Director: Joachim Hedén. Starring: Moa Gammel, Madeleine Martin, Lena Hope
Premieres 14th February 2020
A few days after Christmas, Swedish/Norwegian half-sisters, Ida and Tuva, set out on a winter dive in a remote part of the Norwegian coastline. Towards the end of the dive, a rockslide traps Tuva under water. As Ida surfaces to call for help, she discovers that the rockslide has struck above water as well, burying their equipment, phones and car keys. They are completely cut off from any chance of outside rescue.
My Father Marianne | Min pappa Marianne
Director: Mårten Klingberg. Starring: Hedda Stiernstedt, Rolf Lassgård, Lena Endre
Premieres 21st February 2020
When Hanna’s beloved father, the priest with the big beard, tells her that he’s really called Marianne, Hanna’s world falls apart. None of her courses in norm creativity can help; she hates Marianne who has stolen her dad away. But for Marianne there’s no turning back; she has to be who she really is – finally.
Director: Amanda Kernell. Starring: Ane Dahl Torp, Sverrir Gudnason, Troy Lundkvist
Premieres 13th March 2020
After a divorce, Alice hasn’t seen her children in two months as she awaits a custody verdict. So when her son calls her in the middle of the night, Alice takes action and abducts the children to go on an illicit charter trip to the Canary Islands.
Spring Uje Spring
Director: Henrik Schyffert. Starring: Bixi Brandelius, Uje Brandelius, Vega Brandelius
Premieres 20th March 2020
Uje Brandelius autobiographical story is interwoven with pop music about life when diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. It’s about when life takes turns that you couldn’t possibly imagine and the questions that raises. Uje Brandelius and his family play themselves in a movie that takes place over a couple of weeks in the Stockholm suburb of Bredäng.
Director: Jason William Lee. Starring: Valter Skarsgård, Khamisa Wilsher, Christopher Gerard
Premieres 17th April 2020
When 8 celebrities from around the globe are invited to compete in an online reality show, they soon realide that they are playing for their very lives, as those voted off suffer horrific consequences, broadcast live to the entire world.
Director: Anders Lennberg. Starring: Niclas Gillis, Jan Mybrand, Moa Garpendal
Premieres 17th April 2020
24 year old Johan spends his days in Nice on the French Riviera, supported by an ageing former actress. Days go by spent at her house, the beaches and the apartment of his friend Kurt. A life in leisure and luxury. But memories of Johan’s teenage years are haunting him. A strong sense of threat is growing stronger and stronger.
Psychosis in Stockholm | Psykos i Stockholm
Director: Maria Bäck. Starring: Josefine Stofkoper, Josefin Neldén, Sanaz Saidi
Premieres 24th April 2020
A mother and daughter are on their way to Stockholm to celebrate the daughter’s 14th birthday. On the train, the mother starts acting weird and the daughter fears that another psychotic episode is going to happen. They try to continue the holiday as planned, but when the mother’s condition worsens, the daughter is left by herself so gets to explore Stockholm on her own.
Director: Johan Storm. Starring: Magnus Roosmann, Joel Wallón, Anderz Eide
Premieres 1st September 2020
David wants to become a meteorologist within the Swedish military. Everything seems normal until one day when he finds his fathers work. After realising that something isn’t right, David has to set off to an abandoned island to find out the truth about his father.