Sunday, 22 April 2012


We have enjoyed one full day at home resting but now we are back to business!

We have spent the last six weeks having the most incredible journey and our final product is going to be an amazing documentary (even if we do say so ourselves) but now we come to the question of what next? We are not ones to sit and chill. We are always looking at what is next, how we can develop and what other challenges can we face?

We are currently sitting in Ben's house in Newton Mearns (after having enjoyed a very lovely and healthy, non-McDonalds lunch) and we are setting the plans in motion for the next stage of this journey. It is actually a lot harder than you may think! Now that we're back, the world is our oyster. We can pretty much go anywhere and do (almost) anything. That is the problem though. It's like when you are faced with a huge DVD collection to choose from, how can you whittle your choices down to that one all important DVD to watch? 

Which DVD?
We are in the process of really defining what exactly we want 'From Yesterday, For Tomorrow' to be, we have some really interesting ideas, but we wont reveal them until they are more concrete. Let us tell you what we do know though. We want people to learn from the horrors of the past to create a better today, we want to be a force for good in the world, we want to encourage people to question their actions and understand the responsibility they have for the choices they make and we want to see people make a change to the ways in which they treat people, all people. These are very lofty ambitions, but you've got to aim high, right? 

Although we are going to be forced into getting part time work (sob), this project is (for the time being) going to be our full time job. We are going to put our hearts and souls into this project (it deserves no less) and we are going to try our hardest to get it off the ground. We think that we have an amazing thing here and we hope that you would agree with us. We are looking for as much help (both in terms of finances and advice) as we can get, so if you have any ideas or thoughts, or would like to hear more about our future plans, then please don't heistate to be in touch:


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