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Is Tomorrow Wednesday

VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED: This film portrays moments of intense physical assault and offensive action against members of the LGBTQ+ community.

A short film that records the testimony of a young runaway named Peach Fuzz. His high risk, drug fueled lifestyle comes to an end when childhood friend, Brick, invites him to stay with her and her threatening boyfriend, Daddy.

  • Fred Robinson
  • Stephanie Pifer
  • Fred Quintanilla
  • Fred Robinson
  • René Blaine
  • Bennett Williamson
  • Matthew Manley
    Key Cast
  • Kaylis Dyer
    Key Cast
  • Kim Phelps
    Key Cast
  • Mike Wargo
    Key Cast
  • Floyd Luellen
    Key Cast
  • Kevin Stockmann
    Camera Operator
  • Travis Boone
    Pretty How Town, Band Geeks, Hunter House
  • Alicia Reign Acosta
    Audio Operator
  • Felicia Keen
    Audio Operator
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  • Genres:
    LGBT, Drama
  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 15 seconds
  • Production Budget:
    150 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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Director Biography - Fred Robinson, Stephanie Pifer

FRED ROBINSON: Art, Photography, and Film, although very important pillars in his kingdom, are not as strong as the elements and principles that proceed them. The small details are what truly create an ethereal experience for the mind. Stimulation is the force that motivates Fred to watch, listen, and create content that people not only want to share, but to be involved in. His goal is to take elements from a Sociological perspective and combine them with multimedia elements to create something that satisfies a diverse palate. With photography, video, and overall creative direction, Fred Robinson strives to connect to a wider audience throughout all institutions of society.

STEPH PIFER: Born in Ohio and raised in Indiana, there's been a great deal to capture with a lens. Steph was given her first camera around the age of eleven and filmed 'foolish' things with her neighbors. That followed her into high school where she started crafting scripts and uploading more outlined content. She's come a long way from fake-stabbing her friends with sticks and making lightning from flashlights, and she's thrilled to unearth where else it can take her.

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Director Statement

The concept of survival sex is an often marginalized social issue. Many queer individuals who have experience within that narrative often go unrecognized and their stories are often ignored. Not only are they forced to deal with homelessness, but they are also introduced to a world of sexual assault and drug abuse.
With "Is Tomorrow Wednesday" we felt it important to bring necessary transparency to someone like Peach Fuzz, who lives with the normalization of abuse. For many of us who are fortunate to be ignorant of these experiences, we have to begin to shed light on those who struggle with this as a reality. What we see as an unimaginable nightmare is just another day for many individuals such as Peach Fuzz.