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A Motorcycle Saved My Life

lori lozinski
2022 | 12 min 22 s
Documentary
English


Short Synopsis


Director Statement

Excerpts

Excerpt 1


Excerpt 2



Images







Team


lori lozinski
Writer and Director


Photo
Photo : Kristine Cofsky




Teri Snelgrove
Producer (NFB)


Photo
Photo : Emily Cooper




Shirley Vercruysse
Executive Producer


Photo
Photo : Emily Cooper



Credits

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
lori lozinski

PRODUCER
Teri Snelgrove

LINE PRODUCER
Jennifer Roworth

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Diana Parry

EDITOR
Jocelyne Chaput

MUSIC BY
Genevieve Vincent

SOUND DESIGN
Eva Madden

SOUND RECORDIST
Shreela Chakrabartty

FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA
Chris Vautour

WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF
Debra Lozinski
Stacey Lozinski
Sherill Verboom
Tammy Verboom
Wendy Verboom

CAST
Brandy Auseth as Margaret
Brielle Gauthier as Young Lori
Glory as the Horse

DRONE OPERATOR
Blake Sovdi

GRIP
Martin Calvo

CARPENTER / LOCATION MANAGER
Paul Kumpula

SENIOR PRODUCTION COORDINATORS
Nicolas Ayerbe Barona
Nathan Conchie

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT
Chenoa Kaufman

COLOURIST
Anne Boyle

RE-RECORDING MIXER
May Guimarães

FIELD RECORDIST
Richard Maddock

TECHNICAL COORDINATOR
Wes Machnikowski

ARCHIVAL
All archival provided courtesy of
lori lozinski
Deb Lozinski

MUSIC

“I Don’t See A Lot Of Your Mom In You”
Written and composed by Genevieve Vincent
Cello by Ro Rowan

“I Have Her Saddle”
Written and composed by Genevieve Vincent
Cello by Ro Rowan

“In The Field”
Written and composed by Genevieve Vincent
Cello by Ro Rowan

MARKETING MANAGER
Kay Rondonneau

PUBLICIST
Katja De Bock

STUDIO ADMINISTRATOR
Carla Jones

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Shirley Vercruysse



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