“If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed.”
Film making is often said to to be the art of visual story telling. That’s what we do at Tomorrows World Pictures. We tell stories. Everyone likes to hear stories, but not everyone can tell a story well. Telling a story concisely is critical. Many “storytellers” tend to digress from the main story. With film making there are a multitude of creative ways to do it as well. We strive to be creative and do things differently. We believe any story can be told, but we will only work on stories that we believe in. Some think that just making a film is the end game…make a movie…make lots of money. At TWP we seek to tell stories and express ideas that we want to see. Everyone has their own philosophy about movie and film making. Some are better than others. In the end we just want to tell great stories.
“The essence of cinema is editing. It’s the combination of what can be extraordinary images of people during emotional moments, or images in a general sense, put together in a kind of alchemy.”
–Francis Ford Coppola
Films that are exciting, challenging, provocative. bold, inquisitive and a host of other adjectives describe our films. We want to make films that don’t always end neatly wrapped in a bow, ambiguity is a bounty for the mind. Leaving the audience wanting more and thinking about the experience long after the end credits is what we are about. Creativity is what sets us apart from the crowd. Anyone can take their smart phone and shoot a “movie” and they should, but experience and believing in the craft of film making is the differentiation. All of that is just a long winded way of saying we don’t know everything, we are always learning, but we know what we like. We like great stories. Together we can make the best ones.
We are located in North Texas
Wes started in film making creating music videos for bands during the height of the Deep Ellum music scene in Dallas. He has also made music videos for Tori Amos and Modest Mouse. He is a director, cinematographer, editor and visual effects artist. The feature “Jebadiah’s Axe” that he shot, edited and created the visual effects was selected for several festivals last year. His latest production is the feature “Till Death”, a romantic-revenge/action-adventure/road-trip dramedy is currently on the festival circuit. He is a co-programmer for the Dallas Video Festival. He also a committee member for the Women in Film – Dallas, Chick Flicks Festival
We can provide a full range of expertise in any of your filmmaking needs. Cinematography, editing, visual effects, color grading, music, foley, ADR, poster and DVD design. We can do green screen production in our studio. We have a full service audio recording studio.
Robert Reed is often a contributor to Tomorrows World Pictures. Robert is the owner or Bobby Joe Productions. Bruce Campbell is not a member of the team. We have no relationship with Bruce Campbell. He is just shown here for the groovy factor.