Stockholm Documentary - New ways to view the world

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Every year Stockholm International Film Festival looks for innovative, contemporary and thought provoking documentaries that can compete for the title Best documentary. Here we present the most interesting documentaries of this year!

See Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful, a documentary about the speculative photographer Helmut Newton that features interviews with Isabella Rossellini, Grace Jones and Newton himself to name a few. Come along on a spy mission with 83 year old Sergio as he infiltrates a retirement home in Maite Alberdi’s The Mole Agent. Live through the corona pandemic’s epicentre in 76 Days that take place in the middle of Wuhan during the lockdown that lasted 76 days. Explore the streets of Istanbul through the eyes of a stray dog in Elizabeth Lo’s Stray

Don’t miss out on an experience you’ll never forget. Buy you tickets here:

Vivos – Ai Weiwei (14/11, 20/11) Festival on Demand

The Truffle Hunters – Michael Dweck & Gregory Kershaw (13/11, 15/11, 22/11)

The Mole Agent – Maite Alberdi (18/11, 20/11) Festival on Demand

Assassins - Ryan White (15/11, 22/11)

76 Days – Hao Wu, Weixi Chen, Anonymous (13/11, 14/11) Festival on Demand

Stray – Elizabeth Lo (13/11, 15/11, 16/11) Festival on Demand 

Yung Lean: In My Head - Henrik S. Burman (7/11, 14/11, 16/11, 21/11)

The Dissident – Bryan Fogel (16/11, 21/11)

Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful – Gero Von Boehm (12/11, 21/11)

Gunda - Victor Kossakovsky (14/11, 20/11) Festival on Demand 

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