Best Nordic Film goes to In Your ArmsRead moreDanish director, Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm won the biggest prize. Here are the winners.
The 38th festival is overThank you all for a magnificent festival. See you in 2016!
Film sectionsRead moreTo help you navigate in our packed program. Gala, Visionairies, Masters, Animania and Music Nonstop are some of them.
Japan in focusRead moreFrom an insanely bombastic hip hop musical to films by masters such as Naomi Kawase and Takashi Miike.
2015 years programRead moreLoaded with 500 films , seminars, music, parties and art. This is the 38th edition of Göteborg Film Festival.
Best Nordic Film goes to In Your Arms...
It was the Danish director, Samanou Acheche Sahlstrøm, who took home the Dragon Award Best Nordic Film.
31 January 15
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28 January 15
Festival pod with Diana Whitten
Marit talks to the director of The Vessel, a documentary about the Dutch abortion activist Rebecca Gomperts.
28 January 15
John Skoog – this year's winner of St...
John Skoog receives one of the world's largest short film awards for his film Värn.
26 January 15
The conditions of immigrant film
Festivalen visar ett urval av kortfilmer som visas av immigranter. Filmerna spänner över drygt 20 år.
25 January 15
The opening of the 38th festival
The ceremony led by Andrea Reuter marked the start of the 38th edition of Göteborg Film Festival.
24 January 15