Iceland Film Locations 
The Iceland Film Locations App guides you through the most beautiful, interesting and stunning film locations that have appeared in local and foreign films shot in Iceland. With the App you can travel around the country, see how the landscape appears in different context and learn about the culture of Icelanders through films.
What does the app do?
The Iceland Film Locations App is an automated audio-video guide app with custom maps, Google maps, images and video clips from various film locations around Iceland. The Iceland Film Locations App can be enjoyed on location, using GPS or from the comfort of your home or hotel, where you can spend hours browsing pictures, maps and video clips. The app presents various film locations from both local and foreign films shot in Iceland, facts about the movies, the locations and the scenes.
Discover new films and locations
The Iceland Film Locations App guides you through the most beautiful, interesting and stunning film locations that have appeared in local and foreign films shot in Iceland. With the App you can travel around the country, see how the landscape appears in different context and learn about the culture of Icelanders through films. Discover new films and beautiful locations with our app.
The guided tours available in the app
The Reykjavik’s City Center Tour
This tour guides you through Reykjavík’s best film locations in the city centre. During the guided tour we‘ll visit 15 interesting film locations from eight classical Icelandic films. We‘ll tell you a bit about the location, the scene and of course the film. All of the films are from well known and celebrated directors such as Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, Baltasar Kormákur and Ragnar Bragason. The films are White Whales/Skytturnar (Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, 1987), Angels of the Universe/Englar Alheimsins (Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, 2000), Devil‘s Island/Djöflaeyjan (Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, 1996) , Movie days/Bíódagar  (Friðrik Þór Friðriksson,1994), 101 Reykjavík (Baltasar Kormákur, 2000), The Atomic station/ Atómstöðin (Þorsteinn Jónsson, 1984), The Hullabaloo (Guðmundur B. Guðmundsson, 2010) and Fiasco/Fíaskó (Ragnar Bragason, 2000). 
The Reykjanes Film Locations Tour
This tour guides you through the most interesting film locations in Reykjanes. Many films have been shot in this area of amazing lava formations and rough landscape. Some of the famous foreign films that have been shot there are Flags of our Fathers (Clint Estwood, Letters, 2006), Iwo Jima (the Japanese version of Flags of our Father), Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller, 2013) and Hostel: part 2 (Eli Roth, 2007). The best known Icelandic films shot in Reykjanes are Jar City/Mýrin (Baltasar Kormákur, 2006) and When the Raven Flies/Þegar Hrafninn flýgur (Hrafn Gunnlaugsson, 1984). This tour includes locations of those films mention above plus 
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