A White, White Day. Now Streaming On Demand
Writer, Director: Hlynur Palmason
Starring: Ingvar Sirgudson, Ida Mekkin Hlynsdottir
“Rare to experience a film which is just so sorted in every respect”
Little White Lies
He is a man, a father, a grandfather, a policeman, a widower.
In a remote Icelandic town, Ingimundur, an off-duty police chief begins to suspect a local man of having had an affair with his late wife. Gradually his obsession for uncovering the truth endangers himself and those he loves.
Winner Cannes Critics Week Rising Star Award and Nominated for 12 EDDA Awards (Icelandic Oscars) A WHITE, WHITE DAY is a remarkable, elegant, yet errily gripping tale of love and loss.
IDA MEKKÍN HLYNSDÓTTIR | SALKA
Born 22. August, Iceland 2008. When she grows up Ida aspires to be a horse trainer and a part-time actress. A White, White Day is her first feature film and is available to watch on demand.
INGVAR SIGURDSSON | INGIMUNDUR
Ingvar Sigurdsson graduated from The Icelandic Academy of the Arts in 1990 and has become an established leading stage performer in Iceland, the UK and through- out Europe. Recent international film work includes A White, White Day, The Oath, The Swan, Sparrows and Of Horses and Men as well as English language roles in American studio movies including Fantastic Beasts: The crimes of Grindelwald, Justice League and Everest.
Ingvar has received several awards as a performer; he represented Iceland as European Shooting Star at the Berlin film Festival, received The European Film Award for Best European Actor, People’s Choice and seven Icelandic Edda awards for Best Actor. Ingvar Sigurdsson is also a film screenwriter and producer.
HLYNUR PÁLMASON | DIRECTOR AND SCREENWRITER
Hlynur started out as a visual artist and evolved his career later into filmmaking by pursuing an education at the Danish National Film School, which he graduated from in 2013 with the award-winning short A Painter. Pálmason‘s feature debut Winter Brothers world premiered in the main competition of the Locarno Film Festival in 2017, where it won 4 awards. Since then it has been sold to over 20 territories and continued its festival success, winning over 30 awards. A White, White Day is his second feature film.