Jada Yuan, The New York Times’ 52 Places Traveler, has released a new 360° virtual reality video of her recent visit to Iceland.
Ráðhildur Ingadóttir's multimedia installation "Ultimate, Relative" incorporates raw wool, memory, and dreams.
In a TV interview on the news analysis program Kastljós last night, Icelandic musician Björk spoke of the world of virtual reality, which she has embraced.
Þór Þorsteinsson, a member of search and rescue association ICE-SAR, posted a video on Facebook from yesterday’s operation leading to the rescue of two ptarmigan hunters who were lost on Snæfellsnes peninsula in West Iceland.
The bright summer nights are gone and autumn is arriving. The northern lights have become visible again and photographers have begun hunting the dancing aurora in the sky.
An Icelandic family traveling in the West Fjords spotted an unusual creature near the bird cliff Látrabjarg yesterday.
Garðar Ólafsson, student at the Icelandic Film School, recently published Powerful Iceland—a short film featuring both time-lapse and drone footage of stunning Icelandic landscapes.
Two filmmakers at the German Stuttgart Media University have released a film to Youtube featuring ethereal Icelandic landscapes in 4K definition.
Icelandic singer Guðrún Ólafsdóttir and Spanish guitarist Francisco Javier Jáuregui recently filmed a new music video on the beach in Reykjavík to one of Iceland’s most beloved folk songs, ‘Vísur Vatnsenda-Rósu,’ arranged by acclaimed composer Jón Ásgeirsson.
Ágúst Sigurjónsson made an extremely cool time lapse video of the solar eclipse in Reykjavík on March 20. You have to watch this.
Kjartan Gunnsteinsson was traveling near Europe’s largest bird cliff Látrabjarg in the southern West Fjords at midnight during the summer solstice on June 21 when he witnessed an incredible natural phenomenon: fog falling down the cliff like a waterfall.
Friends Jóhann Konráð Birgisson and Finnbogi Helgi Snæbjörnsson shot a video of themselves mowing the lawn of their summer house in Grenivík, North Iceland, on the occasion of the First Day of Summer—despite the lawn being covered in snow.
Snow, sun, snow, sun… A time-lapse video showing the weather outside the headquarters of the Icelandic Met Office in Reykjavík from 5 am to 4 pm yesterday in 40 seconds, gives a good idea of how changeable the weather in Iceland can be.
The Iceland Aurora Films team recently published the video Reykjavík Aurora of the northern lights seen from central Reykjavík. Because of light pollution, people usually drive away from the capital to view or photograph the aurora borealis.
Since the turn of the century, there has been a huge decline in the release and sale of rental and retail visuals in physical format in Iceland.
Iceland's Holuhraun has been erupting continuously for almost five months now. Here is a video of the eruption.
Five Icelandic siblings, who posted a video of themselves performing The Real Group’s ‘Pass Me the Jazz’ on YouTube on January 2 and shared it with their Facebook friends as a New Year’s greeting, have proven a major online hit, their video having been viewed more than 7,000 times.
Photographer Joe Capra traveled to Greenland and Iceland to shoot ten nights of the Arctic Aurora. The video, called ‘Two Lands - Greenland | Iceland,’ is a compilation of some of the footage he filmed while there.
Anne Marieke took a horse tour in Iceland in 2014 and made a video about it. She calls it Horse Round up Víðidalur. If you are interested in Iceland or in horses, then check out this is the video.
Icelandic journalist and pilot Ómar Ragnarsson along with filmmaker Friðþjófur Helgason made the following video of the Holuhraun eruption during a recent evening flyover.
These thermal images (FLIR) of the craters in Holuhraun, seen from the west, by the Institute of Earth Sciences field group, show the development of the eruption. A new video shows the molten lava bubbling in the crater and the expanse of the new lava field.