Production Companies


Produced by
Frontier Filmworks, founded in 2006 by Margret Dagmar Ericsdóttir, is an Icelandic film production company whose goal is to make films can create a real and lasting difference in our world.  A Mother’s Courage: Talking Back to Autism (a.k.a The Sunshine Boy) is the first of many similar film projects the company is planning.
For everyone working at Frontier Filmworks, the work does not stop with the film's release.  Many helping hands are needed to carry on the momentum that powerful and meaningful films can create.  For those at Frontier Filmworks, this can mean anything from donating  time to raise awareness, raising funds and ultimately trying to raise hope for an improved society.


In Association with
Klikk Productions was founded by Kristin Olafsdottir in 2002 and specializes in the production of art in various forms and disciplines. Among projects produced are the documentaries How do you like Iceland? (2003) and Love Is in the Air (2004). Klikk Productions also produced the critically acclaimed feature length films Children (2006) and Parents (2007) and the theater production of Vesturport's Romeo & Juliet (2004) at the Young Vic Theatre in Britain.