Watch Bukola Ayinde’s Short Video ‘Mindshift,’ Which Is On Mental Health
Joseph “Taj” Adeniji’s directed short film draws awareness on the emotional hardships of parents with special needs children.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Bukola Ayinde, a film producer, has released her inspiring short film ‘Mindshift.’
The dramatic story of a business lady whose life is flipped upside down after learning her baby has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy is told in the 17-minute film, which released on YouTube on November 15, 2021.
In the midst of her sadness, she interacts with another parent who is going through a similar experience, and they quickly become friends.
The film was inspired by Ayinde’s personal experience and a great desire to portray stories about the emotional hardships of parents of children with exceptional needs, according to her.
Olubukola Oni Tunde, Makanjuola Benjamin, Abejide Adeniran, Bukola Ayinde, Nimi Ayinde, Pemi Ayinde, Misi Molu, and Uzo Agyare-Kumi are among the cast members of ‘Mindshift.’ Bukola Ayinde wrote and produced the short film, which was directed by Joseph “Taj” Adeniji.
Watch Short Film Below:
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