Founded in 1990, the Stockholm International Film Festival is one of the leading film festivals in Europe. The festival presents 150 film premieres from over 60 countries from November 10-21.
Throughout the year, exclusive screenings are organized for members, mobile film workshops for children and young people, Stockholm Film Festival Junior in April and Secret Locations Screenings. The festival is attended by hundreds of filmmakers as well as celebrities such as Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Ken Loach, Francois Ozon, David Cronenberg, Uma Thurman, Ethan and Joel Coen, Charlotte Rampling, Andrea Arnold, Celine Sciamma, Claire Denis and Quentin Tarantino and many more. The Stockholm International Film Festival promotes and offers a venue for young and not yet established filmmakers. Up to a third of the films selected for the competition are from a debut director and from directors who have made fewer than 3 films.
One examlpe is Ma Belle, My Beauty by Marion Hill. Spiritually kindred with the festival favorite »Call Me by Your Name«, the film that set the bar for LGBTQ centered, bittersweet film romances. Two, previously polyamourous lovers are reunited. Old feelings and jealousies are brought back in a sun soaked paradise in southern France. Critically acclaimed for its crystal clear and down-to-earth portrayal of LGBTQ relationships. »Ma Belle, My Beauty« takes this smoldering romance deeper and further in a delicate and emotionally charged drama.
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Through the online platform Festival on Demand, people all around Sweden will be able to watch a selection of festival gems from home during the festival (Nov 10-21, 2021). You can see all of the available films here! Please note that the films will disappear as soon as the festival is over!
International Film Festival is a meeting place for both the cinema audience and the film industry and offers many attractive opportunities for marketing. Every year the festival cooperates with a large number of companies from a wide variety of industries.