Isabella Eklöf is a Swedish screenwriter and director known for her incredible candor and grit. Born in Stockholm, Eklöf turned to Copenhagen to attend Film school. Upon graduating, she received the prestigious Bisballe award for her film Notes from the basement.
Eklöf went on directing 10 short films, writing the screenplay to acclaimed Border that won Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival before heading on to write and direct her own feature debut Holiday that premiere at the Sundance festival, traveled around the festival circuit before winning the grand prize at New Horizons Film Festival.
Eklöf has many stories to tell and will do so with her signature move; to unapologetically expose both the beauty and depravity in human nature via a crisp and intellectual, yet tender lens.