Above: Nicky Sunshine and Teddy Smith in Timothy Hines’ “Tomorrow’s Today.
Timothy Hines’ comedy movie about recovery and redemption, “Tomorrow’s Today,” picked up three wins at Los Angeles Cinematography Awards, a film festival that demonstrate excellence in the art of cinematography and filmmaking; Best Producer, Best Editor and Best Song.
Above: “Tomorrow’s Today.”
LACA gives special emphasis on encouraging and promoting up and coming cinematographers and directors, highlighting their works with a screening in Los Angeles. They award stunning and artistic films presented at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood in January. The winners in the annual film festival receive the “Golden Eagle”, the official statuette of Cinematography Awards for the outstanding achievement in cinematography and filmmaking.
“Tomorrow’s Today” is a comedic recovery story about a hopeless grifter trying to reform his ways, who collides with his loser friend named Tommy G who thinks he’s a dead ringer for Tom Hardy. They rob a liquor store to pay a gambling debt to a mob boss; only to find out the store is owned by the mobster! The more they try to fix it, the more it unravels as an innocent widow and her son are dragged into the mob boss’ focus.
“At its core, Tomorrow’s Today is a film about family, loss and love and how people can come together even in the worst of circumstances to make the world a better place.” IMDB Reviewer – rehan_abbasi93
“Tomorrow’s Today” premiered at the International Day of Comedy Film Festival in Los Angeles April 5th and has been garnering awards and accolades at festivals across the world. Currently “Tomorrow’s Today” is the winner of the Los Angeles Cinematography Award for Best Editor, Winner Best Producer and Winner Best Song, the Winner of Best Song and Best Producer at the New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA), Best Ensemble and Official Selection at the New York Best Actor Award Festival, Finalist and Official Selection in the 4th Dimension Independent Film Festival, Semi-Finalist in the Asian Cinematography AWARDS (ACA), and Official Selection in the iDoc Film Festival, 4th Dimension Independent Film Festival, Spring Grove/Caledonia Film Festival, New York Flash Film Festival, Lit Laughs International Comedy Film Festival, and the Marina del Rey Film Festival®.
Above: Legendary Academy Award nominee actor Burt Young (Paulie in Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky”), delivers a powerful special appearance in Timothy Hines’ new comedy feature film, “Tomorrow’s Today”. In Hines’ film Young plays Luca, the village sage who has his own painful past.
Young first gathered notice playing tough thugs in such films as “The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight” (1971), “Across 110th Street” (1972), “Chinatown” (1974) and “The Gambler” (1974). Fiery director Sam Peckinpah cast Young as the getaway driver / assassin Mac in “The Killer Elite” (1975), and Young came to the attention of then newcomer Sylvester Stallone, who cast him as future brother-in-law ‘Paulie’ in the 1976 Academy Award winning classic “Rocky” (1976).
Above: A scene from Timothy Hines’ “Tomorrow’s Today.”
The talented Young was nominated for an Oscar, and has gone on to reprise the role in all five “Rocky” sequels to date. Peckinpah re-hired him to play renegade trucker Pigpen in “Convoy” (1978) in which the director homaged Young by having his character’s truck door read “Paulie Hauling”.
Official trailer Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/kP59WVBcGWU
Young has also appeared in numerous other major productions, including “Once Upon a Time in America” (1984), “The Pope of Greenwich Village” (1984), “Last Exit to Brooklyn” (1989) and “Mickey Blue Eyes” (1999).
“Tomorrow’s Today” is directed, edited and photographed by Timothy Hines (“10 Days in a Madhouse”, “War of the Worlds the True Story”) with special performances by Kelly Le Brock and Academy Award nominee Burt Young.
TIMOTHY HINES (above) is a visionary film director, writer, editor and cinematographer best known for bringing world attention to journalist Nellie Bly with his adaptation of Nellie Bly’s autobiographical book 10 Days In A Madhouse (2015) starring Caroline Barry and Christopher Lambert (“Highlander”, “Mortal Kombat”, “Greystoke Legend of Tarzan”) with superstar Kelly Le Brock (“Lady In Red”, “Weird Science”), which trended in Variety’s Top Trending movies during its Cannes premiere and was selected by movie star Geena Davis to be the opening night film for the inaugural Bentonville Film Festival Celebrating Women and Diversity. Hines, who also wrote the screenplay with the benediction of Nellie Bly expert NYU professor and journalist Brooke Kroeger, hand-chose movie star Christopher Lambert to play Dr. Dent, the supervising doctor running the Asylum for Women on Blackwell’s Island in which Nellie Bly was committed. 10 Days In A Madhouse is distributed worldwide by Tricoast Worldwide, Broad Green and Universal Home Video.
