Accessibility of

The Swedish Film Institute is responsible for this website. We want as many people as possible to use this website. This document describes how complies with the Law (2018: 1937) on accessibility to digital public service, any known accessibility problems and how you can report deficiencies to us so that we can correct them.


How accessible is the website?

We are aware that parts of the website are not fully accessible, but we are constantly working to identify and address these shortcomings.


What can you do if you can't use parts of the website?

If you need content from that is not available to you, but which is excluded from the scope of the law as described below, you can notify us.


You can also contact us as follows:


Report deficiencies in website availability

We constantly strive to improve the website's accessibility. If you find problems that are not described on this page, or if you believe that we are not in compliance with the law, please let us know and we will let you know that the problem exists.



DIGG is responsible for overseeing the Law on Access to Digital Public Service. If you are not satisfied with how we handle your complaints, you can contact DIGG.


Technical information on website availability

This website is partially compliant with the Law on Access to Digital Public Service, due to the deficiencies described below.


Deficiencies in digital availability

For the time being, we report deficiencies on an overall level as well as deficiencies for each digital service or channel, whether it is newly developed or older. At present, our website and our digital services partially meet the legal requirement for digital accessibility.


We are aware that we do not meet all the WCAG criteria on this website, including our digital services, in the following areas:



  • Web standards and code that do not validate to WCAG standards.
  • Interaction elements that cannot be accessed via keyboard navigation.
  • Text-to-speech on the entire interface.
  • Incorrectly constructed forms (for example, field labels are not clickable or readable by reading software).
  • Some PDF’s may not have sufficient tagging or may be incorrectly tagged.



  • Some images may partially lack information.



The report was last updated March 20, 2020.