MORTEN TYLDUM (Director) began his directing career with the
comedy Buddy, which won the Audience Award at the Norwegian International Film
Festival, the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Warsaw
International Film Festival, as well as an Amanda Award in 2003 for Best Film.
He continued his success in 2008 when he was nominated for an Amanda Award for
Best Direction with his second feature, Fallen Angels.
His thriller, Headhunters, became the most successful title in Norwegian
history, as well as 2012's highest-grossing foreign language release in the UK.
In addition to its box office success, it was nominated for Best International
Film by BAFTA, and won the Empire Award for Best Thriller and the Saturn Award
for Best International Film.
Tyldum's first English language film, The Imitation Game, the biopic of British
mathematician Alan Turing, went on to gross over $227 million worldwide to
become the highest grossing independent film of 2014.
A commercial and critical success, The Imitation Game was nominated for eight
Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, and a win for Best
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