Tomorrow island

In the dawn of the Cold War, a young Soviet telegraphist makes a desperate attempt to save her American lover from being stranded in the Russian side of the Bering Strait after receiving a border closure message.

Production
KinoEyes
Director
Gwenn Joyaux
PRODUCER
Shruti Sidhan
WRITER
Ana Falcón
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
MICHAEL TEBINKA
IMDB
FESTIVALS
  • TIFF – Tirana International Film Festival. Tirana, Albania, 2018. Official Selection.
  • PÖFF Shorts (Black Nights Film Festival). Tallinn, Estonia, 2018. Official Selection.
  • Promofest Summer Short of the Year 2019, Special Jury Mention.
  • Prémio Sophia Estudante. Porto, Portugal, 2018. Winner, 1st prize for Best Short Film.
  • Festival Internacional de Cine de Guadalajara. Guadalajara, Mexico, 2019. Official Selection.
  • 10th Watersprite International Student Film Festival. Cambridge, UK, 2019. Nominee for Best Script (Ana Falcon) and Best Performance (Daryna Butryk) Winner Best Performance.
  • BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival. London, UK, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Roze Filmdagen. Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Swindon Independent Film Festival. Swindon, UK, 2019. Winner Best Student Film.
  • Kinoki Festival Internacional de Cine Universitario. Mexico DF, Mexico, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Fastnet Film Festival. Schull, Ireland, 2019. Official Selection.
  • South Europe International Film Festival. Valencia, Spain, 2019. Nominee for Best Director of a Short Foreing Language Film (Gwenn Joyaux), Best Supporting Actress in a Foreing Language Film (Mira Gaydarova) and Best Hair & Make-up (Sigrit Villido)
  • Andalesgai, Festival Internacional de Cine LGBTI de Andalucía. Sevilla, Spain, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Hollywood Women’s Film Festival. L.A., United States, 2019. Winner Best Director Dramatic Short (Gwenn Joyaux)
  • 4th QueerX Fest. West Hollywood, California, United States, 2019. Official Selection.
  • 3rd Jim Thorpe Independent Film Festival. Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, United States, 2019. Official Selection.
  • deadCenter Film Festival. Oklahoma, United States, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Queenpalm International Film Festival. California, United States, 2019. Winner GOLD Best Short Film – Love is Love, GOLD Best Actress (Daryna Butryk), SILVER Best Cinematography (Michael Tebinka), BRONZE Best Director – Student (Gwenn Joyaux), Honorable Mention Best Supporting Actress (Mira Gaydarova).
  • 10th Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. Mumbai, India, 2019. Official Selection Student Competition.
  • Hyperwave Film Awards – Spring Season. Carson, Clifornia, United States, 2019. Finalist.
  • 2nd Hong Kong Film Art International Film Festival. Hong Kong, China, 2019. Official Selection.
  • 3rd Buddha International Film Festival. Pune, Maharashtra, India, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Festival Détours en Cinécourt. Saint-Geniès Bellevue, France, 2019. Official Selection.
  • QMTY, 8va Muestra Internacional de Cine Queer. Monterrey, Mexico, 2019. Official Selection
  • Regina International Film Festival. Regina, Canada, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Lebanese Independent Film Festival. Beirut, Lebanon, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Visioni Corte International Short Film Festival. Gaeta, Italy, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival. Chicago, USA, 2019. Official Selection.
  • Twin Tiers International Film Festiva. Norwich, NY, USA, 2019. Official Selection.
About

Michael Tebinka is a Director of Photography based in Sweden.

Studio Location

Baringo Reklam & Kommunikation
Kyrkogatan 24b
Gävle, Sweden

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