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Land Ho!
Land Ho!

Land Ho!

A pair of former brothers-in-law embark on a road trip through Iceland.

Synopsis

Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz's buddy comedy Land Ho! follows former brothers-in-law Mitch (Earl Lynn Nelson) and Colin (Paul Eenhoorn) as they travel through Iceland. The pair of 70-year-olds find themselves in need of an adventure to break out of their rut, and soon the extroverted Mitch has talked Colin into the trip. Along the way they have various amorous encounters, and attempt to recapture the spirit of their youth.

About the film

  • Type: Feature Film
  • National Premiere Date: January 19, 2014
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Length: 95 min.
  • Language: English
  • Original Title: Land Ho!
  • International Title: Land Ho!
  • Production Year: 2014
  • Production Countries: Iceland, United States
  • IMDB: Land Ho!
  • Website: www.sonyclassics.com/landho
  • Icelandic Film Centre Grant: No
  • Color: Yes

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Festivals

  • Pantalla Pinamar Festival, 2015
  • International Film Festival Vilnius, 2015
  • D'A - Festival Internacional de Cinema d'Autor de Barcelona, 2015
  • Sundance Film Festival, 2014
  • Tribeca Film Festival, 2014
  • Los Angeles Film Festival, 2014
  • Nantucket Film Festival, 2014
  • New Zealand International Film Festival, 2014
  • Traverse City Film Festival, 2014
  • Toronto Film Festival, 2014
  • Locarno Film Festival, 2014
  • Possible Worlds Film Festival, 2014
  • Deauville Film Festival, 2014
  • Jameson Cinefest International Film Festival, 2014
  • Cineplexx Film Festival, 2014
  • Bergen International Film Festival, 2014
  • Reykjavík Film Festival, 2014
  • Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, 2014
  • London Film Festival, 2014
  • Balinale International Film Festival, 2014
  • American Film Festival, 2014
  • Windsor International Film Festival, 2014
  • Canberra International Film Festival, 2014
  • Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, 2014
  • Stockholm International Film Festival, 2014

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