Reykjavik International Film Festival

NAME OF FESTIVAL: Reykjavik International Film Festival

SINCE: 2004

WHERE: Reykjavík, Iceland

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

Reykjavik International Film Festival takes place every year in late September for eleven days. The festival shows a wide range of dramas and non-fiction films from over 40 countries. The festival highlights independent film making from all over the world with an emphasis on up-and-coming filmmakers.

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The 2011 Reykjavik International Film Festival Winners with Twilight Portrait Taking Top Prize

The 2011 Reykjavik International Film Festival Winners with Twilight Portrait Taking Top Prize

Twilight Portrait

Russian director Angelina Nikonova´s film TWILIGHT PORTRAIT (Portret V Sumerkakh) which tells a story of revenge between a social worker and a militia man against the modern day backdrop of a Russia ridden with social conflict, won the top award, the Golden Puffin Discovery Award at 2011 Reykjavik International Film Festival in Iceland.

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