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  1. Tecknad björnflicka rider på groda

    Relationships, growing up and magic juice

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    The world’s strongest bear is back in Bamse and the World’s Smallest Adventure. The documentary The Dear John Letter looks at self-destructive behaviours with drugs in the formative years. The short film The Remains of Roma looks at the difficulty for women to ‘deliver’. Funding has also been granted to seven talent programmes to ensure regrowth in Swedish film. These are just some of the latest funding projects.

  2. 2 cheerleaders i luften

    Hunting and cheerleading

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    Sarah Gyllenstierna, former assistant director to Spike Lee, directs Jakt på ett vitt fält (English title tba) about three men obsessed with hunting. Power Jaguars is a documentary about cheerleading and female friendship directed by Jessica and Annika Karlsson (Crystal Bear nominated Loving Lorna). The short film Vernissage is a drama satire by Arvin Kananian (soon to be seen in the cast of Ruben Östlund’s Triangle of Sadness). These are just some of the latest projects to be granted production funding.

  3. Närbild tjej som kramas

    UFOs, MMA and Mediterranean film noir

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    Daughters is Jenifer Malmqvist’s feature film debut about three sisters mourning their mother. Axel Petersén returns with From Malta to Oblivion about online gaming. Björn Runge (The Wife) directs Burn All My Letters, a love story across generations. Ahmed Abdullahi (The Martyr) directs Amina, about a MMA fighting mother.

  4. Pensionerat danskompani

    Stop-motion, young stand-up and coming of old age

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    In Comedy Queen, young Sasha wants to be a stand-up comedian. Documentary Calendar Girls follows Florida’s most dedicated dance team for women over 60. Bullets is a drama-thriller in the style of French ‘cinema de banlieue’, and sisters Anna and Maria von Hausswolff collaborate in Resorts. Read all about the total of 41 projects that have recently received funding.

  5. Sundance Studio

    See the Q&A's with the Swedish filmmakers selected for Sundance

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    This year's digital edition of the Sundance Film Festival featured online Q&A's with the Swedish filmmakers selected for the festival. These were recorded at the Sundance Studio in Filmhuset in Stockholm, HQ of the Swedish Film Institute, and are now available for all to see.

  6. Still from the film Arica

    Arica and Bitter Love screening at IDFA

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    Two new Swedish documentaries, Arica and Bitter Love, have been chosen for this year’s IDFA (International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam) which runs until December 6.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. Max von Sydow

    Max von Sydow, 1929-2020

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    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.

  10. Rapper Yung Lean

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

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    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.

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