Take the subway to Iceland April 18th-26th for a special film festival, Images from the Edge: Classic and Contemporary Icelandic Cinema. Films include a documentary about Iceland’s edgy and modern rock music scene, a comedy about a wedding gone spectacularly haywire, and a documentary-style film about how economic planning affect the unspoiled environment of one of world’s greatest natural landscapes. That one is called “Dreamland”, and it’s a most appropriate film to see during Earth Week. The “edge” in the title of the series refers to the borders of the continental shelves of Europe and North America that jut against each across Iceland, creating a harsh beauty, and the edginess of modern Icelandic filmmaking. Click here for the daily schedule, film descriptions, and to buy tickets. Tickets cost $13 for adults, $9 for students and seniors, and $8 for members of The Film Society of Lincoln Center, which partnered with the Icelandic Film Centre for the film festival. Screenings are at the Walter Reade Theater.