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  1. Kvinnor och män vid soffgrupp

    Romcoms for youngsters and doc about surrogate mothers in California

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    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. Kvinna tar selfie i spegel

    Fitness, Colombia and gospel

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    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.

  3. Bamse, Lille Skutt och Skalman klättrar.

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

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    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.

  4. Kvinna i vatten

    Joachim Trier, fear of birds and a premium weird project

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    Joachim Trier makes a family drama, and the documentary Fat Front follows big women’s struggle with ideals of beauty. Two new scary films are in the pipeline – about knocking and birds’ eggs. And then there’s Douglas, 40 cm tall, in a bizarre comedy about a diamond. This and much more is among the latest funding projects from the Swedish Film Institute.

  5. Karin Franz Körlof i Ett akademiskt krig

    Horror, LGBTQ and Arnold Schwarzenegger

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    The latest recipients of Swedish Film Institute production funding include the feature sequel to Kung Fury, a new project by Thomas Vinterberg, art drama with Monica Bellucci, and horror in a haunted semi-detached house.

  6. Kids vs klimatet Nathan Grossman_1120

    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.

  7. Mikael Håfström, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Moldava

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    Mikael Håfström returns to Sweden for feature film about the Thomas Quick case, Levan Akin is back with a new feature film and Jane Magnusson makes a documentary about the unusual career of fashion model Madeline. That and much more are among the latest projects receiving production funding.

  8. Prison drama, queer cinema and football

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    The story of journalist Martin Schibbye and photographer Johan Persson’s time in prison, the history of Swedish queer cinema, a football battle and a short by Bahar Pars – just a few of the projects allotted Swedish Film Institute production funding in March and April 2018.

  9. Production Funds December-January: Tuva Novotny, Fredrik Backman and Democracy

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    Tuva Novotny directs a film adaptation of a Fredrik Backman novel, women take on the Swedish music industry and democracy takes centre stage. These and many more projects received production funding from the Swedish Film Institute in December 2017 and January 2018.

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