Stockholm Industry Days Nov 15-17th

Stockholm is the epicentre for the Scandinavian film industry and the home for big parts of the industry in Sweden. Our large international selection of films along with a broad network within the industry has made the Stockholm International Film Festival to the natural meeting place for the Swedish film industry. We're focusing on bringing the vivid industry closer together with producers, distributors and sales agents from all over the world. We're showcasing on-going projects in our Works in Progress and introduces the next generation of Swedish filmmakers as a part of our talent and development program.

Read our digital Industry Guide for mor information about our events. All RSVP:s can be found here.

You can buy your accreditation pass here.

Industry Days – Schedule November 15–17 

This year's Industry Days will mostly take place at Filmhuset (Mauritz).  
Buy your accreditation here if you have not done so yet!

With your Industry Pass you'll get access to a variety of different events, including the screenings (subject to availability), and also to our Festival on Demand-platform, where you'll find a selection of films. 

NOVEMBER 14-17th

Digital Event
FILMMAKERS OF UKRAINE: DIGITAL INTERVIEWS
Available via Festival on Demand.

NOVEMBER 15th

10:00–10:30
MEET THE STREAMERS: PRIME VIDEO (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
Karin Lindström, Head of Originals Nordic, talks about Prime Video and their plans and strategy for Sweden going forward.  
RSVP here!

11:00–11.30
MEET THE STREAMERS: WARNER BROS. DISCOVERY (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
Meet Axel Eriksson, Vice President Content & Programming at Warner Bros. Discovery Sweden, and hear his thoughts on the future of Swedish streaming.
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12:00–12.30
MEET THE STREAMERS: VIAPLAY GROUP (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
Join us as Camilla Rydbacken, SVP Scripted Content, shares their vision for what lies ahead.
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13:30–16:30
WORKS IN PROGRESS: UKRAINE (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
In collaboration with Odesa International Film Festival we display ten on-going film projects from Ukrainian filmmakers. One winner will be awarded a 100.000 SEK-prize as financial support.
RSVP here!

15:00–18:00
1 KM FILM (Sture 1)
One of the country’s biggest short film prizes is awarded to one of our ten nominees. They’re competing with a pitch for an upcoming project, and we will also be screening a previous short film from each director, to highlight their talents.
This event is subject to availability. Buy your tickets here!

17:00–18:00
MASTERCLASS WITH TARIK SALEH (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
Join us for an unforgettable experience with one of Sweden’s most prominent filmmakers, as Tarik Saleh (»Boy from Heaven«, »The Nile Hilton Incident« shares his expertise in screenwriting.
RSVP here!

18:00–20:00
Cocktail with the Swedish Union for Performing Arts and Film and The Writers Guild of Sweden (Foajén, Filmhuset by A House)
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NOVEMBER 16th

09:00–11:00
WORKSHOP: STORYTELLING THROUGH FILM WITH NIKON: (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
In this workshop, Andyax will break down some of their latest projects shot with the Nikon Z9.  
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11:30–12:30
VISIONS IN SWEDISH CINEMA (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
Join this seminar and listen to filmmakers, critics, producers and other influential and innovative people from the film industry discuss future prospects and challenges for the Swedish film industry.
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13:30–14:30
MASTERCLASS WITH ALI ABBASI (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
Join us for an inspiring masterclass with the truly innovative filmmaker Ali Abbasi (»Holy Spider«, »Border«), as he shares his experience and insights with us. 
RSVP here!

15:00–18:00
SEMINAR: LOOKING BACK, LOOKING FORWARD (Victor, Filmhuset)
In this seminar we will focus on the past, present and future of the landscape of cinema. Joining us are Swedish and international filmmakers, documentary filmmakers and film experts. We will end the segment by announcing this year’s Wild Card Winners!
RSVP here!

For digital event, RSVP here!

18:00–20:00
Wild Card Winner Cocktail (Foajén, Filmhuset by A House)
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NOVEMBER 17th

10:00–11:00
FILM PANEL (Mauritz, Filmhuset) 
More information will follow …

11:00–12:30
PANEL: CULTURAL POLICIES IN A TIME OF WAR (Klarabiografen, Kulturhuset)
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11.00–12.30
PANEL: WRITING FOR THE SMALL SCREEN: (Mauritz, Filmhuset) 
In this panel discussion we will be joined by EliSophie Andrée, Lisa Langstedt and Lisa Linnertorp, who each have their own experience in writing for the small screen. 
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14:00–15.30
WORKS IN PROGRESS (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
This part of the festival is dedicated to showcasing five new and exciting projects created by Nordic and international filmmakers, both promising newcomers and experienced veterans.  
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16:30–18:00
WORKS IN PROGRESS: FILM STOCKHOLM AND FILM PÅ GOTLAND (Mauritz, Filmhuset)
During this Works in Progress, three filmmakers from Film på Gotland and three from Film Stockholm Debut will present their projects in the making.
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18:00–21:00
Industry Mingle with Film Stockholm Debut och Film på Gotland (Studio F, Filmhuset by A House)
RSVP here!

Industry Office is now open!

Our Industry Office is the place to pick up your Industry Badge. It's located at Kulturhuset, Sergels torg, 2nd floor, outside of Klarabiografen.

Opening hours are:
Nov 9–14, 12:00–15:00 
Nov 18–20, 12:00–15:00

During our Industry Days (15–17 nov) you can pick up your badge at Filmhuset instead.

Questions? Please e-mail industry@stockholmfilmfestival.se.

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