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276 articles available in total starting from 19/09/2002. Last article published on 23/06/2022.

Ahead of Time official entry

Veteran director Agust Gudmundsson is Iceland’s film ambassador for the 2006 Oscars nominations race with his seventh feature film Ahead of Time, Iceland’s most popular local film in 2004 with...  

08/11/2005 | Oscars 2006 | Iceland

Reykjavik film event kicks off

The second Reykjavik International Film Festival (RIFF) starts this Thursday with a rich programme of over 50 films selected by Greek-born Dimitri Eipides -an established programmer in the...  

27/09/2005 | Festivals | Iceland

Three Icelandic films in Toronto

Baltasar Kormakur’s first English language film A Little Trip to Heaven and Sturla Gunnarsson’s epic film Beowulf and Grendel have been invited to screen at Toronto International Film Festival ’s...  

02/09/2005 | Festivals | Iceland

Eastwood shorts Flags of Our Fathers

Hollywood’s biggest film names Steven Spielberg and Clint Eastwood are currently shooting in Iceland until next month scenes for their latest mega-production Flags of Our Fathers, a World War II...  

17/08/2005 | Production | Iceland

Best Shorts & Docs in Reykjavik

The fourth Reykjavik Shorts & Docs Film Festival will take place from May 25-29 at the Tjarnarbio Cinema in the Icelandic capital. Organised by the Icelandic Filmmakers Association, the festival...  

24/05/2005 | Festivals | Iceland

Six Edda for Nói Albínói

Icelandic director Dagur Kari's first feature, Noi, the Albino, won six Edda awards at this year's ceremony last weekend (Icelandic Film & TV Awards). The film has received around 20 international...  

15/10/2003 | Awards | Iceland

Kàri and Härö's big dream

Two feature film debuts: Icelandic director Dagur Kàri’s Nói Albinói and Finnish director Klaus Härö’s film Elina have been selected by their respective countries to run for the Oscar nominations....  

01/10/2003 | Oscars 2004 | Finland/Iceland

Bjork back on big screen

Following her first film venture in Lars von Trier's Dancer In The Dark, the Icelandic singer Björk will lend her voice to a half-hour 3D animated film produced by Caoz Ltd in Reykjavik called...  

05/09/2003 | Films | Iceland

Douglas “Bends” it

August will see Ròbert I. Douglas scouting locations for his next feature, Eleven Men. This time around, Douglas, the man who brought us A Man Like Me, chose to make a surreal social satire that...  

23/07/2003 | Production | Iceland

Fridriksson’s young talents

Icelandic film director’s Fridrik Thór Fridriksson forthcoming project, Niceland, will feature a stellar international cast. The man behind hits like Falcons, which he directed and Maria...  

17/06/2003 | Production | Iceland

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