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“Without question, this is absolutely the best and most creative film on the future of humanity and the environment”.
— Paul Hawken



TODAY, we sometimes feel powerless in front of the various crises of our times.

TODAY, we know that answers lie in a wide mobilization of the human race. Over the course of a century, our dream of progress commonly called “the American Dream”, fundamentally changed the way we live and continues to inspire many developing countries. We are now aware of the setbacks and limits of such development policies. We urgently need to focus our efforts on changing our dreams before something irreversible happens to our planet.

TODAY, we need a new direction, objective... A new dream! The documentary Tomorrow sets out to showcase alternative and creative ways of viewing agriculture, economics, energy and education. It offers constructive solutions to act on a local level to make a difference on a global level. So far, no other documentary has gone down such an optimistic road...

TOMORROW is not just a film, it is the beginning of a movement seeking to encourage local communities around the world to change the way they live for the sake of our planet.

Start small to grow big, and write a new story for the generations to come.

Tomorrow is also a book:

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Melanie laurent

Actress since the age of 14th, Mélanie Laurent has participated in more than 40 feature films, among which Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Bastards, Philippe Lioret's Je vais bien ne t'en fais pas (for which she was awarded a César (the French Oscar) for best young actress), Radu Mihaileanu's Le Concert, Roselyn Bosch's La Rafle, Billie August's Night Train To Lisbon, Mike Mills's Beginners. She shot four movies, two short films and two full-length feature films. Her second, Respire, adapted from the novel by Anne-Sophie Brasme was featured on october 2014 and presented at the Semaine de la Critique at the Cannes film festival 2014.



After a very short carrier as an actor, Cyril became Project Manager for the Hommes de Paroles foundation. He took part in organising the Israeli-Palestinian congress in Caux in 2003, then the 1st and 2nd Imams and Rabis World Congress in Bruxelles and Sevilla in 2005 and 2006.In 2007, with Pierre Rabhi and some friends, he founded the Colibris movement which he ran until July 2013. Up to this day, he is still its spokesman and a member of the board council. Meanwhile, he is co-founder of the Kaizen magazine and the Domaine du Possible series for Actes Sud (a French publisher). In 2010, he was a producer executive with Colibris for Solutions locales pour un désordre global (“Local solutions for a global disorder”) by Colline Serreau.







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7/29/2017CALos AngelesKCET Earth Focus Environmental Film FestivalWebsite
8/20/2017CALos AngelesDepartment of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences, UCLAWebsite
8/2/2017CAMontereyOsio TheaterTickets
10/22/2017CARohnert ParkSonoma Film InstituteWebsite
8/18/2017FLSaint PetersburgEnlightened Leadership Solutions, Inc.@First Unity Church of St PetersburgWebsite
7/26/2017CASanta BarbaraThe Luke TheatreTickets
7/28/2017FLSarasotaTransition SarasotaWebsite
7/21/2017INBloomingtonThe Ryder Magazine & Film SeriesWebsite
7/23/2017MABostonMuseum of Fine ArtsTickets
8/14/2017MANewburyportPaula Estey GalleryWebsite
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7/22/2017MNMinneapolisMinneapolis Film SocietyTickets
7/21/2017MOSaint LouisWebster UniversityTickets
8/15/2017NHDartmouthHopkins Film CenterTickets
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8/17/2017NYNew YorkMuseum of Reclaimed Urban SpaceWebsite
8/24/2017NYHobartTransition CatskillsWebsite
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7/31/2017NYPeekskillPeekskill Public LibraryWebsite
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7/29/2017NCWinston Salema/pertureTickets
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11/3/2017WAFriday HarborFriday Harbor Film FestivalWebsite
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4/29/2017CALos AngelesSanta Monica Film Center
5/1/2017CAModestoState Theatre
6/6/2017CAMountain ViewIntuit
4/13/2017CANorthridgeMarshall Net Impact
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6/21/2017CARedwood CityEarthCare Group at the Insight Meditation Center
6/13/2017CASacramentoSacramento Local Government Commission
5/5/2017CASan DiegoMedia Arts Center
3/10/2017CASan DiegoFrench Film Club of San Diego
4/9/2017CASan FranciscoIntegral Yoga
4/14/2017CASan FranciscoVogue Theater
4/15/2017CASan FranciscoSivananda Yoga Vedanta Center
4/29/2017CASan RafaelSmith Rafael Film Center
4/17/2017CAStanfordStanford University
6/15/2017CASonomaTransition Sonoma Valley
4/29/2017CAWoodland HillsCoach2Edify Foundation
4/22/2017COBoulderThe Boedecker Cinema
6/14/2017COFort CollinsThe Lyric
4/22/2017COSteambot SpringsColorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs
5/23/2017CTCromwellCoginchaug Area Transition (CAT)
4/21/2017CTHartfordReal Art Ways
4/20/2017DCWashington D.C.Film Fest DC
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7/16/2017FLGulportGulfport Food Forest Educational Outreach
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4/23/2017HIHonoluluHonolulu Museum of Art
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5/19/2017IDBoiseThe Flicks
6/16/2017ILChicagoFacets Cinematheque
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4/21/2017MAWoods HoleFalmouth Climate Action
5/28/2017MAMartha’s VineyardMartha’s Vineyard Film Society
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4/21/2017MERocklandStrand Theatre
4/25/2017MIAnn ArborUniversity of Michigan
3/30/2017MIDetroitFreep Film Festival
4/13/2017MTHelenaMyrna Loy Center
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4/22/2017NCAshevilleThe Grail
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6/14/2017NYIthacaCinemapolis Theater
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5/3/2017NYNew YorkSociete Generale NYC
4/23/2017NYRhinebeckUpstate Film
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4/22/2017OKOklahoma CityTransition OKC
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4/28/2017ORBendTin Pan Theater
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6/22/2017ORSouth SalemSouth Salem High School
5/26/2017PALatrobeGreater Latrobe JR/SH High School
5/18/2017RINewportJane Pickens Theater
4/22/2017RIProvidenceCable Car Cinema Café
4/13/2017UTPark CityPark City Film Series
4/23/2017VAWinchesterAlamo Drafthouse
3/17/2017VTBerlinGreen Mountain Film Festival
5/5/2017VTBenningtonBennington College
6/30/2017VTMontpelierSavoy Theater
4/21/2017WACamasLiberty Theatre
4/15/2017WAPort TownsendChimacum Public High School
4/21/2017WAPort TownsendRose Theater
4/21/2017WAVancouverThe Kiggins Theater


“Refreshing…Punchy and Personal” New York Times
“A forward-thinking take on addressing the demise of the human race” Los Angeles Times
“A sunnier less snarky version of Michael Moore’s “Where to Invade Next”” Variety
“Required Viewing” The Hollywood Reporter
“Beautiful and Poignant” The Hufftington Post
“A generous cut above the standard enviro-doc” San Francisco Chroncile
“The can-do optimism sets it apart from other documentaries.” Village Voice

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