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  • Halloween at Gröna Lund 2019
    10:00 -22:00
    2019-11-01

    Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden

    Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gröna Lund Halloween english

    Between October 18 and November 3 (entire autumn school break), Gröna Lund will be open for Halloween celebrations. All attractions will be open and the park will be decorated in various Halloween themes, where “Lilla Området” (small area) targets the younger visitors and will be filled with pumpkins, witches, and scarecrows. Pettson o Findus Värld takes on a spookier theme and Teatern (the theatre) has a magical kid’s show twice daily.

     

    In “Stora Området” (big area), brave souls can visit four haunted houses, where the House of Even Worse Nightmares has new frights, “Blå Tåget” (the blue train) “Lustiga Huset” (fun house) is transformed into “Olustiga Huset” (not-so-fun house), and the haunted house on water, Skeppet (the ship) returns.
    Those who dare can also embark themselves in the new horror house. Gröna Lund promises a new level of fright, so be careful!

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  • Vegovision
    10:00 -18:00
    2019-11-02-2019-11-03

    Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden

    Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden

    Vegovision Stockholm

    Vegovision – Animal Rights Fair for animal-friendly choices – at the Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, November 2-3, 2019

     

    Visit the fair to meet amazing program guests and exhibitors who showcase the latest in food, fashion, health and much more. Sample a wide range of new products and take advantage of discount prices that are unique to the fair.

    Vegovision is about gathering inspiration that can lead to more animal-friendly choices in everyday life, without the feeling that something has to be given up. It is also a day to celebrate vego joy and animals together! A weekend and fair for all ages.

     

    TIMES
    Saturday November 2 at. 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    Sunday, November 3 at. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    PLACE
    Münchenbryggeriet
    Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2
    Stockholm

    TICKETS
    Purchased on site: SEK 140 for Saturday / SEK 120 for Sunday – children up to the age of 13 and pensioners enter for free.
    Members of the Animal Rights go free, if you are not already a member, you can join before the fair at https://interact.djurensratt.se/medlem/vegovision

  • Day Of The Death at Etnografiska / Día de Muertos
    11:00 -17:00
    2019-11-02

    Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden

    Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden

    día de muertos day of the death etnografiska stockholm

    Tickets for the dance and music show will be released on October 2, 2019. Free admission to the museum.

     

    Celebrate The Dead Day at the Ethnografiska Museum with several activities over the weekend.

    Here, among other things, music, crafts market and sales of pan de muerto / Day of the Death special bread, an altar with offerings and creative workshop for all children are offered.

  • Shockholm 2019
    15:30 -18:45
    2019-11-02

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Shockholm kungsträdgården stockholm halloween

    Scandinavia’s Largest Halloween Festival & Parade, on the streets of Stockholm for its 9th year on a row!!!

     

    See more at www.shockholm.se

  • Shockholm 2019 – Scandinavia’s Largest Halloween Festival & Parade
    15:30 -18:45
    2019-11-02

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    Shockholm kungsträdgården stockholm halloween

    Scandinavia’s Largest Halloween Festival & Parade, it its 9th edition!!!

     

    See more at www.shockholm.se

    Make sure to checkout our crazy competitions!
    Best costume!
    Best doggie in costume!🐶
    And Shockholm Bites 2019!

  • K.Flay @ Nalen
    20:00 -23:59
    2019-11-02

    Regeringsgatan 74, 111 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Regeringsgatan 74, 111 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    K.Flay Stockholm

    Two times Grammy-nominated K.Flay, who was most recently in Sweden when she opened for Imagine Dragons on a packed Globe, is going on tour!

     

    Raw, rebellious, energetic and absolutely fantastic – it’s a pretty reasonable summary of K.Flay and her genre-transcending music. K.Flay is both singer and songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, when K.Flay debuted it was with a rap mixtape in 2004. Her success on the rap scene was unexpectedly immediate, and after a number of mixtapes K.Flay began to understand that music was her calling. While moving around the United States (from Chicago via San Fransisco to Brooklyn), she experimented with her music style, landing in a rocky indie hip hop that few other artists can handle.

     

    Her hard-to-define – but still fantastic – music is as much rock as hip-hop and indie and has, paradoxically, shared a stage with artists like Snoop Dogg and Passion Pit. The latest album “Every Where is Some Where” (2017) featured several mega songs, including “High Enough” and the Grammy-nominated single “Blood in the Cut”.

    At the beginning of the year she released a new single, “Bad Vibes”, during the summer came the new album “SOLUTIONS”.

    Support: Your Smith

    295 SEK + service
    Nalen Club, 18 years
    Drop in at 8pm, concert start around 9pm

  • More events
    • Vegovision
      10:00 -18:00
      2019-11-02-2019-11-03
      Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden
      Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden
      Vegovision Stockholm

      Vegovision – Animal Rights Fair for animal-friendly choices – at the Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, November 2-3, 2019

       

      Visit the fair to meet amazing program guests and exhibitors who showcase the latest in food, fashion, health and much more. Sample a wide range of new products and take advantage of discount prices that are unique to the fair.

