maybe tomorrow

DAY THREE CQ PREMIERE OF MAYBE TOMORROW WITH Q&A

The Central Queensland Premiere of award winning feature film, Maybe Tomorrow will include a Q&A with Co Director and Co Writer, Michael Jones.

Winner: Best Independent Film at the Gold Coast Film Festival


SHORT SYNOPSIS


As a young couple struggle with the demands of life with a new baby, they plow forward on production for their latest self-funded independent feature film. From the prolific indie duo Caitlin Farrugia & Michael Jones, this is a gentle comedy-drama that investigates the ways young artists can balance the challenge of starting a new family while still scratching that creative cinematic itch.

REVIEWS


http://screenspace.squarespace.com/reviews/2019/4/8/maybe-tomorrow.html
https://www.filmink.com.au/reviews/maybe-tomorrow/
https://www.if.com.au/gold-coast-film-festival-awards-prizes-to-maybe-tomorrow-emu-runner/

SYNOPSIS

Patrick is optimistic that filmmaking and parenthood are a good mix. But his partner Erin is not so sure. Whilst finding their feet in the newfound parenthood game, the couple is deep in pre-production on their self-funded film. Between casting calls and working full time, Erin longs for a moment to herself, questioning the point of creativity. While Patrick feels isolated with production duties and begins to miss the company of people his own age, spending his days with their daughter Luna. Hoping to be both attentive parents and successful creatives, this juggling act offers a new perspective on priorities, responsibility and the important things in life.

THE CREATORS

Caitlin Farrugia and Michael Jones make replicas of real life. Always crafting stories from their experiences or borrowed experiences, they focus on human connection and relationships, telling stories exactly how they would naturally unfold and always with warmth and comedy. `Lazybones' (2017) screened at Cinequest Film Festival, Perth Revelations Film Festival, Made in Melbourne Film Festival and Gold Coast Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Australian Independent Feature Film. It has since been distributed by Umbrella Entertainment and Channel 9. `So Long' (2018) had its world premiere at Melbourne Queer Film Festival and screened at 2018 For Films Sake in Sydney.

DATE

22nd November 2019

SCHEDULE


2:30PM Maybe Tomorrow

4:20PM Q&A with Filmmaker 

PRICE (Online)


$22 - General Admission
$11 - KCA Members & Concessions

$0  - Emergency workers*  

$0  - Affected by the CQ fires*


PRICE (On Night, Cash only)


$25 - General Admission
$15 - KCA Members & Concessions

$0  - Emergency workers*  

$0  - Affected by the CQ fires*

LOCATION

Yeppoon Town Hall 

25  Normanby Street Yeppoon

FILM INFORMATION

Director   

Writer             

Cast       

*For our fire emergency services and affected community members to claim their tickets, all they need to do is book via our online services and turn up at the door with the ticket and their professional identification or proof of address and we would love to find a place for you at one of our film premiere screenings.

Caitlin Farugia, Michael Jones Caitlin Farugia, Michael Jones

Tegan Crowley

Chloe Martin

Ryan A. Murphy

Vateresio Tuikaba

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