Bravehearts and the Time Capsule travel around the country!
Yesterday, Wednesday, 22 August, was the kickoff date for the “Bravehearts Time Capsule” project, which will contain youths’ thoughts and opinions on the events of 22 July, Norway today, and Norway in the future. The project was kicked off at Fyrstikkalleen school, with speeches delivered by Sana, one of the film’s main characters, and Kristin Halvorsen, Minister of Education. The time capsule will be stored at the National Archives until 2031, at which time it will be opened and made available to the public, as well as for research. The time capsule will be a gift to future young people, and will also act as a supplement to the true story behind it. Artist Magne Furuholmen will create a work of art as a symbol for the Bravehearts Time Capsule, here which will be exhibited at the National Archives. The artwork will be developed in collaboration with some of the students participating in the creation of the time capsule. In the weeks leading up to the Bravehearts premiere, we will visit 18 cities, 18 movie theaters, and 18 secondary schools. One class from each school will see the film at an advanced screening at their local theater with press and other guests before the school itself organizes its participation in the time capsule project. Follow our Facebook page for updates and photos from our tour around Norway. We look forward to launching the time capsule and meeting active young people from all over the country! If you would like your school to participate in the time capsule, please contact the Student Organization at «mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org» email@example.com before 1 October 2012.