The special theme at this year’s Reykjavík International Film Festival questioned the role of the media in war, among other issues.
Home in the Ice is a quiet little film that shows six remarkable women whose intimate reflections are warm-hearted and conciliatory.
The Flaming Lips close Iceland Airwaves 2014 in a style that can only be described as ecstatic, confetti-crazed and completely over the top. The War on Drugs as a warm-up is not bad either, even without the gimmicks.
It is always the ones you expect the least from who surprise you the most. The sore feet and neck pains were worthwhile, as the future of rock ‘n’ roll presents itself.