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Rotten Tomatoes, IMDb Should Make Female Critics More Visible, ‘Adrift’ Director Says

Baltasar Kormakur discusses bringing Shailene Woodley into the writing room to ensure the film had a woman's voice, why the male-dominated critic's world needs to change and the problem with…

World Cup: Baltasar Kormakur Screens ‘Adrift’ for Iceland Team Ahead of Crucial Croatia Game

"I'll take the credit if they win, not if they fail!" laughs the Icelandic director.

How ‘Adrift’ Director Hopes to Revolutionize Hollywood Filmmaking With an Icelandic Studio

'Adrift' director Baltasar Kormakur's potential for mogul status grows, as he opens a new studio in Iceland.

‘Adrift’: Film Review

Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin play lovers lost at sea in Baltasar Kormakur's survival tale 'Adrift.'

Icelandic Crime Series ‘Trapped’ Gets Second Season

The critically acclaimed show from 'Everest' director Baltasar Kormakur is the first high-end TV drama from Iceland.

Toronto: Baltasar Kormakur on Turning Down “Huge Franchises” After ‘Everest,’ Returning to Iceland for ‘The Oath’

A psychological thriller, in which Kormakur directs himself in the lead role, 'The Oath' is having its world premiere in Toronto on Saturday.

Baltasar Kormakur’s ‘The Oath,’ Xiaogang Feng’s ‘I Am Not Madame Bovary’ Join San Sebastian Competition

The Spanish fest names five more titles to its official lineup, including features from Poland, Argentina and Japan.

‘Everest’ Director Baltasar Kormakur Taps ‘Game of Thrones’ Production Manager for Icelandic Banner

Petur Sigurdsson will head up RVK Studios' production services division.

Berlin: ‘Everest’ Director Baltasar Kormakur to Helm Thriller ‘The Oath’

The Film4-backed psychological thriller marks the Icelandic filmmaker's first stint in front of the camera in eight years and is being introduced to buyers in Berlin by XYZ Films.

Baltasar Kormakur Promotes ‘Everest’ in Beijing

"It's your mountain — at least half of it," said the director at a preview screening in China, where the Universal mountaineering epic opens Nov. 3.

U.K. Box Office: ‘Everest’ Enjoys Second Week at Summit

A non-moving top three saw Working Title celebrate a 1-2 positioning for 'Everest' and 'Legend' for a second time.

‘Trapped’: TIFF Review

Everest director Baltasar Kormakur moves into small-screen Nordic Noir territory with this deep-frozen murder mystery set in a snowbound coastal town.