Norman (film)

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Norman (film) Poster 2014.jpg
Directed by Jonathan Segal
Produced by Jonathan Segal
Kim Blackburn
Dan Keston
Rich Cowan
Written by Talton Wingate
Starring Dan Byrd
Emily VanCamp
Adam Goldberg
Richard Jenkins
Music by Andrew Bird
Cinematography Darren Genet
Edited by Robert Hoffman
Running time
97 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Norman is a 2010 drama film directed by Jonathan Segal. It stars Dan Byrd, Emily VanCamp, Adam Goldberg, and Richard Jenkins. The film features an original score and songs by multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird. Norman began its theatrical release at various U.S. locations on October 21, 2011.


Norman tells the story of Norman Long (Byrd), a self-aware and darkly funny teen who is trying to handle his daily high school existence. An unexpected set of life-changing circumstances turns his world upside down and then ultimately right side up as he meets the magnetic Emily (VanCamp). With love, humility and a heavy dose of truth, he emerges to face challenges not meant for a boy his age.

Norman’s soundtrack, on Mom + Pop Records, features Andrew Bird’s first-ever original instrumental film score. It also includes new and previously released songs by Bird along with Wolf Parade, Chad VanGaalen and The Blow with Richard Swift.



The film's soundtrack features, in majority, songs composed and performed by multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird. Included in the soundtrack are three songs performed by other notable acts: The Blow with Richard Swift (singer-songwriter), Chad VanGaalen, and Wolf Parade. Pitchfork Media reviewed the album most favorably as a piece detached from the film.[1] The soundtrack was released by Mom + Pop Music on October 11, 2011.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Album Review: Norman OST — Various Artists. Pitchfork Media.