Whale Valley

The film shows a pure love story between two brothers who live in a remote Icelandic fjord with their parents. When the younger brother, a little boy, witnesses a life or death moment involving his big brother it sets in motion the possibility of either a great tragedy or a turning point to better times in both of their lives.

Festivals: 

Cannes Film Festival – in competition, Special Mention; Reykjavik International Film Festival – Best Icelandic Short; European Film Awards – nominatedfor Best Short Film Award.

Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson

Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson was born in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1982. He graduated in Fine Art from the Icelandic Art Academy. Thereafter he moved to Denmark and studied Screenwriting. Gu.mundsson works as a filmmaker and a part time teacher in film and video art. His short films have collected 20 international awards.