|ORIGINAL TITLE||Síðasti bærinn|
|PRODUCER||Þórir S. Sigurjónsson, Skúli Fr. Malmquist|
|DOP||G. Magni Ágústsson|
|SOUND||Steingrímur Eyfjörð Guðmundsson, Ingvar Lundberg, Kjartan Kjartansson|
|CO-PRODUCER||Friðrik Þór Friðriksson|
|Oscar, 2006 -Nominated for best short film/Magma Filmfestival, 2006 - Best Narrative Short Film/THE CINEMA CORTO IN BRA INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL, 2006 - Special Jury nomination/Filmfest Dresden, 2006 - ARTE Short Film Awards, Filmfest Dresden, 2006 - Golden Horse Man Youth Oscar/The Festival de Cinema e Vídeo Jovem de Espinho, 2006 - Prémio Melhor Final/The MUNICH INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, 2006 - First prize/Minimalen Short Film Festival in Trondheim, 2006 - Internatnional Award/Durango Independent Film Festival, 2006 - Best short film/10th International & 22nd National Short Film Festival of the Iranian Young Cinema Society, 2005 - Best film in "Spiritual" competition/9th International Short Film Festival Winterthur Schweiz, 2005 - Audience Award/Drama International Short Film Festival, 2005 - Honorary Distinction/São Paulo International Short Film Festival, 2005 - Audience Award/Shortshorts Filmfestival Tokyo, 2005 - Special jury nomination/Huesca Film festival, 2005 - Special nomination "The Jury of the Critics"/Huesca Film festival, 2005 - Best Film/Kiev International Film Festival Molodist, 2004 - Best Short Film/Nordisk Panorama, 2004 - Best short film/Edda Awards, 2004 - Short film of the year, nominated for Best Actor in Leading Role (Jón Sigurbjörnsson).|
An old man lives with his wife on an isolated farmstead along the Icelandic coastline. His whole life spent there, raising his family and tending his land, he has no wish to give it up and move to the comfortable retirement home that his children have set up for him. However, as preparations are made around him, he makes his own plans.
Rúnar Rúnarsson, born in Reykjavík, Iceland. He graduated from the Danish Film School in 2009. His feature film, Volcano won the Edda Awards, 2012 in varous categories. - Feature Film of the Year. Director of the Year. Script of the Year. Actress of the Year (Margrét Helga Jóhannsdóttir). Actor of the Year (Theódór Júlíusson).