Icelandic Film Center Stockfish


MIDPOINT Intensive Iceland is a special workshop for Icelandic filmmakers with their feature films in early stages of development. The workshop is intended for writers, directors and producers who are working on their 1st or 2nd features. 

During an intensive 2-day workshop,
4 selected teams will develop their scripts and projects, both relying on group feedback and on one-to-one consulting with the tutor.

The tutor for the workshop will once again be Pavel Jech.
In addition to being MIDPOINT’s artistic director, Pavel is a professor at Chapman University in California, the former dean of FAMU, and an active screenwriter, instructor of screenwriting and expert mentor for the Sundance Lab and Berlinale Talents.


The workshop is organized thanks to the support of the Icelandic Film Centre – as well as that of the Stockfish Film Festival and Bio Paradis, Reykjavík's art-house cinema – and their commitment to securing script and project development at international level for their local film industry.


March 10 - 11, 2018 


Reykjavík, Iceland (Bio Paradis) 

Who is it for?

/ Icelandic film professionals with the project of 1st and 2nd feature films 

/ creative teams (writer, director, and producer) 

In accordance with Iceland's Film Agreement, which establishes the industry's current policies and priorities, projects with women in key creative positions and those aimed at the children and youth markets are especially encouraged to apply.


February 09, 2018


/ 100 EUR per project