Panel: Film Policy 2020-2030

In the fall of 2020, Icelandic authorities unveiled their film policy for the next decade. It outlined four goals, and ten actions to be taken to strengthen the industry, improve education, increase funding and maintain its competitiveness internationally. Now more than three years on, what has been accomplished and where are we lagging behind? In these talks representatives from the authorities and key stakeholders in the industry will discuss the situation today and what needs to be done going forward. Panel followed by presentations of: Film in Iceland  Record in Iceland Massif 


Friday the 12th of April


Sykursalur - Bjargargata 1 102, 102 reykjavík



Film in Iceland

Film in Iceland is a part of Business Iceland, a public-private partnership established to improve the competitiveness of Icelandic companies and to stimulate economic growth. Recently, Iceland has been garnering industry attention as a production destination. Internationally acclaimed producers, actors, and directors have been working with Iceland’s highly skilled local crews.


Record in Iceland

Record in Iceland is a promotional effort run by Iceland Music, a public export office for Icelandic music, in collaboration with Business Iceland, Iceland’s foreign service and Reykjavik Music City. The project is funded by the Ministry of Culture and Business Affairs. 



Massif is an innovative location-scouting platform designed for film producers, photographers and creative professionals. It is an all-in-one platform to help its clients find the perfect shooting location and provide them with all the essential information.