The Swedish Film Institute started to digitize films in 2013. Our archival film collections contain 2,500 Swedish feature-length films and 6,700 short films. Each year we digitize new films, and make them available for screenings.
Which films are digitized?
On Svensk Filmdatabas you can search and find all digitized Swedish films under the label "Digitaliserad Film". (Note that it's all in Swedish)
On the English version of Svensk Filmdatabas you can also find all digitized Swedish films with English subtitles under the label "Promoted Film" - "Classics": The Swedish Film Database.
Classics in focus
Each year we choose a handful digitized films that we want to present to an international audience. For these films we can send screeners in advance, and then also help with programming, booking and stills and posters. The films are all available on dcp, and have English subtitles. With the chosen films we hope that they will generate quriousity for more films and film makers from the Swedish film heritage.
Please click on the titles to find out more about our classics in focus.
The Phantom Carriage, Victor Sjöström, 1921
Loving Couples, Mai Zetterling, 1964
Hugo and Josephine, Kjell Grede, 1967
Duet for Cannibals, Susan Sontag, 1969
A Swedish Love Story, Roy Andersson, 1970
Summer Paradise, Gunnel Lindblom, 1977
The Elephant Walk, Marie-Louise Ekman, 1979
Flight of the Eagle, Jan Troell, 1982
Seppan, 1986, Agneta Fagerström-Olsson
Sacrifice, Andrej Tarkovskij, 1986
Amorosa, Mai Zetterling, 1986
The Secret Friend, Marie-Louise Ekman, 1990
To Kill A Child, Gösta Werner, 1953
Spik-bebis, Max Andersson, 1987
Här är karusellen / Revolver, Jonas Odell, Lars Ohlson, Stig Bergqvist
For booking digitized films for theatrical screenings, please e-mail: email@example.com
For questions regarding Promoted Films - Classics, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For other questions regarding digitized films, please e-mail: email@example.com.
Published 09 April 2018