Strictly Two Wheel

‘Strictly two wheel’ is an intimate portrait of a family-owned mechanic shop in rural Jamaica and a father’s love for his children and community. Bobo uses minimal resources to provide a medium for mobility and independence and imbues his children with the skills to maintain the craft of bicycle-building.


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Image Caption: Featured image for ‘Strictly Two Wheel’.

Strictly Two Wheel (2022)

Short (10mins) Documentary




All Ages


Ania Freer


Fri 23 Sep 2022, 12.30pm, NALIS—AV Room

Sat 24 Sep 2022, 5.30pm, MovieTowne, POS—Screen 10

Caribbean Premiere

Ania Freer

Ania Freer is an Australian-Jamaican artist, filmmaker, cultural researcher, and curator based in Kingston, Jamaica. Through installation and video portraiture, as well as her curatorial work, Ania addresses themes central to the Jamaican experience such as Black empowerment, resistance, feminism, environmental justice, and spirituality. Ania has exhibited in the National Gallery of Jamaica’s Summer Exhibition, she is an AIRIE (Artist in Residence in Everglades) Fellow, an Art Omi: Artist in Residence Fellow, a Caribbean Film Academy Fellow, recipient of the Black Creative Endeavours Grant, the inaugural Curatorial and Art Writing Fellow at New Local Space Kingston and a recipient of the Filmed by Bike BIPOC Filmmaker Grant.

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