      Vegovision is about gathering inspiration that can lead to more animal-friendly choices in everyday life, without the feeling that something has to be given up. It is also a day to celebrate vego joy and animals together! A weekend and fair for all ages.

       

      TIMES
      Saturday November 2 at. 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
      Sunday, November 3 at. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

      PLACE
      Münchenbryggeriet
      Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2
      Stockholm

      TICKETS
      Purchased on site: SEK 140 for Saturday / SEK 120 for Sunday – children up to the age of 13 and pensioners enter for free.
      Members of the Animal Rights go free, if you are not already a member, you can join before the fair at https://interact.djurensratt.se/medlem/vegovision

    • Day Of The Death at Etnografiska / Día de Muertos
      11:00 -17:00
      2019-11-02
      Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden
      Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden
      día de muertos day of the death etnografiska stockholm

      Tickets for the dance and music show will be released on October 2, 2019. Free admission to the museum.

       

      Celebrate The Dead Day at the Ethnografiska Museum with several activities over the weekend.

      Here, among other things, music, crafts market and sales of pan de muerto / Day of the Death special bread, an altar with offerings and creative workshop for all children are offered.

    • Shockholm 2019
      15:30 -18:45
      2019-11-02
      Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
      Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
      Shockholm kungsträdgården stockholm halloween

      Scandinavia’s Largest Halloween Festival & Parade, on the streets of Stockholm for its 9th year on a row!!!

       

      See more at www.shockholm.se

    • Shockholm 2019 - Scandinavia's Largest Halloween Festival & Parade
      15:30 -18:45
      2019-11-02
      Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden
      Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden
      Shockholm kungsträdgården stockholm halloween

      Scandinavia’s Largest Halloween Festival & Parade, it its 9th edition!!!

       

      See more at www.shockholm.se

      Make sure to checkout our crazy competitions!
      Best costume!
      Best doggie in costume!🐶
      And Shockholm Bites 2019!

    • K.Flay @ Nalen
      20:00 -23:59
      2019-11-02
      Regeringsgatan 74, 111 39 Stockholm, Sweden
      Regeringsgatan 74, 111 39 Stockholm, Sweden
      K.Flay Stockholm

      Two times Grammy-nominated K.Flay, who was most recently in Sweden when she opened for Imagine Dragons on a packed Globe, is going on tour!

       

      Raw, rebellious, energetic and absolutely fantastic – it’s a pretty reasonable summary of K.Flay and her genre-transcending music. K.Flay is both singer and songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, when K.Flay debuted it was with a rap mixtape in 2004. Her success on the rap scene was unexpectedly immediate, and after a number of mixtapes K.Flay began to understand that music was her calling. While moving around the United States (from Chicago via San Fransisco to Brooklyn), she experimented with her music style, landing in a rocky indie hip hop that few other artists can handle.

       

      Her hard-to-define – but still fantastic – music is as much rock as hip-hop and indie and has, paradoxically, shared a stage with artists like Snoop Dogg and Passion Pit. The latest album “Every Where is Some Where” (2017) featured several mega songs, including “High Enough” and the Grammy-nominated single “Blood in the Cut”.

      At the beginning of the year she released a new single, “Bad Vibes”, during the summer came the new album “SOLUTIONS”.

      Support: Your Smith

      295 SEK + service
      Nalen Club, 18 years
      Drop in at 8pm, concert start around 9pm

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  • Vegovision
    10:00 -18:00
    2019-11-03-2019-11-03

    Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden

    Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden

    Vegovision Stockholm

    Vegovision – Animal Rights Fair for animal-friendly choices – at the Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, November 2-3, 2019

     

    Visit the fair to meet amazing program guests and exhibitors who showcase the latest in food, fashion, health and much more. Sample a wide range of new products and take advantage of discount prices that are unique to the fair.

    Vegovision is about gathering inspiration that can lead to more animal-friendly choices in everyday life, without the feeling that something has to be given up. It is also a day to celebrate vego joy and animals together! A weekend and fair for all ages.

     

    TIMES
    Saturday November 2 at. 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    Sunday, November 3 at. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    PLACE
    Münchenbryggeriet
    Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2
    Stockholm

    TICKETS
    Purchased on site: SEK 140 for Saturday / SEK 120 for Sunday – children up to the age of 13 and pensioners enter for free.
    Members of the Animal Rights go free, if you are not already a member, you can join before the fair at https://interact.djurensratt.se/medlem/vegovision

  • Day Of The Death at Etnografiska / Día de Muertos
    10:00 -17:00
    2019-11-03

    Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden

    Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden

    día de muertos day of the death etnografiska stockholm

    Tickets for the dance and music show will be released on October 2, 2019. Free admission to the museum.

     

    Celebrate The Dead Day at the Ethnografiska Museum with several activities over the weekend.

