Film producer Agnes Johansen has been involved in the film and TV business since 1985, initially as a TV presenter and producer of programmes for young audiences. In 1998 she took on the post of Head of Production at Saga Film to help launch their new production department. In 2001, the director and producer Baltasar Kormákur recruited her as head of production for his second feature, Hafið (The Sea). She later joined Kormákur’s Blueeyes Productions (Sögn ehf), and has been working with him as a producer ever since. In 2012 the company decided to add scripted television projects to its activities. That year, RVK Studios was created and today all of its TV and film productions are produced under the RVK Studios banner. Among the titles on her filmography as a producer are Mýrin (Jar City; Baltasar Kormákur, 2006), winner of the Crystal Globe at Karlovy Vary, Djúpið (The Deep; Baltasar Kormákur, 2012), Fúsi / Virgin Mountain (Dagur Kári, 2015), winner of the Nordic Council Film Prize, Reykjavik-Rotterdam (Óskar Jónasson, 2008), of which an American remake came out in 2012 with the title of Contraband, directed by Baltasar Kormákur, or Vargur (Vultures, 2018), the first work by Börkur Sigthorsson. She also executive produced the 10-episode series Ófærð (Trapped ), which went on to become an international success in 2016 and won the Prix Europa for Best Fiction Series that year. Its sequel, Trapped 2, is currently in post-production.