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GWENN JOYAUX :: director & writer



Tomorrow island at the Raindance Film Festival

Tomorrow island will screen online as part of the STAGE 32 program at the Raindance Film Festival.

Raindance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the UK. It is officially recognised by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences USA, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and the British Independent Film Awards. Selected shorts will qualify for Oscar® and BAFTA considerations.

Tomorrow island at the 16th HollyShorts Film Festival

Tomorrow island will screen online 16th to 22nd November as part of the STAGE 32 x HFM program at the 16th HollyShorts Film Festival.

HollyShorts is an organization devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events, and various panel and forums. The HollyShorts Film festival showcases the top short films produced 40- minutes or less and is officially recognised by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences USA.

The two halves at the Concurso Nacional de Cine Independiente de Cipolletti

Category : Film Festivals

The two halves will be screened 4th-7th November as part of the official competition at the Concurso Nacional de Cine Independiente de Cipolletti.

Tomorrow island nominee for Best Cinematography

Category : Film Festivals

Michael Tebinka’s been nominated for Best Cinematography at the Kingstone Film Festival for his stunning work for Tomorrow island.

A podcast about my job as Script Supervisor (in Spanish)

Category : Press

Nicolás Britos · Te Mando un Audio 4 – Gwenn Joyaux/ Silvina Obregón

Tomorrow island at the 6th Herat International Women’s Film Festival

Category : Film Festivals

Tomorrow island has been accepted in the international narrative short film category at the 6th Herat International Women’s Film Festival. The short film got selected from among other 3500 submissions from over 123 countries.

Amid Covid, the festival date is yet to be confirmed.

Tomorrow island at the MINIKINO FILM WEEK 6 – BALI INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

Category : Film Festivals

Tomorrow island will be screened at the Minikino Film Week 6 – Bali International Short Film Festival this 4th to 12nd September. It is competing in the program called “The Rainbow”.

The short film was selected among 903 short films submitted this year. Only 22% made it to the Official Selection.

Minikino Film Week (MFW) was founded in 2015 as the unique and out of ordinary International Short Film Festival in Bali, to reach out the daily life of the local community. The screens are arranged to provide opportunities for people to re-experiencing the collective film viewing, furthermore to build a space to discuss about their experiences, promoting critical thinking of what they have just watched.

Tomorrow island Grand Prize Winner

TOMORROW ISLAND is the Grand Prize Winner of the 5th Annual Stage 32 Short Film Program.

As part of the award, the short film will be screening in the Stage 32 Short Film Program at the 2020 Hollyshorts Film Festival, the 2020 Raindance Film Festival and the 2020 Austin Film Festival.

Tomorrow island in Lesflicks

Tomorrow island will screen online at the 6th Lesflicks Cinema @ LFest in London this 24th-26th July.

Tomorrow island is part of the program called Herstories. It is a selection of stories that reflect on and explore our beautiful and diverse herstory. Session 1 will go online on the 24th July at 11am London/ 12pm Europe/ 6pm Perth/ 8pm Sydney/Melbourne (free tickets) Session 2 will go online on the 24th July at 7pm London / 8pm Europe / 11am West Coast USA / 2pm East Coast USA (free tickets)

Tomorrow island is back to LA

Category : Film Festivals

Tomorrow island will screen in LA this August 4th-30th as part of the Los Angeles Diversity Film Festival.

LADFF provides filmmakers, actors, and stories of diverse backgrounds with a place to showcase their voice without judgment or insincere reflection; free of stereotypes and degradation.

This year, amid Covid-19, the festival goes online.