After a tragedy involving his best friend, a college freshman returns to his hometown. Remembering their past as next door neighbours, he searches for the courage to connect to his friend’s grieving parents.

“See You Tomorrow” is a touching exploration of friendship’s enduring impact and the complexities of grief. It reminds us that cherished memories live on and that the bond between friends can transcend time and distance. Through its heartfelt narrative, the film invites viewers to reflect on their own connections and the power of saying goodbye.

“…a poignant coming-of-age story that explores friendship, loss, and the power of memories.” 

This production is a partnership between Unwrap Theatre and Theatre Direct.  The film was adapted to film by writer Subha Azrin from the play she wrote in Theatre Direct’s Teen-in-Residence program.


Written by Subha Azrin

Directed by Alten Wilmot

Produced by Alten Wilmot and Madeleine Brown

Director of Photography – Will Innes

Sound Recordist – Bronwen Spolsky

1st AD – Aveleigh Keller

Sound Designer – Will Innes

Video Editor – Aveleigh Keller



Jack Penner as Young Jake

Adam Sanjak as Zayn

Callum McGann as Jake

Fatma Naguib as Zayn’s Mother

Jim Ordolis as Neighbour


This film was made possible thanks to following people:

Laura McCallum, Cameron Revington, Hilda, and Lucifer

Erin Brandenburg

The Sanjaks

Lisa-Marie DiLiberto, Kate Walker, Sehar Bhojani, Mezmin Bhojani


Acknowledgement: This film is generously supported by the Musagetes Fund at the Waterloo Region
Community Foundation, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Fixt Point Arts and Media, Toronto Arts Council, and the City of Kitchener, and the City of Waterloo.