The Linda, WAMC's Performing Arts Studio
Sat, Aug 20 2011 02:34 | WAMC
This past Thursday, Neurotypical was screened at The Linda, WAMC's Performing Arts Studio in Albany as part of their "Food For Thought, evening of socially relevant cinema" series.
We unfortunately were unable to attend, but Maddi, who appears in the film, was there and joined in the talkback. Way to go Maddi!
The reviews are in!
Mon, Jul 25 2011 08:02 | Rooftop Films Summer Series
It was a rainy night in Brooklyn so Neurotypical's US Premiere was held indoors instead of under the stars. Even still, it was an incredibly memorable evening; great response, talkback and our first reviews!
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USA Premiere - Rooftop Films Summer Series
Thu, Jun 23 2011 12:15 | Rooftop Films Summer Series
Join us Friday, July 8 at 9:00PM on the lawn at the Automotive High School in Williamsburg! (50 Bedford Ave. at North 13th St., Brooklyn)
Doors open - 8:00PM / Live music - 8:30PM
Film begins - 9:00PM / Q&A with director Adam Larsen - 10:30PM
After party - 11:30PM at Matchless (557 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn)
Thu, May 12 2011 11:23 | DOXA Documentary Film Festival
Another screening under our belt! This past Monday afternoon (despite the inopportune time slot), Neurotypical played to a crowded house at the DOXA Documentary Festival. This screening was particularly memorable for two reasons. One, we experienced our first english speaking audience and two, Adam Lando, joined us for an amazing Q&A after the film. Ironically, we had just met Adam's mother, Marianne Kaplan, in Thessaloniki where her film about Adam, The Boy Inside, was being screened. After Neurotypical, Adam shared his perspective about Asperger's and his burgeoning rap career.
DOXA Documentary Film Festival
Fri, Apr 8 2011 06:32 | DOXA Documentary Film Festival
Join us in Vancouver at DOXA, May 9 at 1PM!
"A remarkably cinematic film that often recalls the work of Terrence Malick in its treatment of the natural world, Neurotypical possesses a deep respect for the people it profiles. Indeed, Larsen's lens finds unending fascination in his subjects while tracking them in their day-to-day lives — whether it's a guy trying to get a date, a toddler's stroll in the woods, or a ride to the local skate park that radiates pure boyish joy, each individual navigates their own path through a world that is both bewildering and beautiful. With intelligence and care, Neurotypical carves out a more expansive idea of what it means to be human."