Invitation to the Stockholm International Film Festival press conference and accreditation
We gladly welcome journalists to the 27th edition of Stockholm International Film Festival, November 9-20, 2016. The press conference, where this year’s program will be released, will be held on October 18 and the press accreditation is now open for registration online.
During the press conference, the festival director Git Scheynius and the program director George Ivanov present this year’s program with around 200 films from more than 60 countries. The winner of Stockholm Visionary Award will be revealed, as well as the nominees for the Rising Star Award and the short film stipend 1 km film. We will also present a selection of the attending directors and actors available for interviews during the festival.
The accreditation gives you access to press screenings, press material and interview opportunities with visiting directors and actors. With the press pass you can also attend all festival films upon availability Monday-Friday before 5pm. You collect your press pass at the press center at Hotel Kungsträgården from November 9, 10 am.
Date: Tuesday, October 18
Place: Hotel Kungsträdgården, Västra Trädgårdsgatan 11B, Stockholm.
Attending journalists must fill in the form for press accreditation on our website and RSVP no later the October 16 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For accreditation for the festival , please fill in the form at www.stockholmfilmfestival.se/en/press. Your application is approved when you receive a confirmation from Stockholm Film Festival. The online accreditation will be open until November 4, 2016.
Susanne Wallin, press manager
Tel: +468-677 50 25 / +4673-513 31 36
Andreas Jonsson, press assistant
Tel: +468-677 50 25 / +4672-700 80 46
The 27th Stockholm International Film Festival, November 9-20, 2016
The 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 200 films from more than 60 countries.