TOMORROW ISLAND is the Grand Prize Winner of the 5th Annual Stage 32 Short Film Program.
Tomorrow island was awarded Best Movie of the Month (September), Best Director (Gwenn Joyaux) and Best Actress (Daryna Butryk) at the Vertigo Film Festival in Italy.
Tomorrow island was awarded with the Special Mention Best Staging (Gwenn Joyaux) at the Festival Internacional de Cine Austral in Cordoba, Argentina.
Tomorrow island won as Best LGBTQ Short at te 4th Open Window International Film Challenge in Kolkata, India.
Tomorrow island won an Honoroble Mention in the category of Non-post apoc drama at the 8th Wasteland Film Festival.
The jury said ‘Great acting and cinematography. There is something so incredibly sad about Tomorrow Island, and the persecution many have suffered at the hands of intolerance and bigotry, all over loving someone.’
Tomorrow island wins Best Action / Thriller short film atthe 4th Trujillo Independent Film Festival in Peru.
Congratulations to the crew, actors and supporters!!
Tomorrow island wins as Best International Short Film at Regina International Film Festival.
Tomorrow island wins at Queenpalm International Film Festival 2019!
Queen Palm International Film Festival is a bi-monthly film, music, & screenwriting competition with a live Annual Screening and Awards Show Event in Palm Springs, California. QPIFF honors films from around the world with a vast array of awards in different categories and genres. This year Tomorrow island was awarded the Best Short in the Love is love category.
Tomorrow island qualified for the annual Queen Palm International Film Festival in the categories of Love is Love and Best Actress!
Here are our results from the qualifying stage:
Gold Award (which qualifies us to the final competition of each category!)
Best Short – Love is Love directed by Gwenn Joyaux
Best Actress (Daryna Butryk)
Best Cinematography (Michael Tebinka)
Best Director – Student Short (Gwenn Joyaux)
Best Supporting Actress (Mira Gaydarova)
Tomorrow Island has been selected for the Hollywood Women’s Film Festival and the director Gwenn Joyaux has been distinguished as Best Director in the Dramatic Short category.
The screening will be on June 15th 3:00 pm at the Raleigh Studios Hollywood
Tickets available at http://bit.ly/TomorrowIslandJune15
The Hollywood Women’s Film Festival is a program of the Hollywood Women’s Film Institute which has the mission of empowering women filmmakers in all aspects of Motion Pictures and Television.