Bravehearts基本信息

Bravehearts

时长:90 min(这个是挪威电影协会的2012 Norwegian Films 的pdf里给出的时长,但影片制片网站上写的是60分钟 http://www.santogusant.no/?p=116 ,imdb上写的是108分钟,挪威电影协会数据库里写的是118分钟http://www.nfi.no/english/norwegianfilms/search/Film?key=101703

制片国家:挪威

年代:2012

导演: Kari Anne Moe

(挪威电影协会上的导演简介 ,目前只导过两部片子,没有太多履历,有一点值得注意她从2007年开始与bravehearts的制片公司San&Usant合作,作为其导演和制片人http://www.nfi.no/english/norwegianfilms/search/Person?key=92087

制片公司:San&Usant(丹麦) http://www.santogusant.no

2006年成立的专门制作纪录片的公司,而且面向多种形式:电影,电视,网络。

Sant & Usant was established in 2006 as a production-house for documentary films. Sant & Usant produces documentaries at all formats, for television, festivals, cinema and Internet, reaching out to a national and an international audience.

In August 2012 we launched the cinema documentary ‘Til ungdommen’ (Eng. Bravehearts) directed by Kari Anne Moe in 100 cinemas in Norway

联合制片:

Auto Images AB(瑞典)http://vimeo.com/user3641969

成立于1998年,以制作纪录片为主,也制作一些剧情片。

Auto Images has also produced several successful fiction projects, including the Berlin Film Festival winners Daybreak http://movie.douban.com/subject/1732381/  (by Björn Runge) and My Uncle Loved the Colour Yellow (by Mats Olof Olsson).

Among Auto Images co-productions are the Cannes winner Armadillo (Denmark), The Punk Syndrome (Finland), The Last Norwegian Troll (Norway) and Bravehearts (Norway).

ma.ja.de(德国)http://en.majade.de     vimeo界面http://vimeo.com/user3641969

成立于1991年,是专注于纪录片制片的公司,目前制作的纪录片超过70部,05年成立了ma.ja.de,也开始制作剧情片

官网:http://braveheartsthemovie.com 英语

也有facebook界面 https://www.facebook.com/TilUngdommen

不过这个是挪威语,而且google翻译不过来,但里面收集的资料挺丰富的,而且更新也比较勤,就是看不懂…

内容简介:

IDFA上的简介(有带英文字幕的预告)

http://www.idfa.nl/industry/tags/project.aspx?id=df20c9c8-07fc-4205-8de7-b6713821c3e3

官网简介http://braveheartsthemovie.com/about-the-film/

四个来自不同党派青年组织的学生都是政治上的积极分子,都希望用自己的努力来改变世界。可是2011年在挪威发生的恐怖袭击却永远改变了这群年轻人对政治,对未来的看法。

Sana, Henrik, Prince and John are members of their respective political youth party and preparing for the election campaign 2011. Four young people dare to say what they think about the society, and they hope to make the world a better place by their effort.

Bravehearts follows the four of them during meetings, training courses, debates and in interviews, and paints a picture of an assertive generation with an optimistic attitude towards the future. Suddenly, the film takes a completely different turn when July 22 puts an end to this open-mindedness. They become the generation marked for life by July 22, 2011.

采访与影评(这两个并在一起,因为主要是挪威语材料,而找到的英语资料也比较杂):

官网上收集了不少http://braveheartsthemovie.com/press/in-the-media/ ,虽然是英文官网,但链接到的材料基本都是挪威语…

indiewire上有一个2012IDFA要看的10部片子,但基本属于简介形式

http://www.indiewire.com/article/10-docs-to-watch-at-idfa-2012

cineuropa上一片综合性文章(有关于恐怖袭击事件的介绍,有影片拍摄过程的介绍,The Norwegian International Film Festival电影节主席选这部片的理由)

http://cineuropa.org/nw.aspx?t=newsdetail&l=en&did=222097

The Norwegian International Film Festival对该片的报道(提到观众,媒体反应)

http://www.filmweb.no/filmfestivalen/incoming/article1061526.ece?language=english

对制片人的采访,提到年轻人对这部影片的反应 http://www.radio.cz/en/section/curraffrs/one-world-opener-bravehearts-maps-year-in-life-of-norwegian-students-shaken-by-breivik-attacks

导演的非英语采访 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC8PJnk5xI8

业界信息:

http://cineuropa.org/nw.aspx?t=newsdetail&l=en&did=229374

2012年挪威电影国内票房(文章里按人次算)惨淡,但该片还是10大卖座挪威片的第十名

综合上面的制片人采访,以及官网上对里面学生参与的政治活动的介绍,以及挪威选举的年龄下限调低的情况,总结了一点可以算是背景资料:

挪威从1989年开始在挪威大选前举行学生竞选(本片中的学生们正在为此准备),从2011年开始挪威部分地区把选举年龄调到16岁。这也许是为什么很多挪威青少年们积极参与到政治活动中,同时为什么这次恐怖袭击又给他们这么大的震动。在挪威放映时,超过80%的观众是年轻人,有人说他们是被这次恐怖袭击定义的一代。

优酷上的预告片:http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNTgzMzM0MTQ0.html (无英文字幕,IDFA上的界面有英文字幕的预告http://www.idfa.nl/industry/tags/project.aspx?id=df20c9c8-07fc-4205-8de7-b6713821c3e3

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