Tomorrow Might Be The Day

Short Film


Believing that the melting of polar ice-caps is about to unleash an impending doomsday flood, Nicholas, attempts suicide in a Scottish Loch, only to experience a miraculous salvation from below. Enlightened by the event, he begins to believe that he has been chosen for salvation. Desiring the same for his niece, Seren, he teaches her his doctrine. When Seren's faith begins to waver, Nicholas is confronted with the alarming possibility of his niece’s rebellion and leads her to the secluded Loch where he received his enlightenment, to confirm her faith and make her a chosen one.

Screener available upon request.


Tim Barrow
Jocelyn Brassington
Erin Watson 


Written by: Joséfa Celestin & Max Barth
Director: Joséfa Celestin
Producer: Margarita Veberaite
Co-Producer: Anaïs Bertrand
Executive Producers: Paul Welsh, Carolynne Sinclair, Holly Daniel, Ross McKenzie
DoP: Alan Mclaughlin
Editor: Joséfa Celestin
Music: Owen Dewlin
Sound Recordist: Kyle Allan

Sound Design: William Aikman
Colourist: Stephen Horne
Production Designer: Gail Bowman

1st Assistant Director: Keir O'Donnell
Gaffer & Stills: Rob O'Donnell


Best Sci-Fi Film : Philip K. Dick Film Festival / Lille, France / 2019


Edinburgh International Film Festival / UK / 2018DCIFF / Washington / USA / 2019
FrightFest / London / UK / August
Court Métrange / Rennes, France / 2019
SIFF / Slemani, Irak / 2019
IFF / Inverness, UK / 2019ESFF / Edinburgh, UK / 2019
Philip K. Dick Film Festival / Lille, France / 2019 / Best Sci-Fi Film
Inward Eye FF / Lake District, UK / 2019
SOIFF / Soria, Spain / 2019
Fantaelx - Elche Fantastic Film Festival / Elche, Spain / 2019
Insólito Festival de Cine / Lima, Peru / 2020
20minmaxIngolstadt / Germany / 2020