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When will “Normal People” be shown in my area?

We are currently working to finalize new dates for our film tour. Unfortunately, some cities, including Seattle and Canadian territories were changed by Autism Today collaborators. The Autism Perspective Tour is being reworked to include those cities and many more. We will post updates to our website as soon as they are available!

Can you come to my area for a screening?

As you can imagine, we cannot possibly go to every town to premier our film - we'd love to, but it is impossible and costly.

We are able to appear in cities around the world only with the support of the community, organizations; sponsorship, and paid presentations. If you are an not-for-profit organization, or a k-12 school district interested in having us appear in person for a special screening of the film and a “Meet the Filmmakers Q&A” click here.

Paid presentations for all other groups, universities/colleges, and businesses are based upon individual requests. Please contact us for more information.

Where does the money from screenings go?

Portions of proceeds from door ticket sales all around the world go to various organizations I support. I run the New Hearts N' Arts-to-Work Scholarship program/column in the Autism Perspective Magazine. For more information about my non-profit work, look at the following: www.theautismperspective.org, www.artistsforautism.org and my start-up organization now run by those who made it happen with me from the beginning, www.pause4kids.org. Those are my personal charitable contributions.

Can I rent/preview the film?

At this point it is only available for sale.
You can ask your local library to order it. Often they do this when asked.

Can I buy a soundtrack for the film?

We are putting together a soundtrack, but it will be awhile before we can gather all the material and put it together properly. In the meantime, Susan Sheller (singer of “Julian” from the film) should have a CD available on our website in late June. Check back with us. We’ll post the soundtrack on our website as soon as it’s available!

How can I help/become involved with Normal Films?

Thanks for your interest in our work. This film is a wonderful vehicle for Circle of Friends; how to discuss autism with a child on the spectrum, parent forums, teacher education, etc., etc.

The best way to help our cause is to spread the word about our film and show it to others. It offers a rarely-seen glimpse into the lives of those often dismissed by “normal people.”

If you are in the Southern California area and would like to become involved in future projects, contact us and we’ll let you know how you can become involved!

We will let you know soon about how you can submit art, music, and films if you are an individual with a disability. These works will be considered for inclusion in our upcoming film projects.