The Icelandic film industry’s premier festival, Stockfish, will offer four screenings of its short film program at Film Noir Cinema at 6:00 pm September 27-28, or at 4:00 pm September 29-30. The short film division of the Stockfish festival, aptly dubbed Shortfish, focuses on highlighting up-and-coming Icelandic filmmakers. The Shortfish screenings at Film Noir Cinema will feature six short films and will run for approximately 90 minutes. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no age restrictions on these films, but they are not recommended for children.
The event will be hosted by Stockfish Festival Director Marzibil Sæmundardóttir and feature a Q&A after the screenings with Ársæll Níelsson, an Icelandic actor, film producer and co-founder of the Flateyri Fun Fest.