Born in 1983 in Stockholm. At the age of 26 he decided to go back to his parents’ country and started his studies in the Directing Department on PWSFTViT in Łódź. He combines a passion for cinema and theatre with the cultural experience gained in Sweden, London and finally Poland. In his artistic activities he wants to take up current topics by working with young, ambitious actors.
During his studies, in 2013, he made his debut as a theatre director at the WARSawa theatre with the play Debris by Dennis Kelly. He then finished two mid-length films – a documentary A Levels and a feature film Luna – both awarded many prizes, and finally, a musical performance Axis (Oś) at Teatr Powszechny in Łódź, based on Agnieszka Osiecka's songs. He got his MA in Film Directing from PWSFTViT in 2015.
In March 2016 he directed a play Antigone in New York in Teatr Śląski.
In 2017 – a classical piece by August Strindberg Miss Julia in Teatr Aleksandra Fredry in Gniezno and a modern drama Revolt by Alice Birch in Bałtycki Teatr Dramatyczny in Koszalin. Revolt was a competition piece for the m-theatre festival, where it received two awards. In October 2017 the premiere of his latest production Glass Menagerie was held at the Bagatela Theatre in Krakow. In early 2019, his first drama Pale Swedish blondes don't go to heaven got into the semi-final of the Gdynia Drama Award. He is aslo the author of the play A little Swedish girl who saved the world. In April 2019, Filip Gieldon directed TV theatre production Katies for Teatroteka project produced by WFDiF (very well known). This production won the Audience Award, the Best Set Design Award, the Best Music Award and for the Best Supporting Female Role Award during Teatroteka Fest in 2020.