    Here, among other things, music, crafts market and sales of pan de muerto / Day of the Death special bread, an altar with offerings and creative workshop for all children are offered.

  • Halloween at Gröna Lund 2019
    12:00 -20:00
    2019-11-03

    Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden

    Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gröna Lund Halloween english

    Between October 18 and November 3 (entire autumn school break), Gröna Lund will be open for Halloween celebrations. All attractions will be open and the park will be decorated in various Halloween themes, where “Lilla Området” (small area) targets the younger visitors and will be filled with pumpkins, witches, and scarecrows. Pettson o Findus Värld takes on a spookier theme and Teatern (the theatre) has a magical kid’s show twice daily.

     

    In “Stora Området” (big area), brave souls can visit four haunted houses, where the House of Even Worse Nightmares has new frights, “Blå Tåget” (the blue train) “Lustiga Huset” (fun house) is transformed into “Olustiga Huset” (not-so-fun house), and the haunted house on water, Skeppet (the ship) returns.
    Those who dare can also embark themselves in the new horror house. Gröna Lund promises a new level of fright, so be careful!

  • From Broadway to Duvemåla
    16:00 -19:00
    2019-11-03

    Cirkus, Djurgårdsslätten, Stockholm, Sweden

    Cirkus, Djurgårdsslätten, Stockholm, Sweden

    “From Broadway to the Duvemåla” the success show where great emotions meet equally large voices in the most beloved hits from the musical world. A big part of the success is that the concert is constantly changing as the constellation of participating artists changes for each season.

     

    Everything started as a one-off event when the singer and producer Viktoria Tocca set up “From Broadway to Duvemåla” at the Berwaldhallen in Stockholm in the spring of 2016 – now the performance goes into its eighth season. After playing for sold out houses around Sweden for four years.

  • More events
    • Vegovision
      10:00 -18:00
      2019-11-03-2019-11-03
      Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden
      Münchenbryggeriet Event & Konferens, Torkel Knutssonsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden
      Vegovision Stockholm

      Vegovision – Animal Rights Fair for animal-friendly choices – at the Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, November 2-3, 2019

       

      Visit the fair to meet amazing program guests and exhibitors who showcase the latest in food, fashion, health and much more. Sample a wide range of new products and take advantage of discount prices that are unique to the fair.

      Vegovision is about gathering inspiration that can lead to more animal-friendly choices in everyday life, without the feeling that something has to be given up. It is also a day to celebrate vego joy and animals together! A weekend and fair for all ages.

       

      TIMES
      Saturday November 2 at. 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
      Sunday, November 3 at. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

      PLACE
      Münchenbryggeriet
      Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2
      Stockholm

      TICKETS
      Purchased on site: SEK 140 for Saturday / SEK 120 for Sunday – children up to the age of 13 and pensioners enter for free.
      Members of the Animal Rights go free, if you are not already a member, you can join before the fair at https://interact.djurensratt.se/medlem/vegovision

    • Day Of The Death at Etnografiska / Día de Muertos
      10:00 -17:00
      2019-11-03
      Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden
      Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 34, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden
      día de muertos day of the death etnografiska stockholm

      Tickets for the dance and music show will be released on October 2, 2019. Free admission to the museum.

       

      Celebrate The Dead Day at the Ethnografiska Museum with several activities over the weekend.

      Here, among other things, music, crafts market and sales of pan de muerto / Day of the Death special bread, an altar with offerings and creative workshop for all children are offered.

    • Halloween at Gröna Lund 2019
      12:00 -20:00
      2019-11-03
      Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
      Lilla Allmänna Gränd 9, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
      Gröna Lund Halloween english

      Between October 18 and November 3 (entire autumn school break), Gröna Lund will be open for Halloween celebrations. All attractions will be open and the park will be decorated in various Halloween themes, where “Lilla Området” (small area) targets the younger visitors and will be filled with pumpkins, witches, and scarecrows. Pettson o Findus Värld takes on a spookier theme and Teatern (the theatre) has a magical kid’s show twice daily.

       

      In “Stora Området” (big area), brave souls can visit four haunted houses, where the House of Even Worse Nightmares has new frights, “Blå Tåget” (the blue train) “Lustiga Huset” (fun house) is transformed into “Olustiga Huset” (not-so-fun house), and the haunted house on water, Skeppet (the ship) returns.
      Those who dare can also embark themselves in the new horror house. Gröna Lund promises a new level of fright, so be careful!

    • From Broadway to Duvemåla
      16:00 -19:00
      2019-11-03
      Cirkus, Djurgårdsslätten, Stockholm, Sweden
      Cirkus, Djurgårdsslätten, Stockholm, Sweden

      “From Broadway to the Duvemåla” the success show where great emotions meet equally large voices in the most beloved hits from the musical world. A big part of the success is that the concert is constantly changing as the constellation of participating artists changes for each season.

