Film, TV & Theatre
Ingeborg's first proper writing experience was as an editorial intern in her hometown, Copenhagen, and later for Vice Magazine in Berlin. After practicing her German cases, and interviewing everyone from exorcists to a woman who married the Berlin wall (pre-demolition), she was granted a scholarship for an exchange year at UCLA, where she completed her BA in philosophy with a minor in Creative Writing. Having developed a taste for being an immigrant and writing fiction, she applied to the NFTS.
At the NFTS, Ingeborg wrote several short films, including the fiction graduation film VOLUME, directed by Mahalia Belo, and two animation graduation films.
Her short play with the long title, Whatever happened to the disease formerly known as swine flu? earned her a place on the Royal Court Young Writers Programme, where she wrote a full-length play, alongside developing several feature scripts and television ideas at the NFTS. She also co-wrote a book about modern jurisprudence, but that’s another story.
Vixens / Good Company Films / GarageFilm International
Co-written with Milad Alami
Created by David Farr
BLACK RABBIT SUMMER
Ruby Films / Film4
Mahalia Belo directing.
Bright Cold Day Films / Film4
Writer of island-set dystopian thriller. Mahalia Belo directing.
LOST IN MEXICO
BBC Radio 4
Writer of 2 x 44" radio drama based on the case of two backpackers who were convicted of insurance fraud in Mexico. John Dryden directing. A RadioTimes Critics Pick.
Writer. Directed by Mahalia Belo. Selected for the 2012 London Film Festival. Won 2012 BIFA for Best British Short. Selected for 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Co-writer. Animated comedy set in Spain. Selected for the 2012 London Film Festival.
Writer. Directed by Mahalia Belo.