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Nordic films light up the screen

Nordic Lights Film Festival celebrates another year with a great line-up on January 12-16, 2017 in Seattle. More»

Swedish films leave a lasting impression

Toronto Film Festival wrapped up its 41st annual event in September. More»

A Man Called Ove

The movie based on Fredrik Backman's best-selling novel of the same name, Sweden’s official selection for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, opens on September 30 at theaters in Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, LA and NY, then others. More»

Newport Beach Film Festival


100 years and still going strong

A sequel to the successful film is planned for this summer. More»

Movie theater opens with 'Sjunde Inseglet'

PFA's magnificent new Barbro Osher Theater is inaugurated with Ingmar Bergman's 'The Seventh Seal.' More»

Barbro Osher Honor Benefits Cinephiles

PFA's magnificent new Barbro Osher Theater is inaugurated with Ingmar Bergman's 'The Seventh Seal.' More»

When the American fly boys moved in

WWII buffs and Swedophiles: Milwaukee has an event for you – on Saturday, Feb. 13 Swedish author and filmmaker Jan-Olof Nilsson will be in Greendale, WI to present his documentary, Lucky Strike: When the Americans Came to Our Village. More»

'Ingrid Bergman - In Her Own Words' opens

Celebrating one of Sweden's most celebrated artists, the documentary about Ingrid Bergman opens in New York. More»

Two Swedish Heroines

The resemblance between two women, born 300 years apart, is striking. And we have the silver screen to thank for their examples - in years of legendary acting and in a new film - all expressions of their liberating destinies, their lives and talent, and why they are national icons in their own right. Here is part 1 in a series. More»

My Skinny Sister

This year there were so many — eight — excellent movies coming out of Sweden that the Milwaukee Film Festival curated them into a deserving collection called "Passport: Sweden." The films are a mix of documentaries and fiction, showcasing some of the best contemporary filmmaking in and about Sweden. After seeing several of them, "My Skinny Sister" moves to the top of my list of favorites. More»

Record number of Swedish films in Toronto

North America’s most important film festival showed a smorgasbord of splendid films from all around the world. More»

'Jag är Ingrid'

Stockholm gala premiere for the documentary about three-time Academy Award winner Ingrid Bergman. More»

Another Brilliant Bergman

Five years after coming up with a brilliant idea that would change the course of film festivals forever, a 'mini' Ingmar Bergman film festival finally took place in San Diego. More»

Welcome to Sweden is back for Season 2

The reviews are mixed - either you love it or you don't. But when you've got ties in both America and Sweden, and when you understand both kinds of humor and traditions, it's really hard not to watch this funny fish-out-water series in two languages. More»