Karoline Frogner

Born in 1961 in Oslo, Norway Karoline Frogner is a one of Norway’s most well known documentary filmmakers. She runs the Norwegian production company, Integrity Productions AS. Before her career in filmmaking, Frogner studied photography. Aside from filmmaking, Frogner is also a historian of Norwegian Jews during WWII. Her book: "Time of Darkness: Women's Encounters with Nazism" provides detailed interviews with women who survived the Ravensbruenk concentration camp. The subjects of Frogner's work usually deals with human rights, and her documentaries aim to reveal political controversies. (3/11)

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Duhozanye: A Rwandan Village of Widows


A film by Karoline Frogner, 2011, 52 min, Color

During the 1994 genocidal campaign that claimed the lives of an estimated 800,000 Rwandans and committed atrocities against countless others, Daphrose Mukarutamu, a Tutsi, lost her husband and all but two of her 11 children. In the aftermath she considered suicide. But instead, she took in 20 orphans and started Duhozanye, an association of Tutsi…

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