Dramarama (film)

Directed by Inga Lísa Middleton
Dagur Kári
Ragnar Bragason
Ásgrímur Sverrisson
Einar Thór Gunnlaugsson
Produced by Skúli Fr. Malmquist
Þórir S. Sigurjónsson
Written by Huldar Breiðfjörð
Music by Valgeir Sigurðsson
Cinematography Ágúst Jakobsson
Edited by Sigvaldi J. Kárason
Release dates
  • 19 January 2001 (2001-01-19)
Running time
80 minutes
Country Iceland
Language Icelandic

Dramarama (Icelandic: Villiljós) is a 2001 Icelandic comedy-drama film directed by Inga Lísa Middleton, Dagur Kári, Ragnar Bragason, Ásgrímur Sverrisson and Einar Thór Gunnlaugsson. It consists of five intertwined episodes, each made by a different director, set in Reykjavík during a power outage. The stories focus on a blind man, a pregnant girl, the driver of a hearse, two recently engaged lovers and a rock band. The film was produced by Zik Zak Filmworks with support from the Icelandic Film Fund.[1]

The film was released in Iceland on 19 January 2001. It was nominated for the Edda Award for best film, screenplay and supporting actor (Björn J. Friðbjörnsson).[2]




  1. "Dramarama". Cineuropa. Retrieved 2015-08-03.
  2. "Dramarama". Icelandic Films. Icelandic Film Centre. Retrieved 2015-08-03.

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