In 2006, the award-winning documentary, Normal People Scare Me: A Film about Autism, was produced by Joey Travolta, older brother of actor John Travolta. The documentary initially began as a 10-minute short film co-directed by an autistic teenager named Taylor Cross, and his mother Keri Bowers.
Join us a decade later to view the sequel documentary, "Normal People Scare Me Too" with former and new cast members and family discussing attitudes and first-person perspectives/experiences in autism today.
Created with a film crew comprised of 75% autistics from Joey Travolta's Inclusion Films, with music, art and animation created and performed by 65% autistic musicians/composers/artists, Normal People Scare Me Too was inspired by the past and driven the future in autism.
You'll laugh and cry, so have tissues handy.
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Oakland Community College - Auburn Hills Campus
2900 Featherstone Road
Student Center Room G240
Auburn Hills, MI 48326