Win Everywhen BluRay

Made on a shoestring everywhen-dvdart-smallbudget of 6500 euros, Everywhen is Norway’s first science fiction feature film in a decade, and you can win the autographed BluRay!

The competition has ended! The correct answer is Another World Entertainment.

Everywhen premiered in Oslo in January 2013 and now the DVD and BluRay is available in Norwegian shops. In spite of the low budget, the ambitious crew still managed to shut down Oslo’s main street for two hours one Sunday, while employing 100 extras. The very independent movie has been praised for managing to squeeze a lot of quality into the production, including appraisal from Academy Award nominee Petter Næss (Elling, Into the White).

Everywhen is set a few decades into the future, when teleporting is as normal as buses and trains, and schools have been replaced with small chips containing knowledge. It’s like living in Utopia, until several million people are reported missing, and technology starts failing, bit after bit. The main character finds himself in the wrong dimension, and must find a way back so he can prevent his brother from dying.


You can now win the Everywhen BluRay by sending us an email using the contact form at the bottom of this page. All you need to do is tell us what movie label / distributor released Everywhen!

BluRay prize facts:

  • Feature playing time: 65 minutes
  • Spoken language: English
  • Subtitles: Norwegian, English, French, Finnish, Dutch
  • Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 & Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Image: Widescreen 1.78:1
  • Extras: Two trailers, featurette
  • Autographed by both directors

The winner will be selected on February 26th at 10 pm CET and notified by email on the 27th. Send your correct answer using this web form now!

The competition has ended! The correct answer is Another World Entertainment.

2 thoughts on “Win Everywhen BluRay

  1. I sent an email but it came back as “This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification. Delivery to the following recipients failed” and it related to a hotmail email address for someone called Glenn rather than the email address which I used ‘’

    • Hi, there were some DNS problems today with our domain company, so email forwarding may not have worked, but there is now a web form on the competition page you can use. It bypasses any domain problems. Thanks for entering the competition!

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