Thor Halvorssen is a co-founder of the Moving Picture Institute. Born in Venezuela, he is a world-renowned human rights advocate and film producer. His producing credits include feature-length documentaries such as Freedom’s Fury, Hammer & Tickle, and The Singing Revolution as well as the narrative short 2081, an adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s short story “Harrison Bergeron.” He is the founding CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education and founder of the Oslo Freedom Forum and the Human Rights Foundations, where he currently serves as president and chief executive officer. He attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude, with concurrent undergraduate and graduate degrees in political science and history.