WORK

Fangar/Prisoners (2017) -TV series- Mystery-Cinematographer

Grimmd (2016) - Feature - Virgo Films - Cinematographer

Autumn Lights (2016) - Feature - Mystery - Cinematographer

Bakk (2015) - Feature - Mystery - Cinematographer

Graves & Bones (2014) - Feature - Ogfilms - Cinematographer
Harry & Heimir (2013) - Feature - Zik Zak - Cinematographer
Valedico (2013) (in post) - Short - Pegasus - Cinematographer
Journey´s End (2013) - TV Series - Vesturport - Cinematographer
Megaphone (2013) - Short - Zik Zak - Cinematagropher
Secrets and lies (2012) - Short - Ogfilms - Cinematographer
Mið-Ísland (2012) - TV Series - Mystery - Cinematographer
Sacrifice (2012) - Short - Saga Film - Cinematographer
Bon Appétit (2011) - Short - Wonderland - Cinematographer
Small Things (2011) - Short - Mystery - Cinematographer
Either Way (2011) - Feature - Mystery - Cinematographer
Paradox (2011) - Documentary- Cinematographer
Knowledgy (2010) - Short - Krúnk Productions - Cinematographer
Place, The (2009) - Short - Saga Film - Cinematographer
Sigtið án Frímanns Gunnarssonar (2006) - TV Series - Cinematographer

CVIMDB

AWARDS

EDDA AWARDS: For best Cinematography 2012. For EITHER WAY

REVIEWS

PÖFF TALLINN BLACK NIGHTS

The grandeur of the rivers, mountains, seascapes and barren plains of Iceland are only the background, but this clear third co-star has been captured by cinematographer ARNI FILIPPUSSON with true mastery and accuracy. EIHTER WAY is one film that should definitely be watched on the big screen.

Siim Rohtla


http://filmophilia.com/2011/09/22/film-review-a-annan-veg-either-way

Á annan veg(Either Way) is a very simple, sweet and likable film. Its grasp doesn’t extend its reach and doesn’t belittle its humble ambitions. The cinematography is simple but elegant, with the Icelandic landscape beautifully captured by cinematographer ÁRNI FILIPPUSSON

VAREITY
Boasting gorgeous visuals that belie its low budget, genial pic is accumulating mileage on the fest circuit,
Smooth Red One lensing by ÁRNI FILIPPUSSON favors long takes, wide frames and moving shots that allow the thesping to carry the story.

ALISSA SIMON

AWARDS

EDDA AWARDS: For best Cinematography 2012. For EITHER WAY

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