By: Jim Bamboulis
I recently sat down with Hrönn Marinósdóttir, the very busy Festival Director for the Reykjavik International Film Festival (RIFF).
We talked film in Iceland, the humble beginnings of RIFF, the obstacles the festival has faced, the unique ways film goers can watch a film here (it involves swimming pools and caves) and of course, where the festival goes from here. I thank Hrönn for taking time out of our day to spend some time.
If you love venturing to off-the-beaten-path adventures sprinkled with culture, then RIFF is for you.
Enjoy the interview and happy travels!