Reykjavik International Film Festival was first held in 2004 to shed light on the importance of Icelandic movies and young creators, soon attracting international attention. The 11-day festival provides filmmakers an opportunity to show their works and for viewers to see some high-quality films. During this event, numerous awards are given to the most talented creators, with the main award being Golden Puffin.
What makes this event stand out even more is the unusual places where these movies are screened. It could be in an ice cave, swimming pool, or even in one of the filmmaker’s homes. These different places that are adjusted according to the movie allow viewers to get into the mood of the movie as well as understand the idea behind it better.
Don’t miss an opportunity to explore the great Langjokull glacier and take part in RIFF 2023 by watching “Into the Ice” – an eye-opening documentary about melting glaciers. What can be better than combining something as enjoyable as seeing a movie and exploring an ice cave? Sounds too good to miss? Book a RIFF Ice Cave Cinema Tour now!