Defending Gender - Iceland, the Best Place in the World to be a Woman. In this SBS Television documentary which I set up, directed, co-wrote, and post-produced looks at why Iceland is the best place to be a woman, and how this affects Iceland's men. I filmed the story with SBS presenter and reporter, Janice Peterson, interiewing Iceland's leading feminists, looking at the country's gender neutral early education schools, and spending time with Iceland's men from a variety of age groups and backgrounds. These men resoundingly believe that Iceland being the best country to be a woman makes it the best country to be a man. As well as using archive footage of the famous 'Women's Day Off' protest in 1975, we were able to capture spectacular visuals in Iceland with one memorable scene filming an Icelandic male choir singing viking songs in a hot volcanic spring. The film remains one of Dateline's most watched programs.