Ine Poppe (NL) is a documentary maker and writer.
Ine Poppe publishes about digital culture, technology, art and science, mainly for the national newspaper NRC Handelsblad. She gives the master course Critical Art Writing (in Amsterdam). She lectures at the Audio Visual department of the Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam.
Her art-projects Mother milk cheese (1984) and Women with Beards (1997) were shown worldwide. Poppe made several documentaries for Dutch National television. Hippies from Hell, about Dutch Hackers, was shown in Europe and America at festivals, musea and universities. It was the first online Dutch documentary, licensed together with Lawrence Lessig under Creative Commons.
Poppe wrote scripts for several computer games.
In 2002 she was winner of the "Geneva-Europe Grand Prize" for TV-scripts, with Necrocam, a film about a webcam inside a coffin.