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an Icelandic director, screenwriter and editor. Brúsi grew up on a farm just outside of the town Selfoss in the south of Iceland. In 2015 Brúsi graduated from the University of Iceland where he majored in film studies and minored in creative writing.
Soon he applied for a Film MFA at Columbia University
in New York where he currently studies directing. In his films, Brúsi explores themes such as relationships, communication and the unstoppable urge to connect with other human beings and how we fail or succeed to do so.
Notable film work include:
Sjáumst (short), Iceland 2017, co-writer/director/editor. Sjáumst got into various festivals, for example as an official selection at Aspen Shortsfest 2017 and official selection Palm Springs International Shortfest.
Viktoría (short), Iceland 2018. Winner at Stockfish film festival, nominated for best nordic short at Nordisk Film festival, official selection at Toronto International Film festival and official selection at Clermont Ferrard shortfilm festival.
Building bridges based on the belief that film becomes art only when its materials are as inexpensive as pencil & paper
Cine Pobre is the 100% self-funded intersection of
culture and capabilities
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