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Audience invited to make short films : Stockholm fest new inititative

In this year’s Spotlight: All you need is talent, the Stockholm International Film Festival focuses on new ways to make film with small means and cutting-edge technology. In a bold experiment, the audience is invited to take part in the ever-evolving filmmaking process, through a project called Let’s make a film.
New technological advances constantly make way for creative ways to make film without necessarily being backed by a big production company and large financial resources. More and more people are given the opportunity to make big film ideas happen with small means. All you need is talent.

The Stockholm film festival has always encouraged interaction between its audience and professional filmmakers, mainly through the many Face2face meetings that are held during the festival. This year, the festival takes the interaction one step further, and invites the audience to work together with three professional directors in the project Let’s make a film.

The idea has been developed by the Stockholm film festival, and is realized together with (Swedish version of Youtube), (online video editing) and Stopp (post-production company). Starting today, the audience can upload film ideas in the form of written text, images or film clips onto a special website. A screenplay will be put together and sent to three directors at the beginning of November. Those who contribute to the screenplay will have the chance to be present at the shooting of three short films.
The films will be published online on November 19, and the audience can vote for their favorite or re-edit the films themselves using deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes footage. All re-edited films are published on the site. The three main films will be screened at the Stockholm International Film Festival awards ceremony on November 24.

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In this year’s Spotlight section, the festival will also screen films that deal with the importance of talent and of creating possibilities to fulfill your dreams.

Get accredited to this year’s festival to make interview requests and get access to press screenings. Visit, click on ”press” to fill out an online application.

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