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22 articles available in total starting from 08/07/2021. Last article published on 12/05/2022.

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Göteborg Film Festival initiates a residency programme for Ukrainian filmmakers

Göteborg Film Festival initiates a residency programme for Ukrainian filmmakers

The Göteborg Film Fund is opening the call for applications for three residencies with a duration of three months each, with feature-length fiction and documentary projects eligible  

12/05 | Göteborg 2022

Ştefan Constantinescu • Director of Man and Dog

Interview: Ştefan Constantinescu • Director of Man and Dog

“Romania and Sweden are on two different planets altogether”

The Romanian-born, Swedish-based director explains the forces at work behind his feature debut, which world-premiered at Göteborg  

09/02 | Göteborg 2022

“How do we save the producers and take good care of them?” wonder experts during “Future-proofing the Industry” panel

“How do we save the producers and take good care of them?” wonder experts during “Future-proofing the Industry” panel

Panellists at Göteborg discussed the current challenges faced by European producers and the changes brought about by the US market  

08/02 | Göteborg 2022 | Göteborg Industry

“It’s the time of quality and karma,” argue panellists at Göteborg

“It’s the time of quality and karma,” argue panellists at Göteborg

Sustainability and mental health took centre stage during Johanna Koljonen’s Nostradamus keynote speech at the Swedish festival, as well as her conversation with Banijay’s Lars Blomgren  

08/02 | Göteborg 2022 | Göteborg Industry

Review: Man and Dog

Review: Man and Dog

Ştefan Constantinescu’s feature debut explores the alienation of those working abroad  

08/02 | Göteborg 2022

As in Heaven crowned Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

As in Heaven crowned Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

Tea Lindeburg’s movie has won the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film, while Seidi Haarla received the Best Acting Award for her performance in Compartment No. 6  

07/02 | Göteborg 2022 | Awards

Review: Miss Viborg

Review: Miss Viborg

Danish filmmaker Marianne Blicher makes a confident debut with an audience-pleasing story of an unlikely friendship between two women decades apart  

04/02 | Göteborg 2022

Blackport wins the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize at Göteborg

Blackport wins the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize at Göteborg

The writers of the series, Gísli Örn Gardarsson, Björn Hlynur Haraldsson and Mikael Torfason, were present to accept the €20,000 award  

03/02 | Göteborg 2022 | Göteborg Industry/Awards

Marianne Blicher • Director of Miss Viborg

Interview: Marianne Blicher • Director of Miss Viborg

"I wanted to make the film look like a fairy-tale in the ghetto, with a lot of colours and depth, symbolising hope"

The Danish director tells a story set in a social housing area of her country, and she discusses the characters of her story, her choice of actors and the visual concept of the film  

01/02 | Göteborg 2022

Review: A House Made of Splinters

Review: A House Made of Splinters

Danish director ​​Simon Lereng Wilmont follows up his 2017 festival favourite The Distant Barking of Dogs with a sensitive portrait of a temporary house for neglected children in Eastern Ukraine  

31/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

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