       

      Everything started as a one-off event when the singer and producer Viktoria Tocca set up “From Broadway to Duvemåla” at the Berwaldhallen in Stockholm in the spring of 2016 – now the performance goes into its eighth season. After playing for sold out houses around Sweden for four years.

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  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-06-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

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  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-07-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

  • Elder Island @ Obaren
    18:00 -23:00
    2019-11-07

    Obaren, Sturehof, Nybrogatan, Stockholm, Sweden

    Obaren, Sturehof, Nybrogatan, Stockholm, Sweden

    Elder Island Stockholm Obaren

    The trio from Bristol ELDER ISLAND delivers a fantastic mix of dream pop and techno where mpc beats meet a myriad of synth, guitar, bass and cello.

    They released their debut album The Omnitone Collection in February this year and are finally coming to Stockholm on their world tour.

    This band will be something big. Don’t miss them on Obaren November 7!

  • Opening Reception: Love Lundell & C-print
    18:00 -20:00
    2019-11-07

    Västra Trädgårdsgatan 4A, 111 53 Stockholm, Sweden

    Västra Trädgårdsgatan 4A, 111 53 Stockholm, Sweden

    Opening Reception: Love Lundell & C-print

    Opening Reception, November 7, 6 – 8 PM

    WG.102
    Love Lundell
    Sentimentally Yours, The Red Forest

    This autumn Love Lundell will present a new series of work in the exhibition Sentimentally Yours, Red Forest at Wetterling Galllery. The series is about times of transition, the period between childhood and adulthood. Memories of sexual awakening and places connected to these memories. Or the emotion of being trapped in this stage of transition.

    Love Lundell’s collaged paintings, drawings and prints unfold in their own world. Dreamlike, mystical and surreal, yet also anchored in the everyday, his evocative scenes draw the viewer in and hold them back simultaneously. Employing a collage technique, Lundell creates his intriguing wonderlands by sampling images from various sources and recontextualizing them to suggest a hallucinatory inner reality. He draws on his childhood memories, dreams, books and the internet for inspiration. Where his early works were densely packed with detail, calling to mind a curio shop, his recent series comprises more pared down, atmospheric compositions imbued with intense colours. Lundell was born in Stockholm in 1981 and attended Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, Norway. He lives and works in Stockholm.

    WG.Project 21
    Curated by C-print
    All Disco Dance Must End In Broken Bones

    With a wry and darkly humorous title lent from Whale’s 1998 indie album, All Disco Dance Must End In Broken Bones, presents as a group exhibition about gaining traction and accelerating to live your “best life”. Be it that this need for speed is to go ”all in” to pursue your intrinsic urges and desires hedonistically, or question being rather of truthful self-realization to be who you are and want to be, at the end of the day. Possessing often an immediate depictive quality, the works are layered, connoting directly to one thing at face value, while each being informed by a specific narrative of their own that go beyond what is seen at glance.

    Participating in the group exhibition are Gethin Wyn Jones, Seroconversion, Philip Dufva, Carla Garlaschi, Karon Nilzén Jonsson and Theodor Ander. The group exhibition is curated by C-print.

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  • Sthlm Food & Wine 2019
    10:00 -17:00
    2019-11-08-2019-11-10

    Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

    Enjoy great flavours with close friends

    Join the best tasting event in the Nordics.

  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-08-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

9
  • Sthlm Food & Wine 2019
    10:00 -17:00
    2019-11-09-2019-11-10

    Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

    Enjoy great flavours with close friends

    Join the best tasting event in the Nordics.

  • Stockholm Coffee Festival 2019
    10:00 -17:00
    2019-11-09

    Östermalmsgatan 26A, 114 26 Stockholm, Sweden

    Östermalmsgatan 26A, 114 26 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Coffee festival

    It’s back again! The Stockholm Coffee Festival is back for another year of curiosity, community, and of course – COFFEE!

    Swing by A-House on Saturday 9th of November to meet your favourite Swedish Roasters, try your hand and some cutting edge coffee tech, and enjoy a great time with fellow coffee lovers.

    All are welcome! Whether you’ve never had a drop of coffee in your life or you’re downing 10 cups a day – you’re sure to find something to enjoy! Even better – once again we have FREE ENTRY!

  • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
    12:00 -15:00
    2019-11-09-2019-11-14

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

    Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

  • Bollywood Flashmob 2019
    13:00 -16:00
    2019-11-09

    Järnvägsstation, Centralplan 15, 111 20 Stockholm, Sweden

    Järnvägsstation, Centralplan 15, 111 20 Stockholm, Sweden

    2nd edition of Bollywood Flashmob.

    Dancing to famous Bollywood songs and making public dance too. Join the fun!

    Take pride in what you do and do it with passion.

    Register here:
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScmGdGvsK5BFOhV8PStkxuxIgRRwndTfi8Rb7TOB7W2ZWdHKw/viewform?usp=sf_link
    OR
    Write to bollyfunksweden@gmail.com to participate.

