My Train Leaves Tomorrow at 7

2020

A girl gets her ticket to finally depart everything that’s real.


A surrealistic exploration into loneliness, hope and fantasies we build for ourselves to cope with impossibly challenging life and fears of hostility.

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"My Train Leaves Tomorrow at 7 O'Clock"

Cast: Alyssa Grace & Maria Pinsent

Producer & Co-director: Lilia Le Dieu @lilipon

Writer/Co-director: Konstantin Pivovar

Line producers: Javier Montoya & Dmitriy Parkhomchuk @dmitriydali

DP: Konstantin Frolov @teenfrolov

Production Designer: Justin Aragon @thebreakfastking

Assistant Director: Nailah Robinson @simply_nai_

Script Supervisor: Alina Averianova @alinavestory

1 Assistant Camera: Anatoly Ivanov @tolybob

2 Assistant Camera: Vraj Kaniyawala @vraj1012

Gaffer: Rushikesh Bhadane @rushi_bhadamn

Key Grip: Pranav Mulay @pranavmulay_dop

Sound Mixer: Christopher Null @top.null

Art Director: Christian Lanza @bychristianlanza

Set Dressers: Jake Naso, Winter Herrera, @thando_mbhele

Hair & Makeup: Raven Dee @ravendeemakeup

DIT: Sean Coit @coit.raw_dp

G&E: Anton Chernonog @superanton7, Sharwin Samant @sharwinsamantofficial


Post-production:

Color grading: Fernando Torres, Roy Sun

Assistant Editor: @modiyar

Composer: @jaimiepmusic

Sound Design/Re-recording: Ajeng Canyarasmi

End credits score: George Palousis

Poster design: @1alexnovik

Poster photo: @mikerudnikov


RED Helium + Zeiss | STEREO

AWARDS

Calgary Independent Film Festival

Semi-finalist - Best Directing

Florida Shorts

Semi-finalist - Best Producer

Vienna Indie Short Festival

Semi-finalist - Best Short Film

Oniros Film Awards New York

Finalist - Best Short Film

Indie Short Fest

Best Short Drama

Toronto Film Magazine Fest

Award Winner- Best Narrative Short

Toronto Film Magazine Fest

Award Winner - Best Actor - Graham Jenkins