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269 articles available in total starting from 19/09/2002. Last article published on 04/05/2022.

Review: Owls

Review: Owls

In his first feature, which has world-premiered in Reykjavik's Icelandic Panorama section, Teitur Magnusson explores the issues of domestic abuse, grief and guilt  

12/10/2021 | Reykjavik 2021

Reykjavik's Golden Puffin flies to Jacqueline Lentzou for Moon, 66 Questions

Reykjavik's Golden Puffin flies to Jacqueline Lentzou for Moon, 66 Questions

Other winners at the 18th edition of the Icelandic festival included Zinder, Wild Men and Clara Sola  

11/10/2021 | Reykjavik 2021 | Awards

The Icelandic Film and Television Academy announces the winners of the Edda Awards

The Icelandic Film and Television Academy announces the winners of the Edda Awards

The 2021 edition saw the triumph of Ragnar Bragason’s The Garden, which scooped nine accolades, and the TV drama The Minister, awarded with three statuettes  

06/10/2021 | Festivals | Awards | Iceland

Frédéric Boyer • Head of programming, Reykjavik International Film Festival

Interview: Frédéric Boyer • Head of programming, Reykjavik International Film Festival

“Programming a festival is a question of trust”

The programmer for Les Arcs and Tribeca now has a crack at bringing quality films to Reykjavik audiences, and we got the low-down on this year’s edition from him  

30/09/2021 | Reykjavik 2021

This year’s RIFF Industry Days to be studded with events and projects

This year’s RIFF Industry Days to be studded with events and projects

Running from 6-10 October, the programme combines established and rising talent during an inspirational series of seminars, workshops and events, and features a Work in Progress showcase  

30/09/2021 | Reykjavik 2021 | RIFF Industry Days

Eight films vying for the Golden Puffin at Reykjavik

Eight films vying for the Golden Puffin at Reykjavik

The 18th edition of the Reykjavik International Film Festival will showcase 85 features from 61 countries and boasts a nigh-on 50/50 gender ratio among their directors  

29/09/2021 | Reykjavik 2021

Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir’s debut 12 Hours to Destruction recently presented at the Finnish Film Affair

Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir’s debut 12 Hours to Destruction recently presented at the Finnish Film Affair

The musical adventure, currently in post-production, centres on 11-year-old Hanna and the rest of her childhood band, who aim to bring criminals to justice  

28/09/2021 | Production | Funding | Iceland/Finland

The Nordisk Film & TV Fond supports nine new projects

The Nordisk Film & TV Fond supports nine new projects

On this occasion, the Nordic body will back the making of two fiction features, three TV series and four documentary features  

20/09/2021 | Production | Funding | Iceland/Norway/Sweden/Denmark

Charlotte Sieling • Director of Margrete – Queen of the North

Interview: Charlotte Sieling • Director of Margrete – Queen of the North

“Don’t mention the ending when you write about our film, ever. It should be treated as a crime mystery – ‘The Mystery of False Olof’”

The Danish director discusses her film about the monarch that ruled Scandinavia  

30/08/2021 | Haugesund 2021

Ninna Pálmadóttir  • Director of All Dogs Die

Interview: Ninna Pálmadóttir • Director of All Dogs Die

“There’s a powerful urge to create after these overwhelming times of isolation and sitting with your thoughts”

As the Icelandic-born director prepares for European Film Promotion’s Future Frames, held as part of Karlovy Vary, we discover more about her short  

21/08/2021 | Future Frames 2021

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