Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation in association with Icelandic Film Centre, Iceland, Embassy of Iceland, New Delhi & Honorary Consulate General of Iceland, Chennai presents


The Deep – “Djúpið” – 2012 – 95 min – Director: Baltasar Kormákur (Mon – 14.09.2015 – 6.30 pm)
Based on actual events, a fisherman tries to survive in the freezing ocean after his boat capsizes off the south coast of Iceland. (Awards: 11 Wins & 10 Nominations)

Life in a Fishbowl – “Vonarstræti” – 2014 – 129’ – Dir: Baldvin Zophoníasson (Tue – 15.09.2015 – 6.30 pm)
Three tales of three people who have a lasting effect on one another. A young writer whose career is skyrocketing finds himself in a stormy marriage. He divorces his wife after the death of their daughter, shuts himself from the outside world and drinks himself to death over a twenty-year period. (Awards: 15 Wins & 4 Nominations & Official submission of Iceland to the
Best Foreign Language Film category of the 87th Academy Awards 2015)

Of Horses & Men – “Hross í oss” – 2013 – 81 min – Dir: Benedikt Erlingsson (Wed – 16.09.2015 – 6.00 pm)
A country romance about the human streak in the horse and the horse in the human. Love and death become interlaced and with immense consequences. The fortunes of the people in the country through the horses’ perception. (Awards: 20 Wins & 14 Nominations)

Metalhead – “Málmhaus” – 2013 – 97 min – Dir: Ragnar Bragason (Wed – 16.09.2015 – 7.20 pm)
A girl is caught between the life that took her brother and her own inability to strike out on her own. In her grief, she finds solace in the dark music of Black Metal and dreams of becoming a rock star. (Awards: 8 Wins & 11 Nominations)

Volcano – “Eldfjall” – 2011 – 99 min – Dir: Rúnar Rúnarsson (Fri – 18.09.2015 – 6.00 pm)
Hannes is an old man who has grown apart from his children. Recently retired when his wife gets ill he tries to reconcile with them and to atone for his cold demeanor in the past.
(Awards: 14 Wins & 13 Nominations & Iceland’s official submission to the
Best Foreign Language Film category of the 84th Academy Awards 2012)

Paris of the North / 2014 / 98’ / Dir: Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson (Fri – 18.09.2015 – 7.30 pm)
Hugi is a teacher in a small and remote village in the east of iceland (population 169). He is quite content by himself among the mountains, which surround the quite village where hardly anyone walks the streets. But has he withdrawn too far? When Hugi receives a phone call from his estranged father announcing his arrival he is not too pleased. But after consulting with his AA-sponser, Hugi, decides to welcome him. Something he immediately regrets. (Awards: 2 Wins & 15 Nominations)