The Girl from Tomorrow is an Australian children's television series created by Film Australia. The series is based around Alana (Katharine Cullen), a girl from the year 3000. At the start of the series, she is kidnapped by Silverthorn, a criminal from the year 2500, and brought back in time to the year 1990. While in the year 1990, she befriends Jenny (Melissa Marshall), who helps Alana adapt to life in a time unfamiliar to her, and later helps her to return to her own time. A sequel series, The Girl from Tomorrow Part II: Tomorrow's End aired in 1993.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Escape from Tomorrow is a 2013 American independent horror film written and directed by Randy Moore in his directorial debut. It tells the story of an unemployed father having increasingly bizarre experiences and disturbing visions on the last day of a family vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort. It premiered in January at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and was later a personal selection of Roger Ebert, shown at his 15th annual film festival in Champaign, Illinois. The film was a 2012 official selection of the PollyGrind Film Festival, but at the time filmmakers were still working on some legal issues and asked that it not be screened. The film drew attention due to the fact that Moore had shot most of it on location at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland without permission from The Walt Disney Company, owner and operator of both parks. Due to Disney's reputation of being protective of its intellectual property, the cast and crew used guerrilla filmmaking techniques to avoid attracting attention, such as keeping their scripts on their iPhones and shooting on handheld video cameras similar to those used by park visitors. After principal photography was complete, Moore was so determined to keep the project a secret from Disney that he edited it in South Korea. Sundance similarly declined to discuss the film in detail before it was shown. It was called “the ultimate guerrilla film”. Rather than suppressing the film, Disney chose to ignore it. It has been compared to the work of Roman Polanski and David Lynch. However, many who saw it expressed strong doubts that the film would be shown to a wider audience due to the legal issues involved and the negative depiction of the parks. At the time of its premiere, Disney stated that it was “aware” of the film; since then the online supplement to Disney A to Z: The Official Encyclopedia has included an entry for the film. Escape from Tomorrow was released simultaneously to theaters and video on-demand on October 11, 2013, through PDA, a Cinetic Media company.
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Roy Abramsohn as Jim White, a repressed middle-aged father of two Elena Schuber as Emily, Jim's frustrated wife Katelynn Rodriguez as Sara, Jim and Emily's daughter Jack Dalton as Elliott, Jim and Emily's son Danielle Safady and Annet Mahendru as Sophie and Isabelle, the two French teen girls Alison Lees-Taylor as the Other Woman Lee Armstrong as the Man on Scooter Amy Lucas as the Nurse Zan Naar as the Fantasy Woman/New Wife Stass Klassen as The Scientist Trevor McCune as Valet
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