Halla Kristín Einarsdóttir was born in Reykjavik. She studied fine art, film theory and cultural communication, is currently working with respectable documentary films but has a shady past in underground shorts and art video. She has worked various roles in film and television since 2004, teaches creative documentary at the University of Iceland but is most known for her awarded documentaries about the women´s rights movement in Iceland.
Kitchen Sink Revolution – Documentary – 2015
Women in Red Stockings – Documentary -2009
Pssst – Documentary short 2008
Transplosive – Documentary 2006
Obsession – Portrait of an artist short 2006
Life is a Cabaret! – Documentary with Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir 2005
Vei! Hryðjuverk! – TV short 2001