Screen Daily - YESTERDAY TOMORROW TODAY feature script comes 3rd on the Brit List 2018

Variety - Brit List 2018 is announced, featuring YESTERDAY TOMORROW TODAY

Huffington Post - “Offline Dating by Samuel Abrahams is the short film taking the digital world by storm”

Guardian - “Offline dating gives us a buzz Tinder can never match” 

Evening Standard - “a six minute short film that has struck a note with lonely Londoners”

InStyle - “Offline Dating simply reminds us that humans are sexual, social beings, capable of relating to one another in the flesh world.”

MailOnline - “BAFTA nominated Samuel Abrahams directs this brilliant short film called "OFFLINE DATING"

Irish Examiner - “left us with butterflies in our stomachs – perhaps romance is making a comeback after all.”

Metro - “Just watching Offline Dating made me want to invent a time machine so I could go back to a time when dating wasn’t like doing a round of emotional Wipe Out.”

Glamour - “really opened our eyes here at GLAMOUR about the realities of modern dating.”

Cosmopolitan - “Offline Dating is dividing opinion”

Metro - “No, we don’t want to try ‘offline dating’. The internet is fine. Now leave us the f*** alone”

Timeout - “Here's everything that's wrong with that viral 'offline' dating video”

The London Egotist - “charming, awkward, intimate, voyeuristic and liberating.”

Bustle “... it is a beautiful hot mess”

Fast Company Create - “ more than a bit cringe-inducing...”

Hackney Gazette 

Davids Reviews - “Whatever it is and how ever it was made, it's quite superbly done and it's a thoroughly compelling short film.”

Huffington Post UK Blog - “Tom is quite adorable and utterly cute and he still gets rejected by lots of girls, because of his straightforward face-to-face approach.”

Yahoo News - Signapore


BFI - "one of the most delightfully unexpected moments in recent British Cinema."



Campaign Magazine - Why we’re loving Samuel Abrahams

David Reviews - “Samuel Abrahams has scored a huge hit with his short Offline Dating.”

Directors Notes - “... a beautifully observed and shot documentary, that also raises questions of ‘staging.”

Short Of The Week - “so simple and so relevant,”

One Small Window - “ and timely in equal measure.”

Cafe Babel - “makes you wish social media had never existed.”

A Plus - “you have to admit that "swiped right" is not the grandiose love story you'd like to tell your kids.”

Buzzfeed - “Was it sweet? Or creepy? Now that everyone is talking about the Tinder “dating apocalypse”, I decided to quiz the men behind the project.”

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