Buff filmfestival 21-27 MARS 2020 – 040-30 25 05 info@buff.se

Seminars in English

BUFF Daily

16.30 – Film Suite – Accreditation required, held in English

Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday

BUFF Daily is our recurring talk show with guests, festival and film talk.

 

Work in progress 1 - Alvis och Hamsa

Wednesday -14.30-15.00, Film Suite, accreditation required. Held in English.

Work in Progress is a recurring and popular point in the BUFF program where we get a taster of forthcoming films.

Alvis och Hamsa 

Alvis and Hamsa are best friends and go to the same kindergarten. Something happens every day that arouses their curiousity – an emotional mystery that the friends will try to solve. Why is so-and-so’s brother scared? Why is so-and-so’s sister fighting? Why is the mother cross?

Like two detectives, the two good friends unravel, twist and turn on this questions.

Work in progress 2 - Blomster

Wednesday – 15:30-16:00, Film Suite, accreditation required. Held in English.

Work in Progress is a recurring and popular point in the BUFF program where we get a taster of forthcoming films.

It’s summer! Emma meets a rowdy gang of high school youths – a gang that has created its own free zone where all expressions, experiences, sexualities and genders are allowed. Over 24 hours, they go from party to party. Blomster is an anarchistic and funny film, where associations are made and where the connected generation take a break from their screens.

Work in progress 3 - Sagan om Karl-Bertil Jonssons Julafton

Thursday – 14.00-14.30, Film Suite, held in English 

Sagan om Karl-Bertil Johnssons Julafton

Work in Progress is a recurring and popular point in the BUFF program where we get a taster of forthcoming films.

SF Studios is turning Sweden’s best-loved Christmas tale, based on Tage Danielsson’s short story and Per Åhlin’s animated film, into a live-action family film. A CHristmas tale about the boy Karl-Bertil who decides to do what his hero, Robin Hood, does: take from the rich to give to the poor.

 

Reaching the Young Audience

Thursday 18/3 15.00, Film Suite, Accreditation required, (ECFA membership gives free accreditation) held in English

Children are surrounded by moving images from the first early years of their lives. The availability of media content is more comprehensive than ever before. This means new challenges and ways of thinking for producers and providers of content for a young audience. What are the current trends in the media landscape surrounding young people today? How can fiction film and TV be an important part of young people’s everyday lives? What can we learn from the young target group? And what is good content for a young audience today and in the future?

The research project Reaching Young Audiences will be presented by Katrine Bouschinger Christensen from the Department of Communication at the University of Copenhagen. 

Other participants: Petter Bragée, Head of program SVT (Swedish National Television), Maria Karlsson Thörnqvist, project manager, writer, director and developer of the Swedish tv-series Festen. 

In cooperation with ECFA. Moderator: Per Eriksson, Sveriges Förenade Filmstudios.