  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-09-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

  • Unique film screening on ice in Kungsträdgården
    16:00 -18:00
    2019-11-09

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    ice screening kungsträdgården Stockholm film festival

    Stockholm Internatinonal Film Festival is arranging a Winter Cinema at an ice screen in Kungsträdgården, during the weekend November 9-10. The actress Rosanna Arquette opens the Winter Cinema, November 9th at 4:00 pm, as the sun sets over Stockholm. The event is free with the purpose of screening quality cinema to the wider audience. The ice is harvested from Torneälven in Jukkasjärvi and weighs 6 tons. 

     

    – Ten years ago, we created an unforgettable moment for the Stockholmers when Susan Sarandon visited the festival and opened the world’s first ice screen at our 20th Anniversary. This year, we treat everyone on a sparkling cinematic experience, and my only worry is that the ice screen will melt because of all cinema-love that will be spread by the audience in Kungsträdgården, says Git Scheynius, Festival Director at Stockholm Film Festival.

     

    November 9-10 the fountain in Kungsträdgården will transform into a movie theatre with lined up benches that the public can enjoy the screenings on. The films that will be screened is After Hours (1985) and The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). The audience is encouraged to bring warm clothes and blankets to sit on.

    The 6 000 tons heavy blocks of ice have been transported 1227 kilometers, from Tornälven in Jukkasjärvi. The construction of the ice screen starts November 9th, 5:00 am.

    Dates and time schedule for the Winter Cinema:  

    Saturday, November 9th at 4:00 pm
    After Hours (1985) Rosanna Arquette opens the ice screen

    Sunday, November 10th at 4:00 pm
    The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

  • More events
    • Sthlm Food & Wine 2019
      10:00 -17:00
      2019-11-09-2019-11-10
      Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden
      Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

      Enjoy great flavours with close friends

      Join the best tasting event in the Nordics.

    • Stockholm Coffee Festival 2019
      10:00 -17:00
      2019-11-09
      Östermalmsgatan 26A, 114 26 Stockholm, Sweden
      Östermalmsgatan 26A, 114 26 Stockholm, Sweden
      Stockholm Coffee festival

      It’s back again! The Stockholm Coffee Festival is back for another year of curiosity, community, and of course – COFFEE!

      Swing by A-House on Saturday 9th of November to meet your favourite Swedish Roasters, try your hand and some cutting edge coffee tech, and enjoy a great time with fellow coffee lovers.

      All are welcome! Whether you’ve never had a drop of coffee in your life or you’re downing 10 cups a day – you’re sure to find something to enjoy! Even better – once again we have FREE ENTRY!

    • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
      12:00 -15:00
      2019-11-09-2019-11-14
      Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden
      Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

      Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

      Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

    • Bollywood Flashmob 2019
      13:00 -16:00
      2019-11-09
      Järnvägsstation, Centralplan 15, 111 20 Stockholm, Sweden
      Järnvägsstation, Centralplan 15, 111 20 Stockholm, Sweden

      2nd edition of Bollywood Flashmob.

      Dancing to famous Bollywood songs and making public dance too. Join the fun!

      Take pride in what you do and do it with passion.

      Register here:
      https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScmGdGvsK5BFOhV8PStkxuxIgRRwndTfi8Rb7TOB7W2ZWdHKw/viewform?usp=sf_link
      OR
      Write to bollyfunksweden@gmail.com to participate.

    • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
      14:00 -22:00
      2019-11-09-2019-11-17
      Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
      Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
      Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

      Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

       

      A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

      Stockholm XXIX Competition

      A section for new and groundbreaking directors

      Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

      A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

      Stockholm Impact

      Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

      Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

      A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

      Special Events

      From Bergman to new promising directors

      Open Zone

      The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

      American Independents

      The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

      Icons

      A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

      Discovery

      Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

      Documania

      The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

      1 KM Film

      A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

       

      FACE2FACE

      The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

       

      RED CARPET

      It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

      Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

       

      FRIDAY GALA

      Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

       

      BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

      Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

       

      SCHOOL CINEMA

      The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

      The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

      For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

       

      CINEMAS

      Skandia

      Drottninggatan 82

      Filmhuset

      Borgvägen 1

      Klarabiografen

      Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

      Zita

      Birger Jarlsgatan 37

      Sture

      Birger Jarlsgatan 37

      Bio Rio

      Hornstulls strand 3

       

      Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

       

      Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

      Full program:
      www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

      Buy your membership card at:
      http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

    • Unique film screening on ice in Kungsträdgården
      16:00 -18:00
      2019-11-09
      Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden
      Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden
      ice screening kungsträdgården Stockholm film festival

      Stockholm Internatinonal Film Festival is arranging a Winter Cinema at an ice screen in Kungsträdgården, during the weekend November 9-10. The actress Rosanna Arquette opens the Winter Cinema, November 9th at 4:00 pm, as the sun sets over Stockholm. The event is free with the purpose of screening quality cinema to the wider audience. The ice is harvested from Torneälven in Jukkasjärvi and weighs 6 tons. 

