The Industry at the Festival
Industry Centre - Scandic Rubinen
At our Industry Centre at Scandic Rubinen, you will find the Accreditation Desk, Industry Ticket Desk and our friendly staff.
Scandic Rubinen is located on Kungsportsavenyn 24.
Accreditation and information desk
Jan 26 14:00-18:00
Jan 27 - Feb 4 08.30 -18:00
Feb 5 10:00-12:00
NOTE! From February 1 you collect your Nordic Film Market-accreditation and TV Drama Vision-pass on spot at Biopalatset, Kungstorget 2 (Opening hours: Feb 1 10.00-17.00, Feb 2-4 09.00-17.00).
Industry Ticket Desk
Jan 27-Feb 4, 08:30-12:30
Delegates with Industry, VIP or Nordic Film Market accreditation can pick up tickets for festival screenings. (NOTE! The tickets can only be picked up for screenings the same day or for the day after.)
The Swedish Industry Weekend starts off the festival. It has a vast seminar programme focusing on Swedish film production and politics, about 70 Swedish films will have their world premiere during the weekend and there is a short film fair, that finishes with the competition Startsladden – Best Swedish short.
Nordic Film Market is our international marketplace and a networking venue for the international and Nordic film industry. It serves as a platform for networking and business and gives an overview of the latest trends and upcoming productions from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Check out the Nordic Film Market page for more info regarding market films, works in progress and delegates lists.
The Nordic Film Market days start off with TV Drama Vision, a two-day seminar highlighting current Nordic and international TV drama. Another point of interest during the NFM days is the Nostradamus report, written and presented by journalist Johanna Koljonen during a seminar with key industry players. The Nostradamus Project produces annual briefings on contemporary trends, gathers analysis from the best minds in the industry and sketches out the nearest future. New for the 40th festival is the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize - an award for Best TV Drama Script worth SEK 200,000.
Göteborg Film Festival also runs Nordic Film Lab, a networking forum for upcoming northern filmmakers, and Nordic Film Lab Discovery, where participants of the Nordic Film Lab are given an oppertunity to present their projects. The focus of both Labs are on the development of the creative and artistic processes of filmmaking.
Festival Scope - Online Video Library
A rich selection of films from the festival is available on Festival Scope for online viewing. You are granted access if you have an Industry, VIP or Nordic Film Market accreditation and belong to one of following categories: organizations (film funds, promotion, etc), distribution, exhibition, film festival, international sales, press, production, television and VOD. The access is valid during the festival dates. Festival Scope will also feature a selection of the films for viewing online for members only after the festival.
Here is the Göteborg Film Festival section on Festival Scope