Stockholm is the epicenter of the Scandinavian film industry and home base to most film professionals in Sweden. Our strong international film offering combined with a wide industry network has made the Stockholm International Film Festival a natural meeting place for the Swedish film industry. We focus on connecting Stockholm's vibrant film community with producers, distributors and sales agents from all around the world. We present works-in-progress, film projects in development and introduce the next generation of Swedish filmmakers as part of our talent and development programs.
This year's Industry Days will take place on November 16-18 2021, stay tuned for more updates!
We are working hard to ensure that we will have an inspiring and interesting Industry program for this year as well. This year, the Industry Days will take a hybrid format like last year.
Accreditation will open in August 2021
Industry Days 2020 took place online, due to the current pandemic.
You can read more about our Industry Days Online 2020 activities below.
– Master Class with Ludwig Göransson
Academy Award-winning Ludwig Göransson will host an online Master Class where he will share his experiences from the film industry, working as a close collaborator with filmmakers in creating a truly magical soundtrack for films we all know and love. You might recognise his music from Box Office hits such as TENET, BLACK PANTHER, CREED, LAST STOP FRUITVALE STATION and the incredibly popular Star-Wars spinoff series THE MANDALORIAN, for which he was recently awarded an Emmy.
– Industry Talk with Netflix & SF Studios
Last year at the Stockholm International Film Festival, Netflix announced it's first Swedish feature film: Red Dot, in co-production with SF Studios. In their Industry Talk, we get the opportunity to check back in with Lina Brouneus from Netflix and Tim King of SF Studios on their partnership so far, the creative process but also challenges faced when filming during the current pandemic. Red Dot will be the focus of the conversation, but there will also be room for broader reflections on the Swedish creative ecosystem, risks and opportunities as well as an exciting look ahead.
– Industry Talk with HBO Nordic's new Head of Original Production
What are HBO Nordics plans for original productions? And how will they work within the region? Christian Wikander, Head of Original Production at HBO Nordic, will host an Industry Talk about his plans for the streaming platform.
– Industry Talk with Lisa Langseth about her new Netflix series Love & Anarchy
Lisa Langseth will host an Industry Talk about her new series Love & Anarchy which had its premiere November 4th on Netflix. She will discuss her experience of going from film to television, and everything related to the creative process of her new series.
Join us in a conversation about sustainable and long-term debut strategies for filmmakers with both national and international film directors, ending with the announcement of this year's Wild Card winner!
– Works in Progress
Discover new and exciting projects in different parts of production whose creators will present their upcoming films. This year Kadri Kousaar will present her film Dead Woman, Julius Jorborg presents Error, Morgane Dziurla-Petit her film Excess Will Save us and last but not least Eva Beling will present her film Swedish Film Queer.
– Visions in Swedish Film 2030
Come join us for the live seminar Visions in Swedish Cinema 2030. Entering a new decade, it's time for the industry to look ahead and sicuss the prospects for Swedish Cinema. Stockholm International Film Festival has invited representatives from the industry that all play a part in the question and who will share their visions. These include Anna Serner (CEO of SFI), Charlotta Denward (executive producer of feature films at SVT), Helena Lindblad (film editor at DN), David Nzinga (actor), Isabella Eklöf (director) and Peter Modestij (director). The debate will be moderated by Jon Asp.
– Festival on Demand: The films you can watch from home
This year, all those who are accredited will also be able to take part in our »Festival on Demand« plattform where you can watch a large part of this year's program. We will also upload our online Industry events according to the schedule here. The platform is open at the same time as the festivalperiod, 11-22 November 2020.
We collaborate closely with the Swedish Film Institute and Stockholm’s regional film fund Stockholm Film Capital in showcasing and connecting our vibrant film industry.