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Don’t Miss Reykjavík’s Stockfish Film Festival 2018

Stockfish 2018
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Attention please, movie lovers! The fourth edition of the Stockfish Film Festival & Industry Days will be held at Bíó Paradís from the 1st to the 11th of March 2018. This film festival focuses on national and international art-house movies, and screens award-winning movies from all over the world.

The roots of the festival reach back to 1978, when the Reykjavík Film Festival was established. In 2015 the festival was revitalized, and with it a new name was introduced: Stockfish Film Festival.

Stockfish connects Icelandic and international film industry professionals and aims to be a breeding ground for new collaborations and ideas. It’s open to the  public and the best artistic movies are shown. Among the movies shown are: Loveless, What Will People Say, Communion, The Golden Dawn Girls and A Fantastic Woman. Loveless and A Fantastic Woman are both nominated for an Oscar!

Don’t Miss Reykjavík’s Stockfish Film Festival 2018
Photo by Stockfish Film Festival

The program is also filled with interesting events, competitions and workshops, like:

  • Meeting Point for Nordic Women in Filmmaking
  • Iceland, Greenland and The Faroe Islands as a Film Location – The Three Islands
  • Icelandic Works in Progress
  • Shortfish – Short Film Competition
  • Documentary Masterclass
  • Midpoint – Screenwriting Workshop

It’s held in collaboration with Bíó Paradís, the Icelandic Film Centre, the Film Directors Guild of Iceland, Association of Icelandic Film Producers, Society of Women in Filmmaking, Icelandic Actors Guild, The Icelandic Cinematographers Society and The Icelandic Dramatists’ Union.

The festival offers single tickets, festival passes and a four-ticket pass. A lot of the events are free of charge. For information about pricing, check out the website of the Stockfish Film Festival. Follow their Facebook page for regular updates!

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