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  1. Ove in the USA

    International Department

    The major Swedish domestic box office hit A Man Called Ove (En man som heter Ove) opened in American movie theatres on Friday September 30. The film premiered in more than 10 theatres on the first day and in as many as 110 across the country, over the next two months.

  2. Two short films in Cannes

    Nyheter om svensk film International Department

    Fight on a Swedish Beach by Simon Vahlne and Madre by Simón Mesa Soto compete in the Official Selection in the short film section at the Cannes Film Festival. Also, Finnish-Swedish The Happiest Day of the Life of Olli Mäki is selected for Un certain regard.

  3. EFA nomination for Girls Lost

    International Department

    Girls Lost nominated for the EFA Young Audience Award 2016.

  4. Variety reviews Kiki

    International Department

    Variety reviews Berlinale Teddy Award-winner documentary Kiki by Sara Jordenö.

  5. Swedish focus at Clermont-Ferrand

    International Department

    32 Swedish short films in focus at Clermont-Ferrand

  6. Two Swedish films in the Berlin Film Festival’s Generation Section

    International Department

    The first films to compete in the Generation Section at the Berlin Film Festival have been announced including the two Swedish films, Siv Sleeps Astray and Molly Monster.

  7. Roy Andersson wins EFA Award

    International Department

    Roy Andersson’s A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence received the European Film Academy’s Award for Best European Comedy 2015 on 12 December.


  8. Don Juan receives IDFA award

    International Department

    Don Juan by Jerzy Sladkowski receives the VPRO IDFA Award for Best Feature-length Documentary.

  9. Boys receive Grand Jury Award at AFI Fest

    International Department

    Boys by Isabella Carbonell was awarded the Grand Jury Award at AFI Fest in the Live Action Short section.

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