A week ago, an awesome fan of the project who has been following it since I first posted it up on Kickstarter back in January of 2014, sent me an encouraging message wanting to know about how things are going, and when he might be able to see the film.
I was actually having quite a rough day, and It was such a blessing to have that message pop up on my phone. It really meant a lot to me. I sent him a few voice messages telling him about how things are going, whats left to do, and thanking him for the kind message.
We ended up talking for an hour or so, and he asked me about a few things about the making of Norman, wanting to know about working with extras on a low budget, locations, and a few other questions. I enjoyed being able to tell him about the film and what we did.
At the end of our chat, he mentioned that he thought it might be cool to make a post letting followers of the project know if they had any questions they would want to know about the film, be it the actual filmmaking, editing, cameras, getting locations, making props, etc, to post a message to the Norman Facebook Page.
I would be more than happy to answer any questions that you might want to know about, as best as I am able to, excluding story spoilers, as that is kept under lock and key till the film is done. :)
I am so grateful for all the help and support that has helped get the film where it is today, and If I am able to give back even in just a tiny way by answering some filmmaking questions that could potentially help out other filmmakers or just people interested in making films, I would be more than happy to.
Anyways, I just wanted to let you all know that if you had anything you wanted to know about the film, feel free to message here. I will do my best to answer you or get James, my brother Jonah, or Stephen who played Norman, or Jason who built the props to answer.
Since there won't be too many more behind the scenes videos released from now till the film is over, because we are getting so close to finishing things up, I thought this might be a nice way to still connect with the people following the project.
Thanks so much and have a wonderful day!