FREDERIKKE ASPÖCK

Frederikke Aspöck (1974) has a master of fine arts degree in filmmaking from Tisch School of the Arts, NYU and a bachelor’s degree in theatre design from Wimbledon School of Art, London. Frederikke has directed several short films, one of which is her graduation film from Tisch, HAPPY NOW, which won Premier Prix de la Cinéfondation in Cannes in 2004 and countless other awards.

Since then, Frederikke has directed the critically acclaimed short film, SHEEP, and her feature film debut OUT OF BOUNDS, which won the main prize at the Marrakech International Film Festival, and most recently she directed the feature film ROSITA. Frederikke is currently developing Film Maker’s adaption of Klaus Lynggaard’s acclaimed teen novel, MARTIN & VICTORIA, with scriptwriter, Bo hr. Hansen.

Productions

2015 MARTIN & VICTORIA, Feature film
 – Director
2015 ROSITA, Feature film
 – Director
2011 OUT OF BOUNDS, Feature film
 – Director
2011 MOVING ON, Short film
 – Writer, director
2009 SHEEP, Short film – Director
2004 HAPPY NOW, Graduation film
 – Director

Education

1999 – 2004 Master of Fine Arts in Filmmaking

– Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
1996 – 1999 Bachelor of Art in Theatre Design

– Wimbledon School of Art, London