TOMORROW

Tomorrow

New Year's Eve 1999 finds college-bound Clark and Trevor concerned about the future of their friendship, and a request for Clark to be Trevor's wingman ensures things will never be the same again.

FOREIGN SHORT FILM

EXHIBITION

  • 20 Mar, 16:30
    Cine Jaguar

CREDITS

  • Cast
    Daniel Rashid, Zachary Roozen, Katie Baker
  • Screenplay
    Joshua Paul Johnson
  • Production
    Ivan Bordas e Priscilla Spencer
  • Photography
    Theodore Martland e Sam Ziaie
  • Art
    Grey Cusack e Angelica Torres Costume
  • Soundtrack
    Nick Soole
  • Assembly
    Avi Glick e Edson Oda

DIRECTION

  • Leandro Tadashi

    Leandro Tadashi

    Leandro Tadashi was born in Manaus, but grew up in São Paulo, where he graduated at ECA-USP.
    Directed several short films, including "Naiá e a Lua", exhibited in different festivals such as the Festival International du Court Métrage à Clermont-Ferrand (2011). The film received many awards, including the Brazil Children's Film Award (2011) and Special Mention at the 57th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany (2011).
    His most recent film, the unreleased "Bá" (2015), was awarded the Encouragement Prize in Short Film, organized by the Ministry of Culture of Sao Paulo in 2013 and by the Public Notice Short Child, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture in 2013. Today, Leandro lives in Los Angeles, where he finishes his MFA in film directing at USC School of Cinematic Arts. In the US, directed the short "Absent" (2013) and "Tomorrow" (2014), both with LGBT themes. He is currently in pre-production and will direct the movie "Actors Anonymous", produced by Rabbit Bandini Productions and based on the homonymous book by James Franco.

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