Focus on film music during Filmfest Sundsvall in Sweden

On September 29, Filmfest Sundsvall (28 Sep – 2 Oct), dedicates a whole day to film music composition.  Do not miss masterclasses, seminars, concerts and as many as 50 exclusive festival films! The whole day is arranged in close collaboration with Skap and Fst.

The full program will be presented after the summer, but we can already reveal that one of the seminars is a masterclass with British Camille Awards-nominated Nainita Desai (The Reason I Jump, 14 Peaks) moderated by the Swedish composer Sofia Hallgren (GABI – between the years 8 and 13). Another highlight is a masterclass with the festival’s guest of honor, Sundsvall-born Uno Helmersson (Escape, Oleg’s childhood, The Bridge). More seminars and participants will be added!

Exclusive offer to Nordic film music composers!

Online: Composers who want to see the seminars online receive half the price of an Industry Accreditation Plus – which in addition to the streamed seminars provides access to around 50 exclusive festival films from around the world for 12 days (28 Sep – 9 Oct). Price: SEK 225 (regular price: SEK 450).
Registration: Go to . When you buy your Industry Accreditation Plus you get the discount by typing in the code you got in the Nordic Film Music Newsletter.

On site at Bio Drakstaden in Sundsvall: If you as a Nordic composer want to visit the event on 29 September, the festival offers 1-2 hotel nights, accreditation and an invitation to the festival opening on 28 September (film, dinner, and concert with Lars Bygdén). Limited number of hotel nights – first come, first served!
Registration: Email and write that you are a composer from NFMD.

Filmfest Sundsvall takes place for the fifth time and shows around 120 recent films from around the world: feature films, short films and documentaries. The full program is TBC but they will screen Look at Me: XXXTentacion by Sabaah Folayan, Working Class Heroes by Milos Pusic and Sirens by Rita Baghdadi. Filmfest Sundsvall is arranged by Film Västernorrland.