A variety of films from Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Romania, and the U.K. will be screened at the Reykjavík European Film Festival from November 16 to 25 at Bíó Paradís.
Eleven new or recent films in four categories will be screened, new European films, films nominated for the European Parliament Lux prize, films about gender-based violence (screened in collaboration with UN WOMEN), as well as three older films which form the Trilogy of Silence by acclaimed Greek director Theo Angelopoulos, who passed away last year.
The festival is held in cooperation with the information office of European Union delegation to Iceland. Smaller versions of the festival will be held in Akureyri, North Iceland, by the Akureyri Film Club at the beginning of December.
Tickets are ISK 500 (USD 3.90, EUR 3) and a festival pass valid for five movies is ISK 2,000 (USD 15, EUR 12).
For trailers and more information visit the website of Bíó Paradís.