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  1. Bild från Sången om den eldröda blomman, föreställande Lars Hanson ståendes på timmerstock i vatten.

    Stiller classics and unique short films from the Swedish Film Institute at this year’s edition of Il cinema ritrovato in Bologna

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    At this year’s edition of Il cinema ritrovato in Bologna (June 22-29), the Swedish Film Institute will present its digital restorations of two Mauritz Stiller films.

  2. The team And Then We Danced in Cannes 2019

    The best of Sweden in Cannes 2019

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    Cannes Film Festival 2019 has come to an end. Levan Akin's And Then We Danced, selected for the section Director's Fortnight, and the short film Who Talks by Elin Övergaard (competing for a Palme d'or) were two of the Swedish highlights. Let's look at some more.

  3. Sweden at Cannes 2019

    Cannes Film Festival is finally under way and Sweden has a great line up this year.

  4. Stellan Skarsgård, football dreams and children’s detective film

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    A musical Christmas family, short film distribution on Instagram and new roles for Stellan Skarsgård and Eero Milonoff (Border) are among the latest projects to receive production funding from the Swedish Film Institute.

  5. Bo Widerberg retrospective in Berlin

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    An extensive retrospective of the work by director Bo Widerberg will take place at the Kino Arsenal in Berlin, April 9-30.

  6. Still from the documentary Scheme Birds. Gemma is holding a dove with both hands.

    Swedish documentary Scheme Birds to compete at Tribeca Film Festival

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    Swedish documentary Scheme Birds, directed by Ellen Fiske and Ellinor Hallin, has been selected to compete at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.

  7. Tiny Tim, Charter, the climate and VR

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    Documentary about Tiny Tim and new feature-length films by Amanda Kernell and Johannes Nyholm among recent funding projects.

  8. Swedish silents screened in Paris

    Eight Swedish silent features will be screened at the Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé in Paris during the period November 21-December 11.

  9. Special screening of Swedish classics in Tokyo

    30 Swedish classics will be screened at the National Film Archive in Japan from November 27 to December 23. The season, called Sweden-Japan 150 Years: An Invitation to Swedish Film History, is commemorating the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Sweden and Japan.

  10. Numerous nominations for Swedish films at EFA

    When nominations for the European Film Awards (EFA) were announced at a ceremony in Seville, Swedish films swept up an awe-inspiring seven nominations. Border and Borg/McEnroe came out in the lead, the prior securing four and the latter two nominations.

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