Writer/Director/Producer: Sandy Garfunkel
Producer: Wendy ShearCinematographer: Corey Eisenstein
Editor: Ron Kalish
Annie has detached herself from her friends and her work, and seems desperate to find a connection with a world other than her own. She thinks there is only one path to resolution, but unexpectedly, her daily lunch routine becomes the key to making peace with the ghosts of her past.
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* Writer/Director/Producer, Sandy Garfunkel. "Perhaps Tomorrow" mark's Sandy's writing & directing debut. She has been active in production since her teens and, for the past fifteen years has run a communications company in New York City. Recently, Sandy completed principal photography on her new short, a dark comedy/fantasy piece currently titled, "JAM."
* Producer, Wendy Shear. Wendy Shear is the daughter of the late director/producer Barry Shear & actress Sondra Roe Shear. Growing up, Wendy spent most of her free time following her father & learning the business first hand. She began her TV/film career, in earnest, working as an assistant director on such shows as Dynasty, Wings, Sisters, & Clint Eastwood's iconic film, Every Which Way But Loose. She also has done 2nd unit direction on several shows & was on the stunt unit of Dukes of Hazard. Most recently, Wendy has produced numerous indie films, and just finished directing her first feature film, The Camera's Eye.* Lead Actress, Terri Garber. Terri’s acting debut was in 1982, with a big screen breakthrough in the 1984 action film Toy Soldiers. Following that, Garber landed the role of Ashton Main in North and South, a miniseries based on the John Jakes novel, also starring Patrick Swayze, David Carradine, and Jean Simmons. Garber played Ashton when the other Jakes novels (Love and War, Heaven and Hell) were brought to the screen as well. From 1987- 88, Garber played Leslie Carrington on Aaron Spelling’s hit show Dynasty. After, she had roles on television shows Santa Barbara and General Hospital, and many guest & recurring roles on such shows as Murder She Wrote, Quantum Leap, Seventh Heaven, Law and Order, E.R., and Judging Amy. Most recently, Garber played Iris Dumbrowski on As The World Turns(2005-10) and is currently seen in the films “Adam and Eve” and “Perhaps Tomorrow.”