Review: Everywhen

There are so few sci-fi movies made in the Nordic region that when one is finally made, it’s a slap in the face of the movie industry that the budget was only 6500 euros and the team behind it was a group of school kids. Those are not things to hold against Everywhen, though. The…

Everywhen explained

They are too young to vote, drive cars or smoke, but they are allowed to shut down Oslo, handle firearms and command 100 extras – when directing science fiction films! The dynamic duo Jarand Breian Herdal (writer/director) and Jens Peder Hertzberg (director of photography and editor) has just launched Everywhen everywhere, at least everywhere in…

Win Everywhen BluRay

Made on a shoestring budget 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.…

Everywhen preview

Made by five 17-year olds with ambitions, Everywhen is Norway’s first science fiction feature film in a decade. Made on a shoestring budget of 55.000 NOK (around 6500 euros) and approved as a college project, Everywhen premiered in Oslo in January 2013 with three screenings at a small cinema, and last week the DVD and…