Baltasar Kormákur at 42nd KVIFF
|Born||Baltasar Kormákur Samper
27 February 1966
|Occupation||Actor, director, producer|
He is best known for directing the films 101 Reykjavík, Hafið, A Little Trip to Heaven (starring Julia Stiles and Forest Whitaker), and a film based on the book Mýrin (Jar City) by Arnaldur Indriðason. His father is the Spanish painter Baltasar Samper.
In December 2011 it was announced the production of a drama film Rocketman with Baltasar Kormákur and Dagur Kári was set to direct the film. In January 2013 it was again announced that the film will be produced by Kormákur with his partner Agnes Johansen. Denmark's Nimbus Film will co-produce the film. Film's production started in February and will be filmed till the end of 2013, with an expected release in 2015.
Filmography (as director)
- 101 Reykjavík (2000)
- The Sea (Icelandic: Hafið) (2002)
- A Little Trip to Heaven (2005)
- Jar City (Icelandic: Mýrin) (2006)
- White Night Wedding (Icelandic: Brúðguminn) (2008)
- Inhale (2009)
- Contraband (2012)
- The Deep (2012)
- 2 Guns (2013)
- The Missionary (2013)
Filmography (as actor)
- Devil's Island (1996) as Baddi
- Angels of the Universe (2000) as Óli
- No Such Thing (2001) as Dr. Artaud
- Me and Morrison (2001) as Askildsen
- Reykjavík-Rotterdam (2008) as Kristófer
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- "Contraband Director Baltasar Kormakur to Produce ROCKET MAN". filmofilia.com. 15 December 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2013.
- "Baltasar Kormakur to produce Dagur Kari’s Rocketman". screendaily.com. 4 January 2013. Retrieved 24 July 2013.
- "Oscar Hopeful Baltasar Kormakur to Produce Dagur Kari's 'Rocketman'". thewrap.com. 4 January 2013. Retrieved 24 July 2013.
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