Radio Sweden's coverage of the arts in Sweden.
- Two killed in the attack.
A Danish court has acquitted four Danes accused of aiding a Copenhagen gunman who killed a filmmaker and a Jewish security guard in twin attacks in February 2015 that also targeted Swedish artist Lars Vilks.
- Six short films with Bergman link.
In the summer of 2018, Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman would have been 100 years old. Plans are already in the works to celebrate the occasion and one project from the Swedish Film institute and Swedish Television hopes to offer viewers a new take on the acclaimed artist.
- Book fair spokeswoman: We will discuss afterwards which lines we will draw for the future(4:50 min)Nya Tider newspaper.
The annual book fair in Gothenburg is under way and the theme this year is freedom of expression. But the fair has come under fire for allowing what has been described as a right-wing extremist newspaper to exhibit.
- Academy Award contender.
A Man Called Ove by director Hannes Holm was announced on Thursday as Sweden’s Oscars nomination in the Foreign Language Film category.
One start-up company has found that immigrants are the best teachers of Swedish culture to newcomers, arguing that native Swedes do not always notice the contours of their own culture.
- "If you want to find something you can."
From clay animation children's movies to a raw documentaries about battling depression, this autumn's line-up of 23 Swedish films runs the gamut of emotions and genres on the silver screen.
- Practice growing in popularity.
Priests around Sweden are speaking out against the tradition of handing over the bride at church weddings, saying it treats women as objects to be transferred from father to groom.