Paramount TV and Anonymous Content have acquired the rights to Icelandic author Bergsveinn Birgisson’s novel “The Black Viking”.
News 2017 - November
The number of Icelanders who are not registered members of any religious organization has more than doubled since 2010.
In total about 83 percent of Reykjavík residents drive to work, while less than 25 percent use public transportation, according to a recent Eurostat report.
An earthquake occurred this morning at 7:36 11 km (6.8 mi) northwest of Siglufjörður, North Iceland measuring magnitude 3.7.
A 7.9 km (4.9 mi) long tunnel, named Norðfjarðargöng, opened yesterday between Neskaupstaður and Eskifjörður in East Iceland, replacing a difficult mountain road around Oddskarð.
The seventh annual Icelandic Beer Festival will be held in the period of February 22-24th next year, celebrating Beer Day in Iceland.
Nearly twenty Icelandic authors will take part in book fairs and other related events, taking place around the world this month.
A comprehensive research on the effects of concussions and head trauma on female athletes is about to commence. This will be the first research of its kind in Iceland.
Icelandic Language Day will be celebrated in Iceland this month with a video campaign of short interviews asking speakers why the language is important to them.