Svenska Filminstitutet stärker filmen i alla led. Vi stödjer produktion av ny film samt distribution och visning av värdefull film, bevarar och tillgängliggör det svenska filmarvet och representerar svensk film internationellt. Guldbaggen är Sveriges främsta filmpris och delas sedan 1964 ut av Filminstitutet för framstående insatser inom den svenska filmen. Filminstitutet står även bakom Svensk Filmdatabas, den bästa källan till information om svensk film. Läs mer: filminstitutet.se, svenskfilmdatabas.se, guldbaggen.se
Press Release Published: 2020-06-16 16:05 CEST
At this years Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes, the Swedish Film Institute will co-host a webinar on inclusion in the film industry, as a follow up on the progress of the 50/50 by 2020 movement. Creating the New Normal: Intersectionality in the Film Industry, featuring amongst others Swedish Film Institute CEO Anna Serner, will take place on Monday June 22 and be open to the public.
Press Release Published: 2020-06-11 09:23 CEST
The latest projects to be granted production 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 on surrogate motherhood. And more.
Press Release Published: 2020-06-03 19:42 CEST
Today the Cannes Film Festival announced its Official Selection for 2020. Swedish filmmaker Ninja Thyberg's debut feature Pleasure, set in the American porn industry, has been selected. Three Swedish co-productions were also included: Sweat by Magnus von Horn, Another Round by Thomas Vinterberg and Flee by Jonas Poher Rasmussen.
Press Release Published: 2020-05-12 09:56 CEST
In 2018 the Swedish Film Institute launched Wild Card, a funding initiative enabling new film school graduates to develop a feature film idea. For the third consecutive year, Wild Card is now continuing to find the unique Swedish film voices of tomorrow. Applications open on 1 June, and the selected projects will be announced during the Stockholm Film Festival Industry Days in November.
Press Release Published: 2020-04-02 14:00 CEST
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, the documentary The Choir (Kören) by Amanda Pesikan about the Tensta Gospel Choir, and 14 short films.
Industry Announcement Published: 2018-06-13 16:00 CEST
Steffen Andersen-Møller is to be the new Head of International Department at the Swedish Film Institute from 13 August this year.