Tomorrow's Game

Although Daniel de la Rosa comes from a family of baseball prestige, he has never appreciated the sport. But on the day of his Uncle's ascendance into the Hall of Fame as the first Dominican player in the league, Daniel is forced to embark on a journey through time that sees him (with the help of new friends) restore his family’s legacy and rewrite baseball history.

  • Trevor Wilson
    Director
    Kappa, An Introvert
  • Jonathan Coria
    Director
  • Eduardo Nikandros Organista
    Writer
    Hera, The Artist's Time Chest
  • David Andres Gomez
    Producer
    The Violinist, Kappa
  • Eric Rafael Ibarra
    Producer
    Sugar, Silence and Everyday Violence; Kilroy; Cholo Zombies
  • Alex Regalado
    Producer
    An Introvert, The Violinist
  • Alejandro De Anda
    Key Cast
    "Daniel De La Rosa"
    Devil's Triangle
  • Miranda Meadows
    Key Cast
    "Sally McDavies"
    The Scout, The Potwins
  • Paul Rodriguez
    Key Cast
    "Jorge Robles"
    Blood Work, Rat Race, Clifford the Big Red Dog
  • Roslyn Gentle
    Key Cast
    "Charlotte Higgins"
    American Crime Story, Picnic at Hanging Rock, Wild West Chronicles
  • Michael Broderick
    Key Cast
    "Jared Berkhart"
    True Detective, Get Shorty, Power
  • Joe Finfera
    Key Cast
    "MLB Commissioner"
    General Hospital, Betrayed, Believers
  • Brian Eric Johnson
    Key Cast
    "Professional Umpire"
    Nova Vita, Cholo Zombies, Kilroy
  • Carlo Mendez
    Key Cast
    "Young Santiago De La Rosa"
    The Rich & the Ruthless, Lilith, Parks and Recreation
  • Jerry Hernandez
    Key Cast
    "Young Jorge Robles"
    Good Girls, Shameless, The Bridge
  • David Arturo Sanchez
    Key Cast
    "Santiago De La Rosa"
    North Country
  • Streets Ahead Productions
    Production Company
  • Project Type:
    Feature
  • Genres:
    Adventure, Family, Sci-Fi, Sports, Drama, Comedy
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 25 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    March 1, 2022
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Arri
  • Aspect Ratio:
    1.78
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Trevor Wilson, Jonathan Coria

As a child, Trevor Wilson saw movie theaters as a portal to another dimension. In no other place can the limitless expanse of your imagination embrace real life in such tangible harmony. This led him to pick up a camera at 8 years old - he hasn't put it down since. In that time, Trevor has become an award-winning director and cinematographer, best known for shooting music videos which have garnered over 40 Million views. Trevor has worked on television series’, hundreds of short films, and several feature films, though Tomorrow's Game is his directorial feature debut.

Jonathan Coria is a seasoned creative producer and rising director whose portfolio demonstrates a wide-range of genres with a consistent push for quality storytelling. His collective experience has brought him to work in music videos, commercials and short films for nearly a decade. Best known for producing high-concept music videos which have garnered over 50 million views.

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Director Statement

Trevor's: As a Director I want my films to touch people's emotions in places and ways that they don't usually unpack. That's why most of my work deals with issues of race or mental health. So a project like Tomorrow's Game is really a unique opportunity for me to achieve that goal in a really personal way. I'm a native Angeleno and a lifetime sports fan (particularly the Lakers and Dodgers), so for me, a film like this is a love letter to sports and the city of Los Angeles which can also carry the heavy weight of reckoning with race and coming to terms with personal loss. And to be able to wrap this up in a package akin to my favorite childhood movies is the icing on the cake. I want this film to make the audience, laugh, cry, and cheer.

Jonathan's: I grew up in a Latino household watching Spielberg adventure films over and over again; it is a genre near and dear to my childhood and development as a storyteller. I’m excited to tell a fun adventure story with the crowd-pleasing tropes, nostalgia, and aesthetic we all know and love. But, I want this story to feel unapologetically Latino, so we’re projecting a world and set of characters that represent the identity of growing up as a native Angeleno with all of the wonderful LA heritage and baseball culture at the forefront. Just like any classic adventure, I want each character to feel grounded and truthful, so we elicit a special connection for a modern era of diverse fans that treasure adventure, baseball and LA sports pride. This blend will allow us to explore a fresh take on what the adventure genre can be and I’m excited to bring it to life!