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El Instituto de Cine Sueco anuncia sus últimas financiaciones del año

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- Las últimas películas de Amanda Kernell, Johannes Nyholm y Jon Blåhed figuran entre las seleccionadas

El Instituto de Cine Sueco anuncia sus últimas financiaciones del año
Jon Blåhed recibirá financiación por su película Inland

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The Swedish Film Institute has announced its latest and final round of funding for the year, with a total of 27 films to receive support in five different categories, totalling SEK 45,391,000 (€4,395,000).

Fiction features will receive a total of SEK 25 million (€2.4 million) across six projects. Amanda Kernell (Sámi Blood [+lee también:
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) and her second feature, Charter [+lee también:
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, produced by Lars G Lindström and Eva Åkergren for Sweden’s Nordisk Film Production, will receive SEK 9 million (€871,000). Mårten Klingberg’s (Cockpit) will receive the same amount of funding for his third feature, My Father Marianne [+lee también:
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, an adaptation of Ester Roxberg’s novel My Father Ann-Christine. The Memory of a Secret produced by Charlotta Denward for Avanti Film (more info here).

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Inland [+lee también:
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by Jon Blåhed is the first feature involved in the Swedish Film Institute’s new “Moving Sweden” format. Written by the director, the story follows a woman from Stockholm who moves to her boyfriend’s hometown. Despite their relationship ending before her arrival, she decides to stay in the new town and adapt to a new unexpected life. Produced by Andreas Emanuelsson and Tony Österholm for Bd Film, the project has received SEK 2.5 million (€242,000). Already confirmed to premiere at Sundance, Johannes Nyholm‘s follow-up to The Giant [+lee también:
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, Koko-di Koko-da [+lee también:
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, follows a couple on a trip who are lured into a maelstrom of psychological terror and humiliating slapstick, produced by the director along with Maria Møller Christoffersen for Johannes Nyholm Produktion, the film has received SEK 1,976,000 (€191,000) in funding.

In terms of international co-productions, Danish filmmaker Jonas Alexander Arnby’s second mystery romantic drama, Suicide Tourist [+lee también:
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, has been allocated SEK 1.3 million (€126,000) on behalf of the Swedish co-producer Mimmi Spång for Garagefilm International. While the Irish director Neasa Hardiman’s sci-fi thriller Sea Fever [+lee también:
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 has received SEK 1,250,000 (€121,000) for its Swedish co-producers Carola Hansson and Börje Hansson for Bright Moving Pictures. Finally, the latest instalment of the Sune family comedy franchise, Sune vs. Sune [+lee también:
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directed by Jon Holmberg and produced by Linus Stöhr Torell and Malin Söderlund (Unlimited Stories) – has received marketing support equal to SEK 7 million (€677,000).

Seven documentaries also received funding from the Swedish Film Institute: An Army of Lovers [+lee también:
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by Ingrid Ryberg, produced by HER Films, with SEK 1.7 million (€164,500), Jozi Gold by Fredrik Gertten and Sylvia Vollenhoven, produced by WG Film, with SEK 1.7 million (€164,500), Tiny Tim - King for a Day [+lee también:
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by Johan von Sydow, produced by Momento Film, with SEK 1.5 million (€145,200), Mating by Lina Maria Mannheimer, produced by French Quarter Film, with SEK 1.5 million (€145,200), The Revenge of the Diva [+lee también:
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by Emelie Jönsson and Gustav Ahlgren, produced by Ett riktigt produktionsbolag, with SEK 900,000 (€87,100), Flee by Jonas Pohr Rasmussen, produced by Final Cut for Real, with SEK 670,000 (€64,900) and Ninosca - the return to San Fernando by Peter Torbiörnsson, produced by Mantaray Film AB, with SEK 400,000 (€38,700).

Finally, the TV film Amningsrummet by Caroline Ringskog Ferrada-Noli and produced by Nexiko Drama, received SEK 1.8 million (€174,300) and 12 short films received a total of SEK 3,195,000 (€309,400) in funding.

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