EN - In a world with no time to spare, human encouters become awkward, disturbing and sometimes even violent.

FR - Dans un monde sans temps libre, les rencontres humaines deviennent difficiles, dérangeantes et parfois même violentes.


Title Sometime Later
Original title Misschien later
Original language Dutch
Status Completed
Production Majority Flemish
Category Shorts
Genre Drama
Year 2010
World première / first public presentation 2010-09-24


Cast Elsie De Brauw, Chris Lomme, Dorothy Jane, Jamie Lee Verbeten, Frank Focketyn, Kris Cuppens, Els Dottermans, Bram van der Vlugt, Jochum ten Haaf, Nelly Frijda, Lauren Muller, Natali Broods, Bert Luppes, Tom Jansen, Karin Tanghe
Photography Jules Debrock, Benjamin Lauwers
Editing Katrijn Declerck
Sound Francois Goemaere
Music Jens Bouttery

Technical specs

Running time film 24' 50"
Release format RED Digital Cinema
Aspect ratio 1:1,85
Colour Colour
Available in 2D



2012: Lago Film fest (IT)

2011: Guanajuato Film festival (Mexico); Cinema Tous Ecrans, Geneva (CH); Emmentaler Filmtage (CH); Berlinaire Filmfestival, Ghent (BE); True Independent Filmfestival, Seattle (US); Vilnius Filmshorts (LT); Filmfestival Oostende (BE)

2010: Best Debut & Best Short at Dutch Film Festival, (NL); Internationaal Kortfilmfestival Leuven (BE), 2010 Go Short Nijmegen (NL)


2011:  Jury Award / Best Short - Cinema Tous Ecrans, Geneva (CH), WIF Award - Guanajuato filmfestival (MX), Winner and Signis award - Guanajuato filmfestival (MX)

2010:  VAF Wildcard - International Short Film Festival Leuven (BE)

Flemish producer joins Rotterdam Lab

Flemish producer Jules Debrock will be joining 77 young film producers for the 12th edition of Rotterdam Lab, a CineMart event for emerging producers. The event takes place during the International Film Festival Rotterdam from 28 January till 1 February.

Still from Moon Blaisse's Sometime LaterJules Debrock’s production company Pain Perdu proved their talent with their work on Moon Blaisse’s graduation film Sometime Later which won at Geneva’s Cinéma Tous Ecrans Festival last year. The film also earned the director a VAF Wildcard, an award aimed at giving recently graduated filmmaking talent a chance to embark on a first professional project.

Published on Sunday 22 January 2012

The Invader and Sometime Later win in Geneva

Both Nicolas Provost's feature debut The Invader and Moon Blaisse's graduation short Sometime Later got awarded at this year's 17th Cinéma Tous Ecrans festival (4-11 November) in Geneva. Nicolas Provost won Reflet d'Or for Best Director, while Moon Blaisse received the Reflet d'Or for Best International Short.

still from Moon Blaisse's Sometime LaterThe Invader is the story of an illegal African immigrant whose journey begins in Brussels as he searches, like many other immigrants, for a better life. Through his confrontation with a harsh society, he slowly but irreversibly starts to embody our worst fears and becomes the monster we have created. The film features talent such as Italian actress Stefania Rocca (The Talented Mr Ripley) and Issaka Sawadogo (Hotel Swooni).

Published on Monday 14 November 2011

Cinéma Tous Ecrans selects

Nicolas Provost’s feature debut The Invader has been selected for this year's Cinéma Tous Ecrans Festival (4-10 November). Also screening at the fest are two shorts from Flanders: Gilles Coulier's new Paroles and VAF Wildcard winner Moon Blaisse's short Sometime Later. The 17-year-old Swiss fest has a tradition of selecting films that break through ‘audiovisual barriers'.

Still from Gilles Coulier's short ParolesIn 2010, director Gilles Coulier was selected for Cannes’ Cinéfondation with his previous short, Iceland, which was only his third-year project at the Sint-Lukas Film Academy. His graduation project, Paroles, is now starting its international career at Cinéma Tous Ecrans. The director describes his new short cryptically as ‘Nightly encounters imply a return, a return that should make a departure easier.’

Published on Sunday 6 November 2011

Sometime Later awarded in Mexico

Moon Blaisse's Sometime Later has won two awards at Mexico’s Guanajuato International Film Festival (22-31 July). The short grabbed both the Signis Award for Best International Short Fiction and the WIF Award for Best Short Fiction by a Female Director.

Still from Moon Blaisse's Sometime LaterThe jury for the WIF Award praised the film as 'a fascinating exploration of human characters', noting that the 'film was selected for its unique direction by a woman: Moon Blaisse. We look forward to seeing her future works.' The Short Fiction jury lauded the creative language of the film and how it calls attention to 'the risks of globalisation that we are living and the urgency of recognising our responsible connections’.

Published on Tuesday 16 August 2011

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Director Moon Blaisse
Producers Jules Debrock
Writers Moon Blaisse

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