News

Search and filter
  1. Kvinnor och män vid soffgrupp

    Romcoms for youngsters and doc about surrogate mothers in California

    Nyheter om svensk film Produktionsstöd

    The latest projects to be granted funding by the Swedish Film Institute include comedy and romance for young people, a kidnapping drama in Sinai, a deportation study from Auschwitz and a documentary about being a surrogate mother. And more.

  2. Porträtt Steffen Andersen-Møller

    "Nothing can replace engaging with a real, physical audience", says Steffen Andersen-Møller, Head of the International Department

    Steffen Andersen-Møller is the head of the International Department at the Swedish Film Institute. We thought it would be a good idea to make him paint a picture of the current state of his corner of the film landscape, during these rather trying times.

  3. Filmhusets fasad

    Library open by appointment

    Biblioteket

    The Library is closed, but by appointment registered library users can request and pick up books.

  4. Marie Kjellson black and white

    Marie Kjellson - Producer on the move 2020

    The Swedish Film Institute and EFP (European Film Promotion) have appointed Marie Kjellson to represent Sweden in Producers on the Move.

  5. Kvinna tar selfie i spegel

    Fitness, Colombia and gospel

    Nyheter om svensk film Produktionsstöd

    The latest projects to be awarded production funding from the Swedish Film Institute include Magnus von Horn’s Sweat, on the vulnerability of social media, Amanda Pesikan's documentary The Choir (Kören) about the Tensta Gospel Choir, as well as 14 short films.

  6. Max von Sydow

    Max von Sydow, 1929-2020

    Nyheter om svensk film

    Max von Sydow has passed away. He was one of the most prominent Swedish actors of all time, working with Ingmar Bergman and many international directors, and his career spanned 60 years and over 120 film roles.

  7. 5050by2020 panel at the Berlin Film Festival

    At this year's EFM Horizon during the Berlin International Film Festival, The Swedish Film Institute co-hosted a panel discussing the road ahead for the 50/50 by 2020 movement.

  8. Rapper Yung Lean

    Swedish documentary Yung Lean: In My Head to world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

    Nyheter om svensk film

    An ordinary Swedish teenager morphed into the world famous rapper Yung Lean. The new documentary Yung Lean: In My Head, directed by Henrik Burman, has been selected for the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, where the film will have its world premiere.

  9. Bamse, Lille Skutt och Skalman klättrar.

    New film by Ruben Östlund, and animation and monster agents for younger viewers

    Nyheter om svensk film Produktionsstöd

    The latest titles awarded funding by the Swedish Film Institute include Triangle of Sadness, Ruben Östlund’s new feature after his Palme d’Or winner The Square. Nelly Rapp by Amanda Adolfsson and Utvandrarna (English title TBA) by Erik Poppe are also awarded funding. Market funding is being awarded to Dag för dag (English title TBA) by Felix Herngren, Bamse och vulkanön by Christian Ryltenius and Ur spår (English title TBA) by Mårten Klingberg.

  10. Filmhusets fasad

    New library system in December

    Biblioteket

    December 10 the library will change from our old library system to a more modern version. The work with implementing the new system has been our main task these last six months, and we’re happy to be close to the finish line.

Show more