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Åse Kleveland - Swedish Film Institute

Swedish Film Festival 2003, Rome

Kleveland highlights the importance of establishing new digital cinemas in the country involving the government's support

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by Federico Greco
and Valentina Di Michele

Appointed Head of the Swedish Film Institute in 2000, Norwegian Åse Kleveland managed the organisation strengthening its position and contributing in giving Swedish cinema a greater visibility. The institute in fact has become over the last years a driving force in Nordic film co-operation and an active partner in European film policy co-operation.
In the interview she highlights the importance of establishing new digital cinemas in the country involving the government’s support. She explains that digital cinema, being more flexible, offers a possibility of screening a large variety of films with an advantage for both Swedish and European films.

Video - Festival of New Swedish Cinema