Gustav Möller

(1988 – )

Director. Born 1988 in Sweden. Graduated as director from the National Film School of Denmark in 2015 winning the Next Nordic Generation Award for his thesis film, 'In Darkness'.

In 2018, he made his feature film debut with the successful psychological thriller 'The Guilty', which had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Audience Award in the category ‘World Cinema Dramatic.’ The film went on to win an array of awards around the world, including ‘Best Film,’ ‘Best Director’ and ‘Best Original Screenplay’ at the Danish Film Awards, and was also shortlisted for the Academy Awards. Jake Gyllenhaal, a self-proclaimed fan, is producer of and stars in the English-language remake of the project, which premiered on Netflix in September 2021.

Furthermore, Möller co-created the TV series 'The Dark Heart', together with writer Oskar Söderlund. The five-part psychological drama premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2022 and has been met with rave reviews. It also went on to win Best Series at the Series Mania International Panorama Competition.
Title Year Function Category
Sons 2024 Direction, Screenplay DK/Feature
Before the Frost 2019 Karl Oskar DK/Feature
The Guilty 2018 Direction, Screenplay DK/Feature
I mørke 2015 Direction DK/Short fiction