The process of the committee was threefold: First, to listen to the input of the film industry. A number of meetings were held with prominent stakeholders within the industry, and a
survey was conducted of 500 members of the industry to gather their ideas and suggestions. The committee itself met regularly with the Minister of Education, Science and Culture, and with experts from the relevant institutions in the field. Second, a focused analysis of current legislation, policies, reports, and theoretical material, both domestic and foreign, was done. This analysis, among other things, looked at a variety of policies and action plans in the fields of culture and education, and concerning the Fourth Industrial Revolution, innovation, and the marketing of Iceland abroad. Particular emphasis was placed on analyzing the economic scope of filmmaking, and this document is supported by new statistics from Statistics Iceland. Third, the new policy itself was arrived at and laid down in this document. Four clear objectives and ten specific actions were defined to ensure the systematic implementation and financing of this new vision over the next ten years.