This past weekend in Reykjavik, the Reykjavik International Film Festival's Talent Lab was treated to something truly special: Icelandic "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" editor Valdis Oskarsdottir turned up to show an early cut of the film, followed up by a truly inspiring discuss about what it was like editing the film, and Oskarsdottir's thoughts on her craft in general.
Matt Knott wrote up the best of the panel for his Heorines of Cinema column, but feel free to watch most of it on video below, though a warning -- Valdis' accent and the quality of the video make it a bit tough to understand from time to time:
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