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  1. Ingmar Bergman and Jane Magnusson to Cannes

    The centenary of Ingmar Bergman is to be celebrated at the Cannes Film Festival. Today it was announced that Jane Magnusson’s documentary Bergman - A Year in a Life will have its world premiere in the section Cannes Classics. In addition the newly restored 4K version of The Seventh Seal has also been selected to be screened in the same category.

  2. A rare appearance by Swedish film legend Harriet Andersson

    On Wednesday April 18th legendary actress and famed Ingmar Bergman-collaborator Harriet Andersson made a rare special appearance for the screening of Ingmar Bergman's Dreams (1955).

  3. Swedish VR film and award winning director to Tribeca

    Gabriela Pichler’s second feature Amateurs will have its North American premiere and is competing in the category International Narrative Competition at Tribeca.

  4. Ingmar Bergman's 100th anniversary celebrated all over the world

    “Bergmania” is sweeping the world in celebration of what would have been the legendary director’s 100th birthday. New digitisations of his films by the Swedish Film Institute have enabled the entire world to participate in the celebration.

  5. Malin Åkerman to star in her first Swedish film

    The movie - "En del av mitt hjärta" (A Part of my Heart), will be a new Mamma Mia-style romantic musical comedy based on the music of beloved Swedish singer songwriter Tomas Ledin.

  6. Up In The Sky awarded Children's Film of the Year

    Every year The ECFA (European Children's Film Association) selects one film for the award Best Children's Film of the Year and the award for 2018 went to the Swedish film Up In The Sky by Petter Lennstrand.

  7. The Swedish Film Institute at the Berlinale retrospective

    The retrospective section at this year's Berlin film festival (February 15-25) is dedicated to German films made during the Weimar Republic (1918-33). The retrospective highlights several lesser known films, many in restored versions.

  8. The Swedish Film Institute recipient of the 2018 San Francisco Silent Film Festival Award

    The award has been given to the Swedish Film Institute for having "long been a leader in the preservation and restoration of classic cinema and has made Swedish film heritage accessible to the world".

  9. I Called Him Morgan is metacritic top ten

    When presented their summary of the film year that just passed, the documentary filmmaker, director, producer and screenwriter Kasper Collin could enjoy the fact that his documentary I Called Him Morgan took a place on the top ten of the most critically acclaimed movies.

  10. Lost Victor Sjöström silent film rediscovered

    The Film Heritage Direction of the CNC in Bois d'Arcy has rediscovered a print of the long lost Judaspengar / The Price of Betrayal, directed by Victor Sjöström in 1915.

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