-10.
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