Tomorrow’s Power is a feature length documentary that showcases three communities around the world and their responses to economic and environmental emergencies they are facing. In the war-torn, oil-rich Arauca province in Colombia, communities have been building a peace process from the bottom up. In Germany activists are pushing the country to fully divest from fossil-fuel extraction and complete its transition to renewable energy. In Gaza health practitioners are harnessing solar power to battle daily life-threatening energy blackouts in hospitals.
Amy MillerWriter, Director, Producer
Byron A. MartinProducer
Sylvestre GuidiDirector of Photography
Kyle StanfieldSound Recording and Design
Amy Miller is a Montreal based award-winning filmmaker whose films have been screened at more than eighty festivals around the world; she is a media maker and social justice organizer. Amy remains dedicated to developing critical documentaries for transformative social change and helping out grassroots campaigns for justice.
Byron A. Martin is an award-winning producer that develops independent film, television and documentary projects. To date he has produced almost 100 hours of television, filming projects in fifteen countries. He has produced projects for Disney, Sony, Universal, Turner and Bell Media and managed productions for some of Hollywood’s leading producers.
Boban Chaldovich is a filmmaker, video editor and graphic animator working on social, economic and climate justice documentaries and videos. His work has been shown at numerous international film festivals, community events and television stations across the Americas, Europe and Asia.
With over 25 years of documentary filming, Sylvestre has received numerous awards, including the Congressional Medal of Honor from the government of USA for his work in Antarctica.
Benoit is an award winning composer. He has written original scores for feature films, documentaries, and television series. His style range from large orchestral set up to more intimate chamber ensembles and electronic music.
Kyle has done sound recording and design for documentaries for years, and was finally able to collaborate with Amy, to tell the stories in this film.