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Iceland has a notable cinema film industry, with many Icelandic actors having gone on to receive international attention. The most famous film, and the only one to be nominated for the Academy Award and European Film Awards, is Börn náttúrunnar (Children of Nature), directed by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson. This film brought Icelandic cinema to the international scene, which has since grown to its height, with films such as Nói Albínói (Noi the Albino) by Dagur Kári, heralded as descendants of the Icelandic film tradition. The annual Edda Awards are the national film awards of Iceland.

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  • Iceland has a notable cinema film industry, with many Icelandic actors having gone on to receive international attention. The most famous film, and the only one to be nominated for the Academy Award and European Film Awards, is Börn náttúrunnar (Children of Nature), directed by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson. This film brought Icelandic cinema to the international scene, which has since grown to its height, with films such as Nói Albínói (Noi the Albino) by Dagur Kári, heralded as descendants of the Icelandic film tradition. The annual Edda Awards are the national film awards of Iceland.
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  • Iceland has a notable cinema film industry, with many Icelandic actors having gone on to receive international attention. The most famous film, and the only one to be nominated for the Academy Award and European Film Awards, is Börn náttúrunnar (Children of Nature), directed by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson. This film brought Icelandic cinema to the international scene, which has since grown to its height, with films such as Nói Albínói (Noi the Albino) by Dagur Kári, heralded as descendants of the Icelandic film tradition. The Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur also directed 101 Reykjavík, Hafið (The Sea), A Little Trip to Heaven (starring Julia Stiles and Forest Whitaker), and Mýrin (Jar City). The annual Edda Awards are the national film awards of Iceland.
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