HD, documentary, 00:68:00, 16:9, 2016.
World premier @ Visions du Reel 2016 in the 'Regard Neuf' competition.
Icelandic premier @ Bíó Paradís, art-house cinema, Reykjavik, May 2016.
Winner of Skjaldborg film festival, May 2016.
Nordic premier @ Nordisk Panorama 2016 in the best documentary competition.
Eastern European premier @ Warsaw Film Festival 2016 as part of best documentary competition.
German premier @ DOK Leipzig 2016 as part of International Programme. Nominated for EU - OSHA award..
Nomination for best documentary at 58. Nordic Film days in Lübeck, Germany.
Brotfabrik programmkino, Berlin.
Screening as part of Docu/Life section at Docudays UA in Kiyv, Ukraine.
Nomination for best documentary at Pêcheurs du Monde, Lorient, France.
Nomination for best documentary in the World´s Workers section at FF Millenium, Brussels, Belgium.
Nomination for best documentary in the CivilDOC section at CineDoc, Tbilisi, Georgia.
Kino am Raschplatz, Hannover, Germany.
SCALA programmkino, Lüneburg, Germany.
FSK programmkino, Oranienplatz, Berlin, Germany.
'Cryptopian States'. Curated by Jonatan Habib Engqvist, Gudny Gudmundsdottir and Sara Oldudottir at the residency of the Icelandic ambassador to Berlin as part of Cycle Music and Art Festival.
Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (Berlin Museum of Modern Art).
Curated by Anna Bitterwolf as part of 12x12 programm.
Studio Olafur Eliasson Kitchen at Marshall house Reykjavik, Iceland. Curator Christine Werner.
'Line of Light' at Serendipity Art Festival, Panaji, Goa, India. Curated by Serendipity Arts Foundation.
Director: Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir
Co-script writers: Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir, Helga Rakel Rafnsdóttir, Hinrik Þór Svavarsson
Photography: Dennis Helm
Sound: Huldar Freyr Arnarson
Editing: Kristján Lodmjörd
Original music score composed by: Joseph Marzolla
Executive producer: Helga Rakel Rafnsdóttir
Production company: Skarkali ehf.
Distributor: Deckert distribution and Nordlichter
Co-producers: Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir (dottirdottir) and Thorvardur Björgúlfsson (Kukl)
Assistant Director: Karolina Boguslawska
2nd Camera: Grímur Jón Sigurdsson
1st Assistant Camera: Baldvin Vernhardsson and Pétur Már Pétursson
2nd Assistant Camera: Carolina Salas
Sound Recordist: Bogi Reynisson
Boom Operator: Ari Rannveigarson
Data Manager: Carolina Salas
Rough Cut: Dalia Castel
Color Grading: Bjarki Gudjónsson
Catering: Helena Hansdóttir Aspelund
Interviews: Hulda Rós Gudnadóttir, Karolina Boguslawska
Translation: Karolina Boguslawska, Kasia Breustedt
Proofreading: Luci Dayhew, Neil McMahon
Post Production Facility: Trickshot
Sound Facility: Sound Park Posthouse
Credit song 'Gvendur á Eyrinni' composed by Rúnar Gunnarsson and Thorsteinn Eggertsson and originally performed by Dátar. Performed by Prins Póló.
Made with the support of Icelandic Film Center, Icelandic National Broadcasting Service (RUV), The Culture Board of Reykjavik, etc.
Interview with Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir about the film printed in the May 2016 issue of Cinema Scandinavia