Thomas Hoegh

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Thomas Hoegh is a Norwegian investor and entrepreneur who oversees a portfolio of high-growth businesses in the creative sectors. Thomas directs films and theatre under the name Torstein Blixfjord. He was born in Oslo in 1966.


Hoegh graduated from Northwestern University. He was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.

He is the founder of Arts Alliance, Arts Alliance Media and the Met Film School.

Arts Alliance is an investment organisation that builds and supports technologically innovative and high growth companies in Europe, with a particular focus on private media and entertainment companies.

Arts Alliance Media (AAM) is Europe's leading provider of digital film distribution services dedicated to building a European digital network to deliver film to cinemas. LoveFilm was incubated by, and spun off from, AAM.

Thomas sits on the boards of Kenshoo,[1] the Met Film School,[2] Kebony,[3] Plan-UK,[4] and Growth Street [5].

He is a visiting professor at Kanazawa Institute of Technology.[6]

From 2013 he serves as a trustee of the Wim Wenders Foundation.[7]

Artistic Director[edit]

Hoegh was Artistic Director of "Folkefest" - a festival of peace to mark the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II, and Assistant Artistic Director for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the 1994 Winter Olympics.

Hoegh was also the Co-Owner and Artistic Director of Norwegian Performance Ltd, an Oslo-based production company specialising in multimedia performances, dance, events and concerts.


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