Einar Sv. Tryggvason Posts

LAZARUS is a surreal road movie about a mother who has nothing to live for anymore. During her last journey, she is suddenly accompanied by a strange man and her exact opposite. As the night takes over, she is pressured to take on an adventure with him.

Directed by Gonzalo Fernandez.
Music by Harald Austbø & Einar Sv. Tryggvason.


Read the Post Lazarus (2015)

In a post-apocalyptic world, devoid of oxygen and flooded by sea, scientists in a research centre look for a solution. When “Adam”, a human-like creature of the sea, is discovered, hope is renewed.

Directed by Marc Nollkaemper.


Read the Post The Space Between Us (2015)

In the industrial area of Maastricht lives a close-knit group of nine young women who strive to live an anti-capitalist lifestyle by sharing everything from clothing to food. While sisters Anna and Amber make plans for their futures apart, it soon becomes clear that adventure is waiting and the girls will each have to prepare to venture off into the unknown.

Directed by Biserka Suran.


Read the Post Allez, viens! (2015)

An Icelandic news documentary show about various important subjects in the Icelandic community, which aired on Skjár Einn for 4 seasons.

Directed by Daníel I. Bjarnason.


Read the Post Málið (2013-2014)

An Icelandic horror/mystery/drama/documentary show based on Icelandic stories of paranormal phenomena such as ghosts, demonic possessions and alien abductions.

Directed by Daníel I. Bjarnason.


Read the Post Óupplýst (2012)

Gunnar is a farmer in northern Iceland. He lives alone with his sheep and doesn’t leave the farm very often. But one day something happens that can change his live forever.

Directed by Ottó Gunnarsson.


Read the Post Gunna (2012)

On the 21st of March 2010 a spectacular volcanic eruption took place in the mountain pass of Fimmvörðuháls. Just a few weeks later, on the 14th of April, a nearby volcano – Eyjafjallajökull – put on a show of its own, bringing air traffic in northern Europe to a standstill for several days.
Both eruptions are followed from start to finish.

Directed by Magnús Magnússon & Pétur Fjeldsted Einarsson.


Read the Post Eyjafjallajökull (2011)