Crosscuts Film Festival

In late 2018 Crosscut broke grounds for the first time in history. A three day long event that gathered hundereds of visitors to enjoy a varied programme of environmental humanities documentary films at Bio Rio in Stockholm. Special invited guests, panels and visitors took on themes such as media activism, postcoloniality, resource extraction, indigenous politics, plastic, relational filmmaking and much more. In 2019 we will also introduce the new Annals of Crosscuts to continue to deepen our engagement with filmic research and theory. Stay tuned!

Crosscut comes across as a cutting-edge bridge between academia, the art world, and the public sphere. This is eminently in line with KTH’s best traditions; the school’s motto famously brings together science and art.  

Jan Olsson, Professor of Cinema Studies, Stockholm University 

Page responsible:Sofia Jonsson
Belongs to: KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory
Last changed: Feb 15, 2019