A documentary film that follow Rob Dyer as he skateboards across Canada to raise awareness to youth about cancer, and early cancer detection. One summer, 5,500km.
During college I travelled across Canada with a young activist who carries his message of self-testing and early diagnosis for terminal cancer prevention along with the loss of 3 major people in his life. Rob’s good friends are there to help him through his journey across the rugged and vast Canadian landscape. This was my first short film as a producer. It was shot over a summer and with several shoot during the school semester.
Little Big Shots Film Festival (Australia) – Official Selection 2012
Push Past Viewfinders (Atlantic Film Festival) – Official Selection 2012
TIFF Sprockets Film Festival – Official Selection 2011
Sudbury Cinefest International Film Festival – Official Selection 2011
The Chicago International Children’s Film Festival – Official Selection 2011
Doc North Film Festival – Official Selection 2011
EnRoute Film Festival – Official Selection 2011