US actor Ben Affleck confirmed this week that he will be part of the filming of scenes for the movie Justice League, to be done in Djúpavík, the West Fjords
An exhibition, featuring a series of photos by Kristina Petrošiutė, titled Decompostion, opened last weekend in Gallery Ramskram, Njálsgata 49, Reykjavík.
Archaeologists have found the bottom of a grave in the land of Ytri-Ásar in Skaftárhreppur, South Iceland, where a Viking sword and human bones were recently discovered.
Today, goose hunters discovered human bones near the place in South Iceland where a Viking Age sword was recently found.
Organizers of the 2016 Iceland Airwaves music festival, to be held November 2-6, have just announced that Icelandic musician Björk will perform an exclusive show at Harpa concert hall on Saturday, November 5.
A record four hundred people have signed up for Icelandic as a second language at the University of Iceland this fall.
The 2016 Reykjavík International Film Festival (RIFF) will be held in Reykjavík, September 29-October 9.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Icelandic film director Baltasar Kormákur is in talks with American film producer Harvey Weinstein to direct the Weinstein Co.’s next film.
A recent archaeological find in Iceland suggests that the country may have been inhabited as early as the year 800, or 74 years earlier than its official settlement date.
RVK Studios and RÚV have reached an agreement to cooperate in the production of a second season of the popular mystery TV series ‘Trapped’ (‘Ófærð’).
The Arnamagnæan Manuscript Collection will not be moved from its current location in Copenhagen, as had been suggested.
The Nordic Council Film Prize Festival opens at Háskólabíó cinema in Reykjavík tomorrow night and runs through September 18.
University of Iceland History Professor Gunnar Karlsson suggests the sword discovered by goose hunters in South Iceland may have belonged to the priest and chieftain Hróar Tungugoði.
More than 200 people are busy preparing for Canadian pop star Justin Bieber’s concerts in Kórinn, Kópavogur, to be held tomorrow and Friday.
The Icelandic film Sparrows (Þrestir) has been nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize, to be presented in Copenhagen on November 1.
The first sheep herders headed for the mountains yesterday for the annual réttir, roundups of horses and sheep. The first réttir will take place in the Húnavatnssýsla and Eyjafjörður regions tomorrow.