       

      – Ten years ago, we created an unforgettable moment for the Stockholmers when Susan Sarandon visited the festival and opened the world’s first ice screen at our 20th Anniversary. This year, we treat everyone on a sparkling cinematic experience, and my only worry is that the ice screen will melt because of all cinema-love that will be spread by the audience in Kungsträdgården, says Git Scheynius, Festival Director at Stockholm Film Festival.

       

      November 9-10 the fountain in Kungsträdgården will transform into a movie theatre with lined up benches that the public can enjoy the screenings on. The films that will be screened is After Hours (1985) and The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). The audience is encouraged to bring warm clothes and blankets to sit on.

      The 6 000 tons heavy blocks of ice have been transported 1227 kilometers, from Tornälven in Jukkasjärvi. The construction of the ice screen starts November 9th, 5:00 am.

      Dates and time schedule for the Winter Cinema:  

      Saturday, November 9th at 4:00 pm
      After Hours (1985) Rosanna Arquette opens the ice screen

      Sunday, November 10th at 4:00 pm
      The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

10
  • Sthlm Food & Wine 2019
    10:00 -17:00
    2019-11-10-2019-11-10

    Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

    Enjoy great flavours with close friends

    Join the best tasting event in the Nordics.

  • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
    12:00 -15:00
    2019-11-10-2019-11-14

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

    Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-10-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

  • Unique film screening on ice in Kungsträdgården
    16:00 -18:00
    2019-11-10

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    ice screening kungsträdgården Stockholm film festival

    Stockholm Internatinonal Film Festival is arranging a Winter Cinema at an ice screen in Kungsträdgården, during the weekend November 9-10. The actress Rosanna Arquette opens the Winter Cinema, November 9th at 4:00 pm, as the sun sets over Stockholm. The event is free with the purpose of screening quality cinema to the wider audience. The ice is harvested from Torneälven in Jukkasjärvi and weighs 6 tons. 

     

    – Ten years ago, we created an unforgettable moment for the Stockholmers when Susan Sarandon visited the festival and opened the world’s first ice screen at our 20th Anniversary. This year, we treat everyone on a sparkling cinematic experience, and my only worry is that the ice screen will melt because of all cinema-love that will be spread by the audience in Kungsträdgården, says Git Scheynius, Festival Director at Stockholm Film Festival.

     

    November 9-10 the fountain in Kungsträdgården will transform into a movie theatre with lined up benches that the public can enjoy the screenings on. The films that will be screened is After Hours (1985) and The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). The audience is encouraged to bring warm clothes and blankets to sit on.

    The 6 000 tons heavy blocks of ice have been transported 1227 kilometers, from Tornälven in Jukkasjärvi. The construction of the ice screen starts November 9th, 5:00 am.

    Dates and time schedule for the Winter Cinema:  

    Saturday, November 9th at 4:00 pm
    After Hours (1985) Rosanna Arquette opens the ice screen

    Sunday, November 10th at 4:00 pm
    The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

  • More events
    • Sthlm Food & Wine 2019
      10:00 -17:00
      2019-11-10-2019-11-10
      Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden
      Stockholmsmässan, Parkeringsvägen, Stockholm, Sweden

      Enjoy great flavours with close friends

      Join the best tasting event in the Nordics.

    • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
      12:00 -15:00
      2019-11-10-2019-11-14
      Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden
      Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

      Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

      Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

    • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
      14:00 -22:00
      2019-11-10-2019-11-17
      Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
      Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden
      Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

      Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

       

      A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

      Stockholm XXIX Competition

      A section for new and groundbreaking directors

      Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

      A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

      Stockholm Impact

      Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

      Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

      A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

      Special Events

      From Bergman to new promising directors

      Open Zone

      The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

      American Independents

      The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

      Icons

      A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

      Discovery

      Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

      Documania

      The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

      1 KM Film

      A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

       

      FACE2FACE

      The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

       

      RED CARPET

      It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

      Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

       

      FRIDAY GALA

      Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

       

      BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

      Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

       

      SCHOOL CINEMA

      The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

      The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

      For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

       

      CINEMAS

      Skandia

      Drottninggatan 82

      Filmhuset

      Borgvägen 1

      Klarabiografen

      Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

      Zita

      Birger Jarlsgatan 37

      Sture

      Birger Jarlsgatan 37

      Bio Rio

      Hornstulls strand 3

       

      Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

       

      Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

      Full program:
      www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

      Buy your membership card at:
      http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

    • Unique film screening on ice in Kungsträdgården
      16:00 -18:00
      2019-11-10
      Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden
      Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden
      ice screening kungsträdgården Stockholm film festival

      Stockholm Internatinonal Film Festival is arranging a Winter Cinema at an ice screen in Kungsträdgården, during the weekend November 9-10. The actress Rosanna Arquette opens the Winter Cinema, November 9th at 4:00 pm, as the sun sets over Stockholm. The event is free with the purpose of screening quality cinema to the wider audience. The ice is harvested from Torneälven in Jukkasjärvi and weighs 6 tons. 

