Carrie Boberg is a producer, director, editor and actor proud to be based in Duluth, Minnesota.
She had a hand in creating several short films for hypothetical productions including Piling Up Vera (2000 Indie Kino Round of Ten), POV, Pratt Fall and Amoeba — before making the jump to feature films with the critically acclaimed Newton’s Disease, which was an official selection at the 2007 Fargo Film Festival.
In 2008 she premiered both …and on the 7th day, God Rocked (2nd place, 2009 Fargo Film Festival) and White Man’s World, both of which she produced. She has directed a short film entitled Jimmy Black’s Cadillac which aired on MNTV in 2010 and directed her first feature length film in 2009 entitled The Life of Riley. The Life of Riley will make its festival premiere at the Fargo Film Festival in March 2013.
Carrie studied at The American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles and ProMax Training Centers helped her to make the jump from acting to editing & producing. She earned her BFA magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota — Duluth (UMD) in acting/theater arts. While there she was nominated for the National Irene Ryan acting award for her portrayal of Maggie in Dancing at Lughnasa.
When she’s not editing or producing or acting, Carrie enjoys hiking, biking and cross-country skiing with her husband Steve. She is the proud mother of Dahlia & August, two very cute “Production Assistants.”