A combination of developed procedures from three decades of experience together with valuable staff makes the company very effective and cost conscious.
Sagafilm is the leading independent production company in Iceland. And as such the leader in professional production for TV, Commercials and Feature Films when it comes to producing quality, covering all genres.
Sagafilm is the only production company in Iceland that has experience in producing formats for the Icelandic audience. Amongst the formats produced for the native broadcasters are: X-Factor, Idol, Wipeout, The Bachelor, The Lyrics Board, How Clean Is Your House and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
Ideas developed within Sagafilm and produced for the TV market have been successful and popular, thus securing the broadcaster high ratings and strong revenue. Sagafilm has produced TV series the three major Icelandic broadcasters simultaneously. Amongst home made comedy and drama series successes are the multi award winning Stelpurnar (The Girls), Svínasúpan (The Pig Soup), Pressa (The Press), Svartir Englar (Black Angels) Réttur (Court), Ástridur and cult shift series Næturvaktin, Dagvaktin and Fangavaktin (The Nightshift, Dayshift and Prisonshift).
Sagafilm headquarters are in Reykjavík, a perfect base for professionals from all over the world, with their special needs in term of service, equipment and locations.
Sagafilm also offers full production and location service for its clients. The track record includes work with and for major studios when serving films like; View to a Kill (James Bond), Tomb Raider and Batman Begins. EON Productions again called upon Sagafilm to assist with the shoot that took place in Iceland for the James Bond movie "Die Another Day” and Alexander Sukarov's Faust was shot on location in Iceland late 2009.
Saga film has throughout the years been the main producer of documentaries for the Icelandic market and owns an exceptional archive covering Icelandic history and landscape. Amongst longer running and new series is the ever debatable building of Europe's biggest hydraulic station -Kárahnjúkar. Followed by Sagafilm over 6 years the series was commissioned by Landsvirkjun and transmitted by RUV.
Along with the more traditional fields in production - Sagafilm owns SagaEvents the strongest player in Events Production in the country servicing both local and international clients.
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