A documentary project by Moster 2024
During the spring of 2020 life took a sudden turn. The Corona virus emerged and it has brought huge consequences on the world. With no vaccine on the market, we must protect ourselves and our communities with other measures. Infection control with distance, face masks isolation, quarantine, and digital socializing makes a different life for most of us. Especially for young people with a greater need of a social life. How has this affected us as human beings? What is it like to be young with this extraordinary situation? What sides to our personality do we reveal? How has this affected us as individuals and as a community?
With the Corona pandemic as a backdrop, it is Moster 2024’s intention to get insight into young peoples’ lives in this state of lockdown. We invite all young people from 13 to 19 years of age to tell their stories in short films, with maximum length of two minutes. The stories can be expressed in different ways, as a monologue direct to the camera, or it can be a short scene staged together with a friend. The contribution can be without words, expressed through music, dance or other expressions. During the autumn, all contributions will be put together into a documentary film about the situation of 2020. The documentary will be shown to the public.
We hope you can use your thoughts and reflections on what it is like to be young in the time of Corona make it into a small film!
Moster 2024 is available for counselling concerning script and technical solutions.
Some contributions will be rewarded, and all participants will be part of a collective reward.
The deadline is the 1st of January 2021!
In the year 2024 we celebrate the 1000th jubilee for the Christian laws of Norway.
It was King Olaf Haraldsson, later exalted to Norway’s patron saint, who adopted these Christian laws to Norway, and through this introduced radical changes to the country. The jubilee’s purpose is to contextualize the great social changes that started with this event. The jubilee’s activities will focus on the values that our society is funded on, both historically and in the present. Our work will approach central relevant topics each year, starting with “Individual - community” / “Me - everyone” in 2020.