“The House of Tomorrow” is a feature-length movie by director Peter Livolsi, producers Tarik Karam and Danielle Renfrew Behrens, and executive producers Ellen Burstyn and Nick Offerman.
The film was shot at the 8 dome complex of Tessa Hill & Dennis Odin Johnson in North Branch, Minnesota. Their company, Natural Spaces Domes, designs, manufactures and constructs geodesic domes, operating out of their North Branch facility.
The House of Tomorrow was filmed during July 2016 in various parts of 4 domes on the North Branch property along with other sites in and around Minneapolis and St. Paul. The movie uses the domes for spectacular backdrops to the main characters in the film. The vast acreage provided space for 8 – 10 trailers used for production offices, dressing rooms, wardrobes, set furniture, props, along with space for 2 large tents for food prep and dining and the scores of cars used by the 40 to 50 person production crew, stars, and extras.
At the Lagoon Theatre in the Uptown area of Minneapolis, 1320 Lagoon Ave. Friday, May 25th Premiere at 7:20 pm.
PARKING: There is pay parking in the Lagoon lot with the entrance on Fremont Avenue, between Lagoon and 28th. There is another pay parking lot at the Mozaic ramp which is located next to the theater on Lagoon Avenue. Metered parking is available in front of the theater and free parking is available in surrounding neighborhood streets.
Landmark Ken Cinema – San Diego
The Film’s first premier was April 8th, 2017
At the San Francisco International Film Festival in the S.F. Museum of Modern Art Theatre. Showings were held at additional film festivals in New York City, Chicago, Austin, TX, Tokyo, and Napa Valley, CA during 2017.
“The House of Tomorrow”: Asa Butterfield anchors an exemplary cast (Nick Offerman, Ellen Burstyn, and Alex Wolff) in a heartwarming feature about inventive minds and quirky families and friends. “House of Tomorrow” is a compassionate and funny coming-of-age tale about a teen (Butterfield) living cloistered away with his grandma (Burstyn) in a landmark eco-home and the unanticipated bond he develops with a volatile heart transplant recipient (Wolff) who loves punk rock music. Quite simply, it’s one of the best YA novel-adapted films I’ve seen..(April 8, SFMOMA; April 9, Dolby; April 13, SFMOMA)
By RANDY MYERS, CORRESPONDENT | Mercury News, Bay Area News Group
PUBLISHED: March 30, 2017 at 7:00 am | UPDATED: March 30, 2017 at 12:39 pm
“Movie based on the novel The House of Tomorrow by Peter Bognanni. This coming of age tale pairs a homeschooled boy raised on the wisdom of Buckminster Fuller and a recent heart transplant recipient. The release date for this movie is in 2018.” – August 31, 2017, Article By Anne Parris
The House of Tomorrow stars Ellen Burstyn, Nick Offerman, Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff, and Maude Apatow.
The main living room of Tessa Hill and Dennis Johnson’s “Bear Creek Dome” where, in the opening scenes from the “House of Tomorrow” movie, we watch young star Asa Butterfield repel down the outside of the 33′ high dome, walking on the glass skylights.