The Icelandic Film Centre’s Director speaks exclusively to Cinema Scandinavia.
Founded in 2003, the Icelandic Film Centre is an autonomous public body that provides financial support for domestic film-making and promotes Icelandic films at home and abroad. Since it’s inception Laufey Gudjonsdottir has been the Icelandic Film Centre’s Director.
‘There was the Icelandic Film Fund before,’ she explains. ‘That was established in 1979 at a very small scale and then it grew. In 2003 there was the new law and regulation that took over from . . .
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