All My Tomorrows (45)

A widowed lawyer seeks solace in the company of a beautiful hispanic prostitute whom he becomes quickly endeared to, complicating their initial business arrangement.

  • Jeffrey van Davis
  • Jeffrey van Davis
  • Jeffrey van Davis
  • Marisa Roman
    Key Cast
    "Maria Hernandez"
  • Bob Jaffe
    Key Cast
    "Ed Taylor"
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    44 minutes 59 seconds
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    22,000 USD
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    Sony FS7 digital
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  • WorldFest 51 Houston Int. Film Festival 2018
    Houston, TX
    United States
    Silver Remi - Drama (work in Progress)
Director Biography - Jeffrey van Davis

Jeffrey van Davis is an award winning filmmaker and screenwriter from Chicago who now lives in Germany. He was a lecturer at the University of Munich where he taught American cultural history with an emphasis on American cinema, and taught at Salem International College directing the Writers Workshop and Film/ Video seminar in Ueberlingen, Germany. His first screenplay he produced and directed, 14TH PLACE, won a Silver Plaque Award at the Chicago International Film Festival. His screenplay, The Hotel Room (now ALL MY TOMORROWS) was a finalist in the New York Screenplay competition 2014 and a Second Rounder at the Austin Film Festival 2016. His screenplay, HEIDEGGER IN RUINS, won a Silver Remi Award at the 48th WorldFest Houston Film Festival 2015. The short film MOMENTUM, which he produced, was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. He received special recognition from the German Film Institute for JAZZ EXPATRIATES which was broadcast on German and American Television. His documentary on Norman Mailer was broadcast on USA Network and PBS as well as his documentary about James Jones, author of From Here To Eternity. All My Tomorrows won a Silver Remi at the WorldFest 51 Houston International Film Festival 2018 (as short film work-in-progress). Then in 2019 won a Bronze Remi for Independent Film. In 2019 All My Tomorrows won Best Director Award, Best Actress Award (AOF MegaFest Int. Film Festival, Las Vegas) and Best Director award at Hollywood Dreams Film Festival.
The actress Marisa Roman (Maria) is a household name in South America. She starred in one of the most popular soaps on Spanish TV. See her featured in South American movie magazines.

In 2020 ALL MY TOMORROWS won at the following film festivals:

Los Angeles Film Awards - Best Indie Feature,
New York Actor Awards - Bronze plaque for Best Actor Duo
American Golden Picture Int. Film Festival - Best Screenwriter
World Premiere Film Awards - Best Drama Feature
American Golden Picture Int. F.F. - Best Feature Audience Award
Director Screen Awards - Platinum for Best Director
Mabig Augsburg Film Festival - Best Drama Feature

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Director Statement

I am hooked on drama, art house independent cinema. Two of my favorite films are WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLF by Mike Nichols and FALL OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE by Denys Arcand.
I have written nine screenplays, two of which have been produced, two have been optioned and three have won awards. I am fortunate to live in Germany where I have access to film funding. I have recently completed a science fiction script and a love story in war torn Namibia, which were funded by German film promotion board. At present I'm writing a dark crime thriller.