Thuridur Einarsdottir completed her BFA qualification in film editing at Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. Prior to this, she had taken Film Studies at Stockholms Universitet and completed a BA in Sociology and Politics at the University of Iceland. She has worked on editing films, videos, short films and various kinds of television material in addition to various other special video projects in Sweden and Iceland for almost twenty years.
Among the projects she has worked on in recent years are A Mother’s Courage: Talking Back to Autism (a.k.a The Sunshine Boy), the documentary President Vigdís, directed by Steinunn Sigurdardottir, and the dramatic documentary Jon Sigurdsson: Man and Leader, directed by Thorhallur Sigurdsson.
Also worth mentioning are, for example, the television film Then I’d Probably Have Lost My Shyness, and the documentaries Martha Graham 100 år, Icelandic Lake and Sea Monsters, Sverrir Sigurðsson A Heartfelt Collector, and the short films, Siggi Valli on a Motorbike and Räveld.