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14 November 13:30 - 16:00Mauritz

Afternoon with Film Capital Stockholm

13:30 - 14:30: Production incentives - what's going on?
Starting 13:30 there will be a panel discussion on the increasingly urgent need for production incentives in the Swedish film industry. One of the most important issues facing the film Swedish film industry today in order to remain competitive in Europe and the world. In conversation together with Member of Parliament Pyry Niemi, Johan Holmer from The Swedish Film & TV Producers Association, Max Hallén, Bonnier Broadcasting and Petra Måhl, Endemol Shine/Filmlance.

Moderator- Daniella Waldfogel, Handelskammaren. 

14:30 - 15:10: Stockholm Police and Traffic Office
Concerns have been raised over proper permits process when filming in the capital. The Police and Traffic Office present new and updated guidelines informing on the permits process and the film industry’s responsibility to work together with the police and traffic office to facilitate film production. 

15:10 - 15:50 Frans Schartaus Handelsinstitut
Charlotte Gimfalk, course leader at Frans Schartaus Handelsinstitut presents Stockholm's new Film Workers' Training program and some of its students. The training program forms 1st ADs, production managers and locations managers to meet the increasing demand for skilled film workers in Sweden.

No accreditation is needed to RSVP for this event

16:00 - 17:00 A catch up with Netflix
At 16:00 we invite you to a presentation by Lina Brouneus, Director of Coproductions & Acquisitions for Netflix Northern Europe. Lina will talk about Netflix’ plans for Sweden and the wider Nordic region, as well as the shift from just series to also films. After Lina’s presentation there will be a fireside chat with Stockholm Film Commissioner Mia Uddgren and the opportunity for the audience to ask questions.

The Netflix presentation is restricted to industry accredited guests only and will be open for RSVPs on October 30th at 15:00. To gain access you can buy your accreditation HERE.

Following the event at 17:00 Film Capital Stockholm invites you for a drink in the foyer of the Swedish Film Institute to mingel and network. See you there!

All you need to know

When: Nov 14th 13:30
Where: Mauritz, Filmhuset. Borgvägen 1-5, 115 53 Stockholm

This event is a part of the Stockholm International Film Festival's Industry Days. 
However non-accredited guests can RSVP as well.

Following this event at 16:00 there will be a presentation by Netflix also organized in collaboration with Film Capital Stockholm which will be closed to Industry accredited guest only. To get your Industry accreditation please follow this link

To gain access to this event buy your industry accreditation here if you haven't already. 

At 17:00 Film Capital Stockholm invites you for refreshments and networking in the lobby

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Film Capital Stockholm

Film Capital Stockholm is a public/private partnership stimulating film production in the capital region of Stockholm, Åland and Gotland. The organization works with film funding, film commissioning as well as seminars and other activities strengthening the sector of moving pictures in one of the most dynamic regions in Europe.

Stockholm International Film Festival Industry Department @sthlmfilmfest_industry

The 30th Stockholm International Film Festival in 6-17 November 2019.
Stockholm International Film Festival started in 1990 and is today one of the leading competitive film festivals in Europe. The festival takes place every year in November with more than 150 films from more than 60 countries. More than a festival: we organize exclusive screenings and the popular Summer Cinema – an outdoor filmfestival in August.  Every year in spring,  April 1-6,  the Stockholm International Film Festival Junior brings the latest films to youngsters between 6 and 19 years of age.
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