Work in Progress



Agnes Joy

Silja Hauksdóttir

Rannveig is experiencing burnout in all aspects of her mundane suburban life. She’s stuck with a job she hates and a marriage that is slowly dying. On top of that, she’s constantly fighting with her rebellious daughter, Agnes, and can’t face the possibility of Agnes growing up and leaving her behind. When a new neighbor, Hreinn, shows up at their doorstep, Rannveig and family face new challenges that are beyond their control. 

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Kristín Jóhannesdóttir


After having witnessed her father's brutal murder, three-year-old Alma and her mother fled their war-torn homeland and settled in Iceland. Now, 25 years later, Alma is serving time in a psych ward for murdering her boyfriend, a crime she can't remember. But when she discovers the boyfriend is still alive, Alma decides to escape and kill him after all.


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Rúnar Rúnarsson

As Iceland gets ready for Christmas, a peculiar atmosphere settles over the country. An abandoned farm is burning, a children’s choir sings Christmas carols, chicken carcasses parade through a slaughterhouse, a museum employee is arguing on the phone, a young girl makes her mother try on her new virtual-reality headset… In 56 discrete scenes, Echo draws a portrait, both bitter and tender, of modern society.

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End of Sentence

End of Sentence

Elfar Adalsteins

Frank embarks on a journey to honor his deceased wife's last wish of having her ashes spread in her native Ireland. Frank's estranged son, recently released from prison, reluctantly agrees to accompany his father, in return for a ticket to  California and a promise of never having to see his father again. As it turns out, their journey together becomes more than both father and son had bargained for.

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Valdimar Jóhannsson

Under mysterious circumstances, an Icelandic sheep-farming couple find a newborn child that is half human, half sheep. Longing for a child of their own, they decide to keep the lamb-child and raise it as their own. This change in their life brings them much joy before ultimately destroying them.

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Shadow town


Jón Gústafsson

Maya inherits an old house on the dark side of Reykjavík but decides to sell it. When she goes to Iceland to close the sale, her ancestors start sending her angry messages. She decides to postpone the sale but the buyer gets frustrated and starts playing on Maya's weaknesses. A battle of ghosts and greed ensues, in which family secrets are revealed and lives are endangered. Maya's ancestors try to save her but in the end she must learn to save herself.

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Son of a very important man

Son of a Very Importan Man

Najwa Najjar

Sometimes the most unexpected roads in life are the detours you din't mean to take. A love story about divorce. 

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The County

Grímur Hákonarson

Inga runs a deeply indebted dairy farm in a remote valley in Iceland. After a tragic loss, she decides to rise up against the corrupt establishment exploiting her and the local community, and finally live life on her own terms.

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The Garden

Ragnar Bragason

Indíana Jónsdóttir lives in a large apartment block full of immigrants, whom she despises, and makes her living by preying upon the public welfare system. In her small private garden, she tends to her award-winning laburnum tree. When her only son turns up with a foreign girlfriend, Indíana’s world is upended.

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Fenar Ahmad

When the two Viking children Røskva and Tjalfe are taken to the land of Gods, Asgaard, by the God of Thunder Thor and the cunning God Loke, they meet a world at the brink of collapse which only they can save.

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