Screening on Sunday, 10/20, at 1 pm.
Sigurður Hallmar Magnússon
2012 | 52 minutes | Iceland
U.S. Premiere | Director in Attendance
In October 2008, Iceland’s three main banks collapsed, driving what had been one of the most stable and prosperous nations in the world into bankruptcy and erasing the assets and jobs of thousands of its citizens. Iceland Year Zero looks at the aftermath of the crisis, documenting the personal stories of people from a range of social and economic backgrounds and arriving at a surprising picture of a society on the brink of despair but willing to reassess its capitalist values in the name of hope.
Co-presented by Scandinavia House
October 18, 2014 - October 20, 2014
The Margaret Mead Film Festival invites you to spend a whole afternoon in the park… without leaving the Museum.