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Jet Suit Over Iceland

Jet Suit Over Iceland

Richard Browning and his company Gravity Industries are known for creating one of the world’s only working jet suits. Not long ago, they headed to Iceland to take a flight over the country, offering a truly unique perspective on the nation’s beautiful and unspoiled landscape. We’d love to hear what this sounded like without the music.

Iceland: The Land of Fire and Ice

Iceland: The Land of Fire and Ice

Filmmaker Devin “Supertramp” Graham and his team take us on a journey to one of the most beautiful places on Earth, as they explore the mountains, waterfalls, ice fields, and rock formations of Iceland. From its serene daytime vistas to amazing nighttime views of the Aurora Borealis, it’ll make you want to pack your bags today.

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The Story of Fire Saga (Trailer)

The Story of Fire Saga (Trailer)

Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams star in this parody movie about a washed up Icelandic musical duo who ends up being their country’s representative at the famed Eurovision Song Contest. We’re getting a Zoolander kind of vibe here, and that’s a good thing. Coming to Netflix 6.26.20.

Think About Things

Think About Things

Icelandic musician Daði Pétursson and his band Gagnamagnið made a silly music video filled with pixel art sweaters, strange looking keytars, awkward dance moves, confetti, and most importantly, a funky and soulful electro-pop track which we’re adding to our heavy rotation list right now.

Abandoned Iceland Movie Set

Abandoned Iceland Movie Set

Most of the time a movie production films on location, they try to return it to the way they found it. But once in a while they just up and leave their set pieces behind, like at this surreal location in Iceland, where Mobile Instinct visited an “ancient” village was built for a movie back in 2009 or so.

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Filmmaker Jacco Kliesch’s short uses a combination of realistic footage he shot in Iceland with digital effects created by Wildboar 3D Studio. The result is an dramatic and disturbing version of a typically serene and peaceful location.

Flying Over Iceland

Flying Over Iceland

Photographer and FPV drone pilot Danny McGee takes us on a trip to some of the most scenic spots on the planet, as he zooms in and around massive rock formations, grass-covered volcanos, glacial ice, and crystal clear waterfalls on a dizzying flight.

Islandia

Islandia

Simply put, Iceland is one of the most stunning, and unspoiled places on our planet. Filmmaker Vadim Sherbakov visited some of the country’s many beautiful landscapes with his DJI Mavic 2 Pro camera, and compiled the footage into this all-too-short film.

Diving Between Continents

Diving Between Continents

For their wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. SmarterEveryDay went to Iceland and tried drysuit diving at Silfra, Iceland. It’s the only place in the world where you can dive between two continental plates, and has incredibly clear and clean water.

Climbing Iceland

Climbing Iceland

Adventurer Klemen Premrl takes us on a tour of some of Iceland’s most astounding natural structures, made from ice and volcanic rock. We’re still blown away every time we see the blue-green color of naturally-occurring ice.

Steering Wheel Fail

Steering Wheel Fail

During a Formula Offroad event in Iceland, driver Ingólfur Guðvarðarson’s steering wheel decided to quick-release right in the middle of a hill climb. He lost control of the car, but fortunately both he and his sturdy car were okay.

Live at a Train Station

Live at a Train Station

After a concert in Wuppertal, Germany, the vocalists of Icelandic folk band Árstíðir stopped into the nearby train station after they discovered its incredible acoustic properties. We can only imagine how this sounded in person.

Dramatic Iceland

Dramatic Iceland

Anna Possberg’s dramatic time-lapse of both urban and natural beauty found in the landscapes of Iceland, including some of the most spectacular Aurora Borealis footage we’ve laid eyes on.

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Midnight Sun: Iceland

Midnight Sun: Iceland

Another eye-popping time-lapse, this one shot in Iceland during the Summer, when the sun never sets, and light remains 24 hours-a-day. Shot by Joe Capra over 17 days and from 38,000 images.

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