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King Dawit, born in Toronto December 4 1997, is a writer and filmmaker.
He is renowned for his captivating and character-driven narratives, often infused with surreal elements. Adapting his father’s love for motion pictures and history, he naturally delved into film-related classes in high school, leading to graduating from the George Brown College film program in 2020. Dawit’s impressive directorial portfolio includes numerous short films, including the award-winning Tapeboy (2021) and Seven Minutes in Heaven (2023). His work has played at various festivals in domestic and international markets, and he has directed additional documentary, music video and web series content, the former including the upcoming feature Grand Illusion.
Having a diverse background in content creation across various platforms – including in article writing, videos and podcasting – Dawit’s artistic vision is influenced by his Toronto upbringing. His visually striking works often reflect the cultural richness of the city, earning him recognition and accolades within the film industry.
King Dawit is also a professional writer, and has worked both freelance and on contract since 2017. His work includes articles and conducted interviews for The Spill Magazine, Mile High Sticking, and The George Brown Dialog.
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