The Festival of 1992 

Quentin Tarantino visited the Stockholm Film Festival for the first time in 1992 when »Reservoir Dogs« won the prize for Best Film. In 1994 he brought home another Bronze Horse for »Pulp Fiction«.

In 1992, the festival begins publishing a magazine. At first it was called Mabuse, but already the following year it changed its name to Cinema. For eight years, the magazine was the leading film magazine in the Nordic region.

This year's festival poster

Winners at the Stockholm Film Festival in 1992 

Best Film: Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino 
Best Scrip: De noorderlingen, Alex van Warmerdam 
Best Actress: Romper Stomper, Jacqueline McKenzie 
Best Actor: The Saint of Fort Washington, Matt Dillon 
1 km film Grant: Klas Lejonhuvud 
Stockholm Lifetime Achievement Award: Viveca Lindfors 
The FIPRESCI Award for Best Film: Swoon, Tom Kalin 

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