Watch prize-winning Icelandic movies at Reykjavik's arthouse cinema

Catch the famous "Heima" documentary on a tour that Sigur ...

Catch the famous "Heima" documentary on a tour that Sigur Rós made of Iceland in 2006. Still/ mbl.is

If you're interested in Icelandic film, you should know that the latest prize-winning offerings of cinema in Iceland can be viewed at Bíó Paradís in central Reykjavik. 

Bíó Paradís is a lovely, small and quaint cinema in downtown Reykjavik which offers a fantastic selection of arthouse films.  Here's where you can catch award winning international films from all corners of the globe, cult classics, a good selection of quality children's films and of course, Icelandic films. 

Currently there are three Icelandic films showing at Bíó Paradís, the internationally acclaimed Heartstone, a coming of age story of an Icelandic boy, Of Horses and Men, a 2013 drama also set in the Icelandic countryside, and documentary Heima, which documents a series of impromptu gigs in Iceland of Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós in 2006. 

Furthermore, Bíó Paradís offers a cosy café/ bar where you can enjoy a pre-movie drink and snacks. 

For tickets and further info you can visit Bíó Paradís on their website HERE. 

Bíó Paradís is the only arthouse cinema in Reykjavik.

Bíó Paradís is the only arthouse cinema in Reykjavik. Mbl.is/Golli

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