AWI Short Film Competition

Like Minded

Two friends Jeremiah and Aska empathize with each other over similar childhood traumas, and mental health struggles and bond through a shared appreciation for biking. The chaotic and blurry film aesthetic expresses their struggle within, while they find balance through biking.

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Director: Jeremiah Reyes

Jeremiah Reyes is a photographer and post-production professional from North Vancouver BC. After training at BCIT’s Video Production and Editing program he now works in a variety of capacities on documentary, short, feature film, and TV projects as an editor, colourist, and cinematographer. His latest work “China Kid’s Bike” which he shot, coloured, and edited is a short experimental documentary that was presented at the Polygon Art Gallery during the Lind Prize 2021 workshop.

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