Watch Bukola Ayinde's mental health themed short film 'Mindshift'

The short film directed by Joseph “Taj” Adeniji, sheds light on the emotional struggles of parents with special needs children.

'Mindshift' produced by Bukola Ayinde [YouTube]

Film producer Bukola Ayinde has officially debuted her inspirational short film 'Mindshift'.

The 17-minute film which premiered on YouTube on November 15, 2021, tells the gripping story of a career woman whose life is turned upside down after she learns her son has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy.

Amid her grief, she connects with another parent going through a similar journey and soon begin to thrive.

According to Ayinde, the film was motivated by her experience and the strong desire to tell stories of the mental struggles of parents of children with special needs.

'Mindshift' cast include Olubukola Oni Tunde, Makanjuola Benjamin, Abejide Adeniran, Bukola Ayinde, Nimi Ayinde, Pemi Ayinde, Misi Molu, and Uzo Agyare-Kumi. The short film was written and produced by Bukola Ayinde and directed by Joseph “Taj” Adeniji.

Watch 'Mindshift':

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: eyewitness@pulse.ng

Recommended articles

Halima Abubakar says she repeated a semester in university because of bullies

Halima Abubakar says she repeated a semester in university because of bullies

Lil Wayne under investigation after reportedly pulling gun on security guard

Lil Wayne under investigation after reportedly pulling gun on security guard

New comedy series, reality show, spark online reactions

New comedy series, reality show, spark online reactions

Emeka Ike to launch Nollywood TV channel

Emeka Ike to launch Nollywood TV channel

BBNaija's Ifuennada wants married men who lie to ladies about their marital status imprisoned

BBNaija's Ifuennada wants married men who lie to ladies about their marital status imprisoned

Obi Emelonye's 'Black Mail' opts for streaming platform release

Obi Emelonye's 'Black Mail' opts for streaming platform release

Beverly Naya reacts to ban on African countries due to the Covid-19 Omicron variant

Beverly Naya reacts to ban on African countries due to the Covid-19 Omicron variant

Surreal16 Collective roll out line up for film festival

Surreal16 Collective roll out line up for film festival

BBNaija's Khloe calls out NDLEA for physically assaulting her at the airport

BBNaija's Khloe calls out NDLEA for physically assaulting her at the airport