kristinKristin Olafsdottir is the owner of Klikk Productions, a company which specializes in the production of art in various forms and disciplines. She has directed and produced documentaries, feature films and plays.


Among Kristin's main projects are the documentaries How Do You Like Iceland? (2003) and Love Is in the Air (2004), 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. Kristin was also the assistant-director of the play Love which premiered at the City Theatre in Iceland in 2007. The play became an instant hit and was staged again in 2008 at the Hammersmith Lyric Theatre in London.

Kristin graduated from London School of Economics and Political Science with a MSc. degree in International Relations in 1999. Kristin has extensive job experience including her work as a producer and TV host at the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service and Channel 2 in Iceland as well as freelance work for Music Room CNN and Channel 6 in Russia.

Kristin has made substantial contributions to various charities, focusing mainly on those whose goal is to better the lives and conditions of women and children around the world. Kristin is the guardian of the National Committee of UNIFEM in Iceland and was in charge of UNIFEM's fundraising campaign, The Butterfly Week, in 2008.  The total funds raised in Iceland during the campaign resulted in one of the largest single contributions by a National Committee in the history of UNIFEM.

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Parents (2007)
Executive Producer

 

"Parents" received six Edda awards at The Icelandic Film and TV Awards including:

  1. Film of the year

  2. Screenplay of the year

  3. Director of the year

Children(2006)
Executive Producer

"Children" was nominated for seven Edda Awards at the Icelandic Film and TV Awards including:

  1. Film of the year

  2. Screenplay of the year

  3. Director of the year
  1. Best film award at the Golden Swan, Copenhagen International Film Festival.
  1. Best film award at Transylvania International Film Festival
  1. Best screenplay at Edda Awards, The Icelandic Film and TV Awards

Love is in the Air (2004) Producer

Best documentary of the year at Edda Awards - The icelandic Film and Tv Awards