Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow
Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow
Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow
Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow

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    • Directed by: Martina Radwan
    • Released: 2024 (educational)
    • Year of Production: 2023
Running Time: 106 min
Language: English, 
Subtitle Options: English Closed Captions
Subjects:  Asian Studies, Children Family and Youth, Race Power and Privilege

TOMORROW, TOMORROW, TOMORROW starts where most films about homeless kids end, the day after they are taken in, we assume it’s a happy ending - but what really happens next? 

While on assignment filming orphaned street kids in Mongolia, NYC-based cinematographer Martina Radwan feels drawn to help three of the kids escape their dead-end situations. Naive, idealistic and thoroughly unprepared she dives in to fix things - is this is a Westerner’s savior complex, or something more? As the filmmaker and central character, Martina grapples with what it means to intervene in a meaningful way and if Baaskaa, Baani and Nasaa truly want what she offers them. Martina questions her own intentions, identity and abilities, and wonders what it means to look and document. 

The film, told over six years, is an honest portrait of how storytellers and their central participants impact each other and addresses the messiness of love and belonging, as well as the universal experience of family and the unexpected journeys we sometimes take to find one.

Official Selection at DOC NYC 2023, US Competition Section - World Premiere, 2024 American Documentary and Animation Film Festival,

“Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow transforms from a charming humanitarian production into something much more complex; a film about underprivileged youth who need to be understood and respected, first and foremost.” – VAGUE VISAGES

“Radwan's film digs deeply into a fraught situation with tenderness”- INDIEWIRE


About the filmmaker 

Martina Radwan, a German Syrian, is an accomplished cinematographer. After moving to New York City in the mid 90’s, she DP’ed several fiction films before she developed a deep interest in documentaries. Her recent work includes FOOD AND COUNTRY, THE FIRE THAT TOOK HER, INVENTING TOMORROW, THE FINAL YEAR.  SAVING FACE, the 2012 Academy Award Winner for Short Documentary and Emmy winner, earned her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Cinematography in 2013. Continuing to push her own boundaries, Radwan directed two award winning shorts that played on national and international festivals, before she directed, produced TOMORROW, TOMORROW, TOMORROW, her first feature-length documentary as director. Martina is a member of the Academy and Bafta Documentary Branch.

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