World Cinema – Feature
LOVE TOMORROW, Christopher Payne
UK / 2012 / 80 min / DCP / English
Set in present day London, LOVE TOMORROW is the story of a former Royal Ballet dancer whose life is turned upside down after receiving devastating news. Wandering the underground in a torment of pain and confusion, a chance encounter with a charismatic Cuban ballet dancer called Oriel offers a temporary distraction. Oriel overlooks her engagement ring and suggests she spends some time with him.
Why she follows this insistent stranger is unclear, and why he tolerates her reserve, mood swings and outright hostility is also unclear. But he is troubled too and as the night lengthens and turns into day, the frustrations, secrets and wounds of both their lives begin to emerge, and a fragile friendship promises to turn into something more profound. Dance is a powerful force throughout the film and its energy allows the dancers to push forward and to build a powerful bond.
Screenplay: Christopher Payne / Producers: Stephanie Moon (Producer), Balletboyz/ Manilla Productions : Micheal Nunn & William Trevitt (Co-Producers) / Cinematographer: Paul Teverini / Editors: Nick Calori & Barry Moen / Composer: Kevin Pollard /Production Designer: Alexandra Walker / Art Director: Jimmy Bumble & Emma Denby / Principal Cast: Cindy Jourdain, Arionel Vargas With Max Brown, Samuel Barnett / Contact: Stephanie Moon (Sjmoon1@Me.Com / +44(0)7802 866795) Or Phil Gorn (Wonderphil Productions / email@example.com) : www.lovetomorrowfilm.com @lovetomorrow_11 www.facebook.com/lovetomorrow
THE DIRECTOR: Payne began his film career at Ealing FIlm Studios. He produced PUNCH and associate produced TICHBORNE CLIAMANT, by BAFTA winning director, David Yates.
Payne wrote and directed, THE JOLLY BOYS LAST STAND, starring Andy Serkis and Sacha Baron Cohen in a minor role.
Since 2000, Payne's screenplays have been developed by the BBC, The Film Council and Slingshot Studios. From 2000 to 2006 he contributed on set reports for Filmfour.com
His new film, THE INCUBATORS, the true story of a punk band who get caught up in an attempt to overthrow a foreign government, is scheduled to shoot 2014.
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