“Tomorrow’s Today producer Susan Goforth and director Tmothy Hines at a celebrity charity event for metnal illness. The pair produced the Osscar competitor p”10 Days in a Madhouse” that was picked up by Universal Home Entertainment, TriCoast and Broadgreen amongst many worldwide distributors.
Hines, along with his creative partner producer/actress Susan Goforth, are also world famous for War of the Worlds The True Story (2013); the world’s most beloved movie version of H. G. Wells’ seminal alien invasion novel, in which Bertie Wells, the last living survivor, testifies to the horrors and despair he endured during the Earth / Mars War of 1900. War of the Worlds the True Story competed in the Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Score and Best Special Effects, and can been viewed Worldwide on Amazon Pirme.
In addition to recently directing, photographing, editing and supplying additional scenes and scenarios to the screenplay of “Tomorrow’s Today” (2021), Timothy Hines is enjoying the success of his Pilot action thriller episode “Death Wish” of “Chrome The Series” (2020) out now on Amazon Prime. “Chrome The Series” is a hyper-action thriller about a runaway slave pleasurebot robot who stumbles into the heart of the robot underground only to discover the fate of all sentient robots depends on her. Chrome is a fast roller coaster ride of fun with deeply emotional subtext.
Original supermodel Kelly Le Brock has returned to the big screen with an emotionally stirring heartfelt special appearance in Timothy Hines’ new film, “Tomorrow’s Today”.
Kelly Le Brock, whom the phrase “Supermodel” was coined for, was born in New York and raised in London. She is the daughter of a French-Canadian father and an Irish mother. Kelly Le Brock began her career as a model beginning at the age of sixteen. She has appeared on hundreds of covers and magazines including with Christian Dior. She became one of Eileen Ford’s most sought-after models. Her motion picture debut was in the Oscar-winning comedy movie “The Woman in Red” (1984) opposite Gene Wilder. She has appeared in many films including the iconic comedy “Weird Science” (1985) with Robert Downey Jr., “Hard to Kill” (1990), “Wrongfully Accused” (1998) and “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” (2001).
Above: Dave Morrissey JR., Colin Buckingham and Greg Kritikos in “Tomorrow’s Today.”
Ms. Le Brock was formerly married to actor Steven Seagal, with whom she has three children, Annaliza, Dominic and Arissa. She rarely returns to the screen and when she does it is a choice selection of role. Ms. Le Brock is a human rights activist who spends much of her time on her ranch in Southern California. She is an amazing woman/actress/model/mother, beloved by the world.
Above: Adam Gabel, Dominick Martini and Colin Bouckingham in TOmothy Hines’ “TOmorrow’s TOday.”
“I was drawn to the script of Tomorrow’s Today by talented writer Frederick Stroppel because of the unique twists and compassion in the story,” said director Timothy Hines, “Test audiences listed the themes of the movie that came to them as, ‘Change, diversity, addiction, enabling, loyalty, grief, character, interracial relationships, adultery, divorce, marriage, church, avoidance, guilt, survival, good vs evil, and identity’. I am very proud of this movie.”
Tomorrow’s Today Official Music Video – Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/7tz5Q5qc1Zs
The theme song ”Tomorrow’s Today,” published by Warner Chappell Music is written by songwriter/producer/actress Susan Goforth (“Chrome: The Series”, “10 Days In A Madhouse”, “War Of The Worlds The True Story”) and Sandy Chila, (who wrote songs for superstars Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera), featuring vocalist Maedi who recently collaborated with Justin Caruso on the hit single ”Good Parts”. The song has won Best Song at the New York Cinematography Awards (NYCA) and Best Song at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards (LACA).
Joanne Scorcia and George N. Mikedis in Timothy Hines’ “Tomorrow’s Today.”
Upcoming screenings for “Tomorrow’s Today” in festivals across the globe include the Marina del Rey Film Festival® on July 18th 7:30pm at the Cinemark 18 and XD theater in Cinemascope,
Spring Grove/Caledonia Film Festival – July 23rd-25th,
Lit Laughs International Comedy Film Festival – July 31st,
New York Flash Film Festival – August 1st,
The 4th Dimension Independent Film Festival – August 28th-30th,
Los Angeles Cinematography Awards – January 2022,
Best Actor Award Film Festival – February 2022,
New York Cinematography Awards – March 10th, 2022.