       

      – Ten years ago, we created an unforgettable moment for the Stockholmers when Susan Sarandon visited the festival and opened the world’s first ice screen at our 20th Anniversary. This year, we treat everyone on a sparkling cinematic experience, and my only worry is that the ice screen will melt because of all cinema-love that will be spread by the audience in Kungsträdgården, says Git Scheynius, Festival Director at Stockholm Film Festival.

       

      November 9-10 the fountain in Kungsträdgården will transform into a movie theatre with lined up benches that the public can enjoy the screenings on. The films that will be screened is After Hours (1985) and The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). The audience is encouraged to bring warm clothes and blankets to sit on.

      The 6 000 tons heavy blocks of ice have been transported 1227 kilometers, from Tornälven in Jukkasjärvi. The construction of the ice screen starts November 9th, 5:00 am.

      Dates and time schedule for the Winter Cinema:  

      Saturday, November 9th at 4:00 pm
      After Hours (1985) Rosanna Arquette opens the ice screen

      Sunday, November 10th at 4:00 pm
      The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

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  • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
    12:00 -15:00
    2019-11-11-2019-11-14

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

    Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-11-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

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  • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
    12:00 -15:00
    2019-11-12-2019-11-14

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

    Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-12-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

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  • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
    12:00 -15:00
    2019-11-13-2019-11-14

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

    Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-13-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

  • Avishai Cohen Trio @ Berwaldhallen
    20:00 -22:00
    2019-11-13

    Berwaldhallen, Dag Hammarskjölds väg, Stockholm, Sweden

    Berwaldhallen, Dag Hammarskjölds väg, Stockholm, Sweden

    Avishai Cohen trio jazz Stockholm

    Avishai Cohen Trio

    Concert time: 20:00
    Doors 19:00

    —–
    Israeli world bassist and composer Avishai Cohen returns to Stockholm along with a newly released record and new trio! This time for a unique concert in one of the most pleasing stages in the city, Berwaldhallen.

    From the moment the Israeli bassist Avishai Cohen comes on stage, you feel an endless amount of energy, a rare stillness and a unique dynamic. Everything exists at the same time, enriched with an unflinching smile and a playfulness that you rarely encounter in music at this level. There are sparks coming from the music, you can almost see and feel them!

    For over 20 years, the bassist, singer, composer and band leader Avishai Cohen has become one of the world’s most esteemed musicians and composers. As a member of the Chick Corea trio, he was soon recognised globally and at the same time began touring in his own name and releasing proprietary music.

    Avishai Cohen has created strong ties to Sweden over the years from his big breakthrough at the Stockholm Jazz & Blues Festival 2006 at Skeppsholmen to full club plays, concert halls and festivals. Now he releases the album Arvoles, the 17th album under his own name, recorded in his favourite studio Nilento in Gothenburg. Arvoles means trees in Ladino (an ancient language spoken by the Sephardic people from the diaspora) and the album is a fantastic proof of the musical signature Cohen worked out over the years, unique and lyrical jazz with great splashes of folk music from his home country but also from other parts of the world.

14
  • Exhibition Theme Stockholm at Nordic Art
    12:00 -15:00
    2019-11-14-2019-11-14

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Birkagatan 28B, 113 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Several of Sweden’s most interesting artists interpret Stockholm in their own way. Pia Erlandsson, Richard Vakil, Marika Lang, Maria Krull, Henry Bronett, BG Karlsson, Carolina Bååth, Viktoria Tikhomirova, Gunnel Wennberg

    Large opening day Saturday 9 November 12-17 pm at Birkagatan 28 B.

  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-14-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

15
  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-15-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

16
  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-16-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

  • Lighting of the Christmas lights in Stockholm City 2019
    15:00 -16:00
    2019-11-16

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    Jussi Björlings allé 5, Stockholm, Sweden

    Everybody is welcomed to this year’s opening of #Stockholmsjul with the launch of the Christmas lights in Stockholm City 2019.

    In addition to the launch of one million LED lights on over 40 streets, places and squares, the city will offer Christmas atmosphere. Do not miss the premiere of this year’s Christmas light walk!

    The appointment is in Kungsträdgården!

    Read more about the opening and Christmas lighting on www.stockholmsjul.se

    Presented by Stockholm City and Real Estate Owners in Stockholm City together with City in Cooperation.

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  • 30th Stockholm International Film Festival
    14:00 -22:00
    2019-11-17-2019-11-17

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Gustav Adolfs torg 22, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm Film Festival gala. Photo by Calle Andersson

    Between the 6th and the 17th of November, the 2019 Stockholm International Film Festival screens around 150 films from over 60 countries in the city’s cinemas and arranges quizzes, parties, seminars, Face2Face and more. 

