Today’s the day that Nowhere Normal screens at the New York City Short Comedy Film Festival! Congratulations to all the filmmakers participating today. Whoo!
The New York City Short Comedy Film Festival is ramping up publicity for the 7th annual event on November 20, 2022. They’re posting 3 of the participating films’ posters on their Instagram every day. So if you’re on Insta, give nycscff a follow in support. And if you’re in or near NYC, tickets are here!
Nowhere Normal has won Best Short Film at the Beyond the Curve Film Festival! Have a look at all the winners here!
The owner of the house where Nowhere Normal was shot is Jessie McKitrick, who is a knitwear designer. She recently wrote an article about Nowhere Normal for Digital Threads, here!
Matt Kloster is an actor and director with a BA and BFA in Theatre from the University of Alberta. He is never more at home than when working with a crew of professional multidisciplinary artists. After a brief excursion into the Digital Cinema program at NAIT, he is trying his hand at directing for film. HeContinue reading “Crew: Meet director Matt Kloster”
Kristin was Nowhere Normal‘s on-set stills photographer. She’s also a filmmaker, and understands that a film has to sell itself…and for that, a film needs photos that capture what makes it pop.
Who’s a director, musician, songwriter, Twitch streamer, camera op, and was Nowhere Normal‘s DOP? James Hastings, that’s who.
Dante is a camera operator, DP, and producer around and about Edmonton. He was assistant camera on Nowhere Normal, and thanks to him, we were able to film on a beautiful Arri Alexa. He’s most interested in commercials *hint*.
David was Nowhere Normal‘s king of audio, both recording and operating the boom. Professional, and prompt, David’s just cool to have on set.
Marlon was Nowhere Normal‘s lighting master, although he and our AD reportedly sparred over who spotted continuity errors first.