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Ingeborg Topsøe

Ingeborg Topsøe (b. 1985) is an award-winning Danish screenwriter. Her latest feature Wildland, a female-led mafia drama, received great praise as it premiered at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival and was released in both the UK and US. The feature also earned Topsøe a nomination for ‘Best Original Screenplay’ at the Robert Awards, the Danish Film Academy’s equivalent to the Oscars. Topsøe has always worked in both Scandinavia and abroad, and has written for the Emmy-nominated Amazon show HANNA.

Topsøe graduated from the National Film & Television School in London in 2012, and her graduation work Volume went on to win the British Independent Film Award. It was additionally nominated for a Short Film Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival the following year. Topsøe’s feature film debut took place in 2017 with the psychological drama The Charmer, which premiered at San Sebastian. The film earned twelve wins and thirteen nominations in festivals world wide, and was nominated for the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film at the Gothenburg Film Festival.

Awards

Robert Awards Nominee (Best Original Screenplay) Denmark – Kød & blod Wildland 2020
Sundance Film Festival Nominee (Short Film Grand Jury Prize) US – Volume 2013
British Independent Film Award UK – Volume 2012
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Filmography

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Ingeborg Topsøe (b. 1985) is an award-winning Danish screenwriter. Her latest feature Wildland, a female-led mafia drama, received great praise as it premiered at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival and was released in both the UK and US. The feature also earned Topsøe a nomination for ‘Best Original Screenplay’ at the Robert Awards, the Danish Film Academy’s equivalent to the Oscars. Topsøe has always worked in both Scandinavia and abroad, and has written for the Emmy-nominated Amazon show HANNA.

Topsøe graduated from the National Film & Television School in London in 2012, and her graduation work Volume went on to win the British Independent Film Award. It was additionally nominated for a Short Film Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival the following year. Topsøe’s feature film debut took place in 2017 with the psychological drama The Charmer, which premiered at San Sebastian. The film earned twelve wins and thirteen nominations in festivals world wide, and was nominated for the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film at the Gothenburg Film Festival.