Thu, 20 May 2021 14:51:15 GMT
During the 2nd lockdown in Toronto, Sean Frewer felt the need to try and capture something that might help express the anxieties and frustrations he was feeling through the short winter days of the pandemic. The hope was to create a short film that many people could relate to while exploring ways to cope and manage the myriad of emotions.
His other intent for the film was to help bring awareness to mental health during these exceptional times. Exploring the idea that it's not where we would rather be, but where we are that matters the most.
With DP Darrin Klimek, his friend and actor Kym Wyatt McKenzie, and daughter Charlie, they set out to capture something modest with no crew and equipment during Covid. The story centres around a single father burdened by trying to juggle all of his responsibilities who eventually finds perspective in a quiet moment of reflection.
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PRODUCTION COMPANY: Sequoia Content
DIRECTOR: Sean Frewer
DOP: Darrin Klimek
EDIT COMPANY: School Editing
EDITOR: Daniel Bochenksi
POST PRODUCTION COMPANY: Redlab
COLOURIST: Jason Zukowski
COMPOSER: Terry Frewer
SOUND COMPANY: BoomBox Sound
MIX & SOUND DESIGNER: S. Quinn Hoodless
SPECIAL THANKS: SUZANNE ALLAN, GEOFF CORNISH, HANNAH GILL, AUDREY LISKAUSKAS, CHARLIE TYRELL, LEA MARIN, MARCUS MATYAS, DREW THOMAS, ROGER LEAVENS, CHARLIE’S MOM
Categories: Short films, Short Films and Music VideosSequoia Content, Thu, 20 May 2021 14:51:15 GMT