Ronia, the Robber's Daughter (Ronja Rövardotter in Sweden, Ronja Robbersdaughter in the USA) is a 1984 Swedish fantasy film directed by Tage Danielsson, based on the novel of the same title by Astrid Lindgren, and adapted for the screen by Lindgren herself.
When the film was broadcast on television two years after the theatrical premiere, the film was twenty minutes longer and uncensored (the theatrical release allowed viewing from 7 years and older). This spurred a debate where critics asked if film was more harmful in the film theatres than on television.
The film was a major success, becoming the highest-grossing 1984 film in Sweden, More than 1.5 million people attended its screenings in Sweden.
The film won Reader Jury of the "Berliner Morgenpost" and the Silver Berlin Bear ("For a movie of extraordinary fantasy") at the 35th Berlin International Film Festival in 1985. The film was also nominated for a Golden Bear.