Stockholm Film Festival – How it works!
Between the 11th and the 21st of November, the 2020 Stockholm International Film Festival will screen films from all over the world in Stockholm's favorite theatres. Apart from film screenings we arrange parties, quizzes, seminars, industry days, Face2Face-talks and more.
A QUICK GUIDE TO OUR FILM SECTIONS
Stockholm XXXI Competition
A section for new and groundbreaking directors.
Stockholm XXXI Documentary Competition
A section for contemporary and thought-provoking documentaries.
Visionary directors behind politically charged films compete for one of the largest film awards in the world. The winner receives 1 million SEK. Stockholm Impact Award is presented in co-operation with the City of Stockholm. The Award itself is designed by world-renowned artist and activist Ai Wei Wei.
Stockholm XXXI Short Film Competition
A section for world-class short films.
From Bergman to new and promising directors.
Some of the world’s most acclaimed directors compete for the FIPRESCI-prize.
Films from the independent minds of American contemporary directors.
A showcase of cinema’s leading actors and actresses.
Powerful discoveries and new stories from new directors.
The most vivid biopics, documentaries and real-life stories of the year.
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A short film section and competition for young and promising Swedish filmmakers.
The Stockholm International Film Festival presents an opportunity to have in-depth discussions with directors and actors. During our Face2face events, the audience is given the opportunity to interact with visiting actors, directors and our special guests.
Our biggest films gets the Red Carpet-treatment. We roll out the red carpet and drinks and snacks are served in the lobby before the screening. Directors and actors are often invited to the screenings and take part in a Face2Face-conversation after the film.
All our Red Carpet-screenings are open to the public.
BE IN TIME FOR THE SCREENING
Remember to arrive on time as you will not be allowed access to the screening after the film's start time. Red Carpet events and Friday Galas begin 30 minutes before the screening.
The Stockholm Film Festival collaborates with School Cinema in order to spread the culture of film and cinema to younger generations. School Cinema is especially dedicated to students and kids from the city of Stockholm.
The Stockholm Film Festival provides students, 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Birger Jarlsgatan 37
Birger Jarlsgatan 37
Hornstulls strand 3
Sankt Eriksgatan 82
Our Festival Cinemas open approximately 30 minutes before the first screening of the day.
If you are a festival member and have questions regarding your membership or ticketing, please visit our FAQ page. If you have any other questions or if you want to contact a specific person or department, please consult our Contact page.