1990 by three local film enthusiasts Ignas Scheynius, Git Scheynius and Kim Klein. The program also includes Q A sessions with directors and actors (nicknamed Face2Face workshops, discussions and other events dedicated to the art of cinema. It is awarded to the best feature film and the best documentary. Awards 2018 Festival, submit. An impressive list of filmmakers and actors have attended the festival, including. Nyhet /, vi är stolta över att kunna presentera årets invigningsfilm, Anna Odells omtalade och efterlängtade »X Y«! Two more Bronze Horses are given to winners of the Stockholm Lifetime Achievement Award (inaugurated in 1990) and Stockholm Visionary Award (inaugurated in 2004). References edit External links edit. A third of the films selected for the festival are made by a debuting director and only directors who have made less than 3 films are selected for the competition. The grand prix of the festival is the Bronze Horse prize.
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Dennis Hopper, Lauren Bacall, Gena Rowlands, Charlotte Rampling, Susan Sarandon, Ang Lee, David Cronenberg, Roman Polanski, Terry Gilliam, David Lynch, Elia Kazan, Wong Kar-Wai and, uma Thurman. Along with competition screenings of feature films, shorts and documentaries, the program of the festival features non-competitive sections such as Stockholm Impact, Open Zone, American Independents, Icons, Discovery, Twilight Zone, Documania, Spotlights, etc. In August every year the Stockholms International Film Festival arrange a Summer Cinema in Rålambshovsparken in Stockholm. They organized the first edition with the assistance of a small group of film industry professionals and about 200 volunteers. The, stockholm International Film Festival swedish : Stockholms filmfestival ) is an annual film festival held. With seminars, opportunities to meet actors and filmmakers during the festival, all means are given to make the film experience come full circle. The purpose of the award is to highlight an actor early in their career.
Over the years, the program has expanded to include more than 200 films from 60 countries (as of 2014). It was launched in 1990 and has been held every year in the second half of November.