Based on an inspiring true story of tenacity, a seven year old boy struggles to make sense of words on the page ‘Mical’

Based on a true story of tenacity, a seven-year-old boy struggles to make sense of words on the page. But when Mike is diagnosed with dyslexia and the teachers continue to fail him, his mother takes matters into her own hands to help her son fulfil his true potential. An Official Selection at the Oscar/BAFTA qualifying LA Shorts International Film Festival 2020, this award-winning film was made to create awareness of children with dyslexia as they are not only being failed, but they are also being damaged. People assume dyslexia is being addressed but in reality, it isn’t.

Starring

Jayne Lunn, William Biletsky, Dale Grant.

Directed by Yewweng Ho

Produced by Gordon Lewis Executive Producers: Gordon Lewis, Mike Jones, Yewweng Ho, Tiffany James

Associate Producer: Darius Shu

Screenplay by Malcolm Duffy

Sign and support their petition to have one well-trained dyslexia specialist in every school: http://chng.it/LHkXrGFcqS Help train teachers to understand dyslexia at https://www.gofundme.com/f/just-teach-me *Stay until the end of the film to click on the next suggested video link for a post-credit video with a special message. Learn more at http://www.micalthefilm.com

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