TOP

Sigur Rós: Heima

Heima is a documentary about the Icelandic band Sigur Rós and their summer tour in 2006. The documentary is made by the Canadian director Dean DeBlois, who has previously worked in the field of animation, including works such as Lilo & Stitch, and How to Train Your Dragon I & II.

Heima is the perfect conjunction between two worlds: music and cinema. The music of Sigur Rós has always been shrouded in atmosphere and infinite space depth that takes us out of our world to imaginary and natural places. These are . . .

SUBSCRIBE TO CINEMA SCANDINAVIA TO READ THIS ARTICLE!

Learn about subscriptions by clicking here. 

Subscribe to our digital service and read content online.

Register New Account

Choose your subscription level

Choose Your Payment Method

Paulo Antunes studied Art Studies at the University of Algarve in Faro, Portugal. He has worked in many different areas, from picking fruit to being a waiter in a restaurant, but has always had a passion for film and music. He has participated in the organisation of two film culture shows: the 5th Filmic Culture with the theme of the importance of music in the cinema, and the 2nd Filmic Culture with the theme of the theory of Superman. He completed a traineeship in CIAC and was also the manager of a Portuguese punk rock band named Defying Control. Currently he works on various film projects.