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The Film School moves to a new building

The Film School has moved its operations from Grensasvegur over to Sudurlandsbraut 18. This is the future placing of the school as we have signed a lease for 20 years. The school will start by renting about 70% of the building, but we plan on renting the whole building within the...
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Graduation Spring 2020

In beautiful weather yesterday an impressive group graduated from departments within The Icelandic Film School on a festive occasion. It is always an amazing experience seeing students reach their goals and graduate from the school. The gains are obvious when you view their...
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Graduation Speech Spring 2020

Dear graduation students, parents, families and friends, teachers and staff members, I welcome you to this graduation from The Icelandic Film School in the spring of the year 2020. It is always enjoyable for us to graduate students and especially on such a lovely day. Last...
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The Film School reopens after quarantine

The Film Schools students, who have these last few weeks been sat at home being taught remotely, finally returned back to the school for traditional classes, though of course maintaining their 2 meter distance rules. Filming and preparing to film was a priority, as the students...
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Save Bio Paradis

For the last 10 years Bio Paradis has had a special place for both students and staff of The Icelandic Film School. Every Friday our students have flocked there for film history, and to watch carefully chosen films that have completely changed the genre of film making. Our...
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Iceland in the time of Covid19

With the global epidemic that has had a foothold in most countries, devastating most populations, Iceland has of course been greatly affected by it. What seems to set the country apart from most though, is its ability to handle the spread, and find the best way to contain it....
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Iceland is the right place to study

To our international applicants, please note ; If you are applying for the autumn semester and get accepted you need to be in Iceland before the 19th of August. For the spring semester you need to be here before the 12th of January.We still have 18 free slots for autumn 2020 and...
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The Icelandic Film School in the pandemic

The Icelandic Films School, as other colleges and universities, was made to shut down during a gathering ban that was set in the country and the teachings have been fully done online for the last two weeks. Of course this has effected the studies, as it is in great part a hands...
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Information about Iceland and the Covid-19 pandemic

Like every other country in the world, Iceland has been dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. The most important thing to remember is that every member of the society is in the fight against this scourge together.  In response to the virus, The Minister of Health, Svandis...
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Bolli Mar has a new program at RUV

Bolli Mar Bjarnason graduated from Acting at The Icelandic Film School in December 2015 and has just started a new program at RUV, called “Here we do not talk nonsense”. We caught up with him for some information. Do you remember when films first enthralled you? To be...
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