“There's Still Tomorrow” by Paola Cortellesi on first TV on Sky


By John

The most watched film at the cinema in Italy in 2023 with over 5.3 million spectators, THERE'S STILL TOMORROW, will premiere on Sky Cinema at Easter, Sunday 31 March at 9.15pm on Sky Cinema Uno (and at 9.45pm also on Sky Cinema Due) streaming on NOW and available on demand. The film will also be available on demand in 4K on Sky.

THERE'S STILL TOMORROW is a film that has entered directly into the history of Italian cinema, an extraordinary success with audiences and critics starting from its success at the box office: grosses of over 36 million euros, 9th place in the top ten Italian box office of all times and 5th among national productions. Presented in competition at the Rome Film Festival 2023, it obtained a Special Mention for Best First Film, a Special Jury Prize and an Audience Award.

It was also awarded Film of the Year at the Nastri d'argento 2024. The film is a Wildside production, a Fremantle group company and Vision Distribution, a Sky group company, produced by Mario Gianani and Lorenzo Gangarossa. Story and screenplay are by Furio Andreotti, Giulia Calenda, Paola Cortellesi.

The protagonist, Delia, is played by Paola Cortellesi, Valerio Mastandrea is Ivano, her husband, and Romana Maggiora Vergano is Marcella, their daughter, Giorgio Colangeli is Sor Ottorino; Finally, Emanuela Fanelli plays the part of Marisa, Delia's friend while Vinicio Marchioni is Nino.