Category: screenwriting


Have been meaning to post this on here.

This is the short that was made from my script Mule as part of the writing curriculum at Vancouver Film School.

Logline: A street tough girl caught in a rival drug feud finds a way out to a better life.

Written by: Tim Aucoin

Directed by: Nicholas Humphries

Won best short of my writing class at Vancouver Film School (


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