The program is up!

Deep Blue Sea at Högevallsbadet, Coffe & A Movie at Love Coffee, crazy ass samurais, a Tarantinoesque german genre coctail, witches, death cults, amazing shorts, talkshows and much much more!  Read More

Win tickets

On Friday, It Comes At Night has the Swedish Premiere and FFF and Scanbox gives you the opportunity to win tickets to the movie! All you need to do is answer this question: What country does the actor Joel Edgerton come from? We need the answer to by Wednesday 28/6! IT COMES AT NIGHT Imagine the fall of the world. Imagine something a lot worse. Award-winning filmmaker Trey Edward Shults is following his debut film Krisha with the psychological horror... Read More

Film submissions are now open for 2017

It’s time to submit your films for this years edition of LIFFF! We screen both shorts and feature films. For all the information you need and to submit your film, click the link below. We look forward to viewing your work! Film submission Feature deadline is August 1st and Short films deadlne is July 15th  Read More

LIFFF back in September

LIFFF is moving back to September again, and this years festival dates are sept 28th until oct 7th and we will be bringing you 10 more days of movie madness. No Malmö excursion this year but we will be hosting a couple of fun events leading up to the festival! We will also have a more active webpage this year with news articles, movie reviews. If you want to contribute, please contact Keep an eye out on the website and facebook for all announcements and news!  Read More

Become a member!

This year again, we are introducing membership cards again, these will be mandatory in order to see the films at this year’s festival. Membership costs 100: – / year, and also allows you to go on previews, special tours, giving you the opportunity to participate in contests for members only, and …. The first 100 who pay membership will get a ticket for this year’s inaugural film and mingle before the inauguration! Sign up now! The membership card will... Read More

Win movie tickets with LIFFF and Studio S

In conjunction with Studio S we give you the chance to win movie tickets to the new horror film Incarnate. All you have to do is answer this question: What Batman villain has Aaron Eckhart portrayed in movies? Send your answer to by march 24th. In New York, the boy Cameron lives with his Dutch mother Lindsey that is divorced from his alcoholic father Dan. One night, Cameron overhears a noise in the kitchen and is attacked by a homeless; however he kills... Read More

Annual meeting

Our annual meeting will be held at Stadshallen at 7pm on December 14th. See you there!  Read More

Fantastic Film Forum

Fantastic Film Forum goes Malmö! This year’s edition of Lund International Fantastic Film Festival might have come to an end but on November the 16th we invite you all to an extra day of exciting seminars, mingles and fantastic works in progress in collaboration with Filmcentrum Syd. Place: Filmcentrum Syd, Monbijougatan 17E, 211 53 Malmö Time: 9.30am-3pm Free admission for all, but you have to sign up beforehand. Sign up by sending an email to 9.30-10.00... Read More

The Méliès d’Or winners 2016

Raw (Grave) by Julia Ducournau wins the Méliès d’or 2016 L’oeil silencieux (The Frozen Eye) wins the Méliès d’or 2016 for short film Lund, October 29, 2016 The European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation (EFFFF) is pleased to announce the winners of the 20th Méliès d’or competition for European fantastic film. The Méliès d’or for feature film was awarded to Raw (Grave) Director: Julia Ducournau (France, Belgium, 2016). “Shocking in the very... Read More

The Méliès d’Argent winners 2016

Let us present to you the winners of the Méliès d’Argent competition at Lund International Fantastic Film Festival 2016: The Feature film Méliès D’argent went to Dan Pringle och hans film K-Shop with the jury’s motivation: A bizarre and deeply disturbing confrontation with a violent racist society, a story that keeps evolving, and with excellent and realistic acting from the main character down to the extras. The short film Méliès D’argent went... Read More