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  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-11-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

12
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-12-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

13
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-13-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

14
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-14-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

15
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-15-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

16
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-16-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

17
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-17-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

18
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-18-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

19
  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-19-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

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  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-20-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

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  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-21-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

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  • Stockholms 31st internationel Film Festival 2020
    10:46 -23:59
    2020-11-22-2020-11-22
    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm film festival

    During 11-22 November 2020, the Stockholm Film Festival will occupy Stockholm’s cinemas and show around 150 films from over 60 countries. In addition to film screenings, the festival also arranges parties, seminars, Face2Face and more.

    To attend you must buy an ongoing membership first and then tickets to the movies you want to see during the festival. Purchased tickets are saved on your membership. If you do not want to become a festival member, you can instead buy a Try-on ticket, which gives you a temporary membership / ticket to a film. If you have bought Try-on tickets, you will show your order confirmation directly at the entrance to the cinema.

    If you have questions about purchased tickets, visit the festival’s FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions. If you are already a member and have questions about your membership, email [email protected]

     

    QUICK GUIDE TO THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXXI Competition

    Here you will find the filmmakers of the future! Only the most challenging and innovative directors who have made a maximum of three films can compete for this film prize, The Bronze Horse.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition

    Personal and original documentaries from around the world compete for a Bronze Horse.

    Stockholm Impact Award

    International quality films that reflect our contemporary burning issues competing for SEK 1 million and a prize designed by Ai Weiwei.

    Open Zone

    The festival’s most experienced directors compete for the prestigious FIPRESCI prize, the winner of which is chosen by the critics’ jury.

     

    American Independents

    The United States seen through the eyes of the most independent filmmakers.

     

    Icons

    Movies where the big movie stars shine the brightes.

     

    Discovery

    Powerful stories from debuting directors.

     

    Twilight Zone

    Innovative, scary and twisted genre film.

     

    Documania

    Reality stories captured on film.

     

    Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition

    Short films from all over the world compete in this cahegory.

     

    FACE2FACE

    During the festival, there are many visiting filmmakers who want to meet their audience. After some film screenings, the director or actor from the film is interviewed for about 15 minutes, when the audience also has a chance to ask questions.

     

    RED CARPET

    A Red Carpet screening is a gala screening of the festival’s biggest films. 30 minutes before the show, there is a mingling in Skandia’s foyer where drinks and snacks are offered. A Red Carpet show often has visits from filmmakers or actors for a subsequent Face2Face. All members have the opportunity to buy a ticket to the gala screenings.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    With Skolbio, the Stockholm Film Festival guards the film and the cinema as a cultural form and platform for discussions. Film is a tool well worth using in school to discuss our existence and different types of power structures. Through a special offer aimed at school classes from year 9 and high school, the festival offers all school students from 15 years and up to watch brand new film from around the world during the festival at a very favorable price. This also includes an annual card for the festival. Accompanying teachers have free admission.

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia
    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset
    Borgvägen 1

    Alma’s Park
    Sturegatan 18

    Zita
    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture
    Birger Jarlsgatan 41

    Bio Rio
    Hornstulls beach 3

    Capitol
    St. Eriksgatan 82

    The festival cinemas open 30 minutes before the first screening every day from 11 to 22 November.

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