     

    A SPEED GUIDE OF THE FESTIVAL’S FILM SECTIONS

    Stockholm XXIX Competition

    A section for new and groundbreaking directors

    Stockholm XXIX Documentary Competition

    A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries

    Stockholm Impact

    Visionary directors and politically charged films compete for one of the most important film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Stockholm Impact Award is designed by Ai Wei Wei, the patron of the Stockholm Impact Competition

    Stockholm XXIX Short Film Competition

    A section for the latest avant-gardist short films

    Special Events

    From Bergman to new promising directors

    Open Zone

    The world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI prize

    American Independents

    The independent minds of American contemporary filmmaking

    Icons

    A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses

    Discovery

    Powerful miscellaneous stories by new directors

    Documania

    The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real stories of the year

    1 KM Film

    A short film section for young swedish filmmakers

     

    FACE2FACE

    The Stockholm International Film Festival also presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the public has the possibility to directly interact with special guests.

     

    RED CARPET

    It is during Red Carpet events that our greatest films are screened. Drinks and amuses-bouches are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face after the film.

    Our Red Carpet screening tickets are available to the public.

     

    FRIDAY GALA

    Friday nights are synonymous with a gala atmosphere. We screen potential Oscar winner films starring some of cinema’s hottest names.

     

    BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING

    Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed to access the screening after the film starts. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.

     

    SCHOOL CINEMA

    The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to preserve the culture of film and cinema. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and pupils from the city of Stockholm.

    The Stockholm Film Festival gives students and pupils from the age of 15 the opportunity to see new films from all around the world for only 30 SEK per film.

    For more information on School Cinema, please contact us at:

     

    CINEMAS

    Skandia

    Drottninggatan 82

    Filmhuset

    Borgvägen 1

    Klarabiografen

    Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels torg

    Zita

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Sture

    Birger Jarlsgatan 37

    Bio Rio

    Hornstulls strand 3

     

    Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.

     

    Find more info in our article about what would be this year’s festival highlights here.

    Full program:
    www.stockholmfilmfestival.se

    Buy your membership card at:
    http://www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/festival/buy-membership-card

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  • Kontakt – The Black Madonna + La Fleur
    22:00 -05:00
    2019-11-23-2019-11-24

    Berzelii park 1, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden

    Berzelii park 1, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden

    The Black Madonna, kontakt, berns, club, clubbing in stockholm, night out, club

    LINE UP

    SALONGEN – The Big Salon
    – The Black Madonna
    – La Fleur
    – Evelina Nässén & Andreas Aaltonen (Hot Box)

    NEU
    – Elfenberg + Miss E

    DISCOTEKET
    – DJ Calle Dernulf + Acid Sussi

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  • Feminist Market
    11:00 -17:00
    2019-11-24

    Regeringsgatan 74, 111 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    Regeringsgatan 74, 111 39 Stockholm, Sweden

    feminist feministisk marknad market stockholm

    The Feminist Market is back to the iconic Nalen with 50 radical creators and no less than outstanding Nina Rung on stage at 1pm.

    To honor the memory of Sara Danius, there will be a priority to feminist writers to fill the whole Harlem bar with literature!

     

    Women’s rights organisations who want to be on site and hand out information to visitors are warmly welcome to contact: feministmarknad@gmail.com!

  • Kontakt – The Black Madonna + La Fleur
    22:00 -05:00
    2019-11-24-2019-11-24

    Berzelii park 1, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden

    Berzelii park 1, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden

    The Black Madonna, kontakt, berns, club, clubbing in stockholm, night out, club

    LINE UP

    SALONGEN – The Big Salon
    – The Black Madonna
    – La Fleur
    – Evelina Nässén & Andreas Aaltonen (Hot Box)

    NEU
    – Elfenberg + Miss E

    DISCOTEKET
    – DJ Calle Dernulf + Acid Sussi

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  • Christmas Market in Skansen
    10:00 -16:00
    2019-11-30

    Djurgårdsslätten 49, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden

    Djurgårdsslätten 49, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden

    skansen christmas market stockholm

    Christmas market at Skansen
    The Christmas market at Skansen has been a yearly tradition since 1903. The market square is filled with food, treats and decorations and the bonfires are lit. All the historical houses and farmsteads are decorated and in the town quarter you can meet skilled craftsmen. There will be craft demonstrations and live music in the buildings where the tables also are set for Christmas dinner. Young and old can participate in the dancing around the Christmas tree and make their own Christmas decorations in the workshop. Christmas starts at Skansen!

    Weekends November 30th – December 22. For more information visit https://www.skansen.se/en/julmarknad-på-skansen

  • Peaceful Christmas Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2019-11-30

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    Cannot determine address at this location.

    hermans christmas market stockholm

    It is time to buy presents and be winter cozy, red cheeks and a hot drinks together with gloved hands. You can do all that at Stockholm’s greenest Christmas market!

    For the second year in a row, Herman’s is holding a 100% vegan market, filled to the brim with delicious treats, healthyproducts, artwork, books and much more!

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