Set amidst the majestic splendour of the Icelandic countryside, Icelandic writer-director Benedikt Erlingsson interweaves a series of tales about horse-owners and their steeds.
A guy named Arni Runar had the idea of gathering a few bands together in his backyard to do some live recording. His idea evolved into this film. He filled his little shack of a studio with equipment and prayed for good weather. He invited all of his neighbors and made them pizza, cupcakes and pancakes. And then many of the most exciting Icelandic musicians of their generation showed up to play, giving us a unique look at the diverse music scene of Reykjavik in the summer of 2009. With some of the most celebrated bands coming out of Reykjavik right now, including Mum, FM Belfast, Hjaltalin and Sin Fang Bous.
Sodoma Reykjavik (1992)
Since his mother wants to watch TV, Axel, a young auto-mechanic, must recover her remote control, accidentally taken by his punk sister Maja. During his quest, he becomes involved in the conflict between Moli, the liquor smuggler, and Aggi, a night club owner who wants to be Iceland's first mafia boss.
I Remember You (2017)
A young man and woman move to a small, abandoned town in Iceland and begin renovations on an old house. Little by little they learn about the town's dark history.
Woman At War (2018)
Halla, an environmental activist, tries to bring down the operations of a regional aluminium business. Things change when she receives a letter of approval for the adoption of an orphan child.
On Top (1982)
On Top is an Icelandic musical comedy from 1982, directed by Icelandic director Ágúst Guðmundsson. The film, which still enjoys widespread popularity in Iceland, tells the story of two bands that go on a tour together and then become engaged in a rivalry.
In a fishing village in Iceland, a young man watches his best friend try to win the heart of a girl. As he watches his friend pursue the girl he discovers he has feelings for his friend.
Angels of the Universe (2000)
Distraught after a recent breakup with his girlfriend, aspiring painter Páll (Ingvar E. Sigurðsson) spirals into a deep depression. As his behavior grows increasingly erratic, Páll's parents, who can no longer tolerate his violent outbursts, institutionalize him.
Cold Fever (1995)
Masatoshi finds misadventure and eccentric characters while in Iceland to perform a memorial service for his parents.