29.01.09. "Heidin" in Berlin

Small Mountain will be screened at CinemaxX Studio 14 on Saturday February the 7th, EFM Berlin Film Festival.


11.10.08. "Heidin" in Estonia

Small Mountain will take part in the International Film Festival Black Nights in Tallinn, Estonia. Our film will be screened between the 28. November and the 7. December 2008.


10.10.08. "Heidin" in Germany

Small Mountain has been officially selected to be screened in the "International Discoveries" section at the International Film Festival in Mannheim-Heidelberg from the 6. to the 16. of November this year. The director, Einar Thor, with actors of the film will visit the festival.


23.07.08. "Heidin" in Norway

Small Mountain will be screened at The Norwegian International Film Festival in the programme of New Nordic Films between the 21. and 23. August 2008. This is the first screening of Small Mountain outside of Iceland, and for Industry Professionals only. Screenings at Edda cinema, Thursday 21. August at 15.30, and Saturday 23. August at 15.00.


02.07.08. The Spanish Woman in writing

The writing of "The Spanish Woman", the screenplay, is now coming to an end and by early fall we hope to be able to bring it out of our development plan. Based on Einar Thor's short story which appeared in the Icelandic literary magazine 'Mal og Menning' almost ten years ago, it tells the story of an older lady, Dolores, and her encounter with a young Englishman with a dubious past.


30.06.08 The Third Name and A DOGumentary online this year.

Passport Pictures is now preparing The Third Name to be available in full length on this site this year with remixed soundtrack. We are also re mixing and preparing A DOGumentary, the documentary which was screened on Icelandic National TV in 1997 with very high rating. The new version will be narrated in English, include additional music score and made available online be the end of this year.


25.06.08 "Heidin" in Hafnarfjordur

Small Mountain will be screened at 20.00 this Friday the 27th of June in partnership with the Icelandic Film Museum who runs Baejarbio, one of the oldest and certainly one of the most beautiful cinema in the country. The screening is held in order to raise a bit of money for Galtarviti lighthouse where a rebuilding of an old barn is taking place. The idea is to turn it into an artists workshop.