top of page

Mañana a esta hora
(This Time Tomorrow)

Bright and beautiful, 17-year-old Adelaida (Laura Osma) lives with her parents Lena (Maruia Shelton), an event planner, and Francisco (Francisco Zaldua), a sculptor and art teacher. Together, the trio enjoy a comfortable family life in an apartment in Bogotá, populated by the usual ups and downs. It’s just life as usual.

Soon, the cracks begin to show through the veneer of this picture perfect family. Given that Francisco isn’t as involved in the domestic details at home, most of the housekeeping and parenting duties fall onto the already overworked Lena. While strong and driven, she struggles to fulfill the role of the working mother. At the peak of her teen angst and facing her own identity crisis, Adelaida is constantly at odds with her mother: one minute she is sweet, caring, studious; the next, wildly tempestuous and defiant, staying out late to spend time with friends and flirt with boys.

Until tragedy strikes …

Shaken, the family confronts their biggest struggle yet. Desperate to hold on to the ties that bind them together, they must face the uncertainty that tomorrow brings.

Press Kit


technical info

Colombia/Canada, 2016

85 minutes


Color, 1.78

with support from



Adelaida: Laura Osma
Lena: Maruia Shelton
Francisco: Francisco Zaldua
Aunt Elisa: Clara Monroy
Catalina: Catalina Cabra
Jéronimo: Francisco Restrepo
Antonio: Juan Miguel Santana
Pablo: Juan Pablo Cruz
Valeria: Valentina Gómez
Camila: Alejandra Adarve
Kala: Kala Cruz
Francisco’s client: Martha Eneried Gómez
Doctor: Carlos Lozada
Colleague at work: Liliana Posada Leaño
Classmates: Fabián Jiménez,

Francesca Castelblanco


Writer/Director: Lina Rodriguez
Producers: Brad Deane & Lina Rodriguez
Line Producer: Jose Almeiro Rodriguez
Production Manager: Diana Cadavid
Assistant Director: Paulina Arango Benitez
Director of Photography: Alejandro Coronado
1st Assistant Camera: Carlos Tarazona
2nd Assistant Camera: David Leal
Art Director & Wardrobe Designer: Iris Ocampo Maya
Sound Recordist: Juan Camilo Martínez

Boom Operator: Juan Felipe Rayo
2nd Boom Operator: Jhonan Cardona
Editors: Lina Rodriguez & Brad Deane
Sound Design: Roberta Ainstein
Dialogue editor: Julia Huberman
Sound mix: Jorge A. Gutiérrez Jiménez,

Paquidermo Post
Music: Sexy Lucy & Marker Starling
Designer: Craig Caron
Translation: Alvaro Giron
Associate Producer: Santas Producciones


Locarno International Film Festival, 2016

Bogota International Film Festival, 2016

São Paulo International Film Festival, 2016

Mostra Cinebaix, 2016

SouthWestern International Film Festival, 2016

Mar del Plata International Film Festival, 2016

Havana Film Festival, 2016

Tabakalera - International Center for Contemporary Culture, 2016

Cine Toro Film Festival, 2017

Cuenca International Film Festival, 2017

Uruguay International FIlm Festival, 2017

Göteborg Film Festival, 2017

Film at Lincoln Center - Neighboring Scenes, 2017

Catalonia Latinoamerican Film Festival, 2017

Metrograph - Theatrical run, 2017

TIFF Bell Lightbox - Theatrical run, 2017

Colombia - Theatrical Release (multiple cities), 2017

Sala Lugones, 2018

Cineteca Madrid, 2019

Cinemateca de Bogotá, 2019

Horizontes, pulsiones audiovisuales/ Mundos interiores, Cinemateca de Bogotá, 2022

Winner: Best Film

Cine Toro Film Festival, 2017

bottom of page