2014 PBS ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL JUNE 16 - JULY 31

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Sorry About Tomorrow | CET Cincinnati & ThinkTV Dayton

8:22 mins

Sorry About Tomorrow | CET Cincinnati & ThinkTV Dayton

8:22 mins

About the Film

One would think traveling through time would be fun, but it’s not. It hurts. A lot. And sometimes, people die because of it. Meet Baldwin. Haunted by the actions of his past and hunted by men from the future, Baldwin attempts to stop the tragic state of events by going back in time to break up with the love of his life.

Baldwin goes back in time to break up with the love of his life and avoid tragedy.

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About the Filmmaker

Motke Dapp is an award-winning film maker who spends a great deal of time creating alternate realities in the form of stories and films. He is a Writer/Director/Producer with Paper Ghost Pictures, a company focusing on telling stories in the form of films, commercials, and videos. You can learn more at motke.net and paperghostpictures.com.

About the Filmmaker

Ryan Hartsock started his career as an intern for producer Ralph Winter on X-Men 2 and since has produced many music videos, commercials, short films and a feature film. He is a producer with Paper Ghost Pictures as well as running a film education program in Cincinnati for high schoolers, which draws students from around the globe.

About the Filmmaker

Tim Arnold is a journeyman filmmaker in assorted disciplines, but his value of "story" above all else manifests in his writing contributions, his editorial style and his collaborative efforts producing films with Paper Ghost Pictures.

Produced in 48 hours as part of the Nashville 2013 48 hour Film competition. The film is part of a much larger story universe known as “Milk is not Bread”. The larger story universe is currently being developed as a TV series and will be pitched this summer to major networks and other distributors.

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