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Abbababb!

Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir

In the late summer of 1980, eight-year-old Aron and the rest of his secret club aim to bring criminals to justice when a dynamite robbery draws their attention. Their ensuing adventure pits good vs. evil, disco vs. punk, and ends with love conquering all. A family film based on the hit musical of the same name.

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Kill the Poet

Fridrik Thor Fridriksson

Iceland's greatest, and poorest, young poet and a female painter from one of Reykjavík's wealthiest families begin an epic, star-crossed love affair during World War II, at a time when artists such as themselves were being blacklisted by Communist witch-hunts. Set in Reykjavík and New York.

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Quake

Tinna Hrafnsdóttir

Repressed memories that Sage unconsciously blocked as a child suddenly start to come back, revealing the truth about her past.

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Recurrence

Marteinn Thórsson

Recurrence is a supernatural thriller about Una (22), whose son (4) disappeared years ago and is presumed dead. After a suicide attempt, a sinister creature appears and Una starts to live a parallel story that happened a hundred years ago, a story of another Una, of rape, violence and murder. 

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Reply to a letter from Helga

Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir

In a remote fjord in 1040's Iceland, Bjarni, a young farmer, and Helga, an aspiring poet, begin a passionate, forbidden affair, with their emotions running as wild as the ocean waves that surround them. 

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Summerlight and then comes the Night

Elfar Aðalsteins

The Village is brimming with stories and if you listen carefully we might tell you a few: of the Manager who dreams in Latin and leaves his promising carrier for Astronomy and old books, of a near translucent boy who carves out and paints moorland birds, of an open-air affair in the country and a big rock that is chiselled to dust.

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The Hunter's Son

Ricky Rijneke

The Hunter’s Son is a father and son story about the aftermath of a hunting trip that goes wrong. An impulsive act explodes into tragedy.

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Wolka

Árni Ólafur Ásgeirsson

Anna, gets released from a Polish prison on parole after fifteen years behind bars – after having committed a homicide. Once free, Anna has but one goal – to find a woman whose name is Dorota. She discovers that Dorota has moved to Iceland. Anna leaves Poland regardless of her parole, on a false passport.

Once in Iceland Anna has to play two faces since she is now a fugitive. She finally finds Dorota, and it is revealed that the reason Anna was willing to sacrifice so much to find her, is much deeper and more complicated than one might think. 

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