3 Apr 2017Icelandic movie director Baltasar Kormákur is negotiation with European production company Studiocanal on co-producing his new series, Katla. The series is set in near future Reykjavik where Katla volcano has been erupting for two years.
9 Apr 2016US director Steven Spielberg who directs the film version of Roald Dahl's immensely popular children's book the BFG (The Big Friendly Giant) was so adamant to have Icelandic actor Ólafur Darri Ólafsson star in the film that he didn't even need to audition.
25 Feb 2016"Ólafur Darri Ólafsson is 6ft 5in, has a beard like a pine forest and the gait of a grizzly bear," writes The Guardian, and they're talking about the Icelandic star of Trapped, dubbed as Iceland's most unlikely sex symbol.
22 Feb 2016Popular Icelandic TV drama series ‘Trapped’ came to its thrilling conclusion yesterday evening – and locals were asked not to let on to the rest of the world the secret behind the deaths of Guðmundur and Hrafn.
9 Feb 2016Icelandic TV drama series Trapped (Ófærð) was premiered on French channel France 2 last night with over 5 million people watching the first four episodes which were all aired on the same night.
26 Jan 2016The BBC is currently promoting the trailer to Icelandic drama series Ófærð or Trapped in English. The series, which has receivd great reviews in Iceland will be shown on Saturday evenings at 9 pm.
26 Dec 2015Icelandic series Ófærð (Trapped) premieres on RÚV on Sunday night. The series is the most ambitious and expensive Icelandic TV series to date and will be shown in all of Scandinavia, Britain, Germany and the US in the next few weeks.
2 Oct 2015A trailer from a new TV series called Ófærð (Trapped) directed by Baltasar Kormákur was premiered on Mbl.is last night. The series is the most ambitious and expensive Icelandic TV series to date and will be shown in all of Scandinavia, Britain, Germany and the US.
11 Sep 2015The Weinstein Company (TWC) announced today that they have acquired U.S. rights to Icelandic-language crime series TRAPPED from RVK Studios and Dynamic Television. The deal marks the first time an Icelandic television show will have been acquired for U.S. broadcast.