Waiting for Yesterday

a film by Patrick Junghans

A depressed man struggles to move on and escape haunting memories of his wife, who was killed several years ago in a tragic accident.

« Waiting for Yesterday tries to convey another perspective in an industry saturated by feel-good cartoons. I think it’s time to consider 3D animation as a new way of representing our world and humanity, and acknowledge its capacity to deal with seemingly dark subjects that matter to us all. 3D animation brings literally a new dimension to the Drama genre. » Patrick Junghans

Patrick Junghans
Patrick Junghans was born in 1981 in Weimar, Germany. He studied Arts in the Bauhaus University of Weimar, end photography and animation at Saint-Luc school in Brussels. Self-taught in the field of 3D animation, he has directed 5 short films before « Waiting for Yesterday ». He now lives in New-Zealand.

Created in 2002 by Anthony Rey, Hélicotronc is an independent company that produces short and full-length fiction and documentary films. In conjunction with a group of creative directors, it develops authors’ projects on a wide variety of topics. It also takes part in the coproduction and executive production of foreign feature films and TV films shot in Belgium. To this day, Anthony has produced more than 20 short films.