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A day-dreamer rides around the world on a motorcycle, surviving only on money he makes along the way, until he finds what he wasn’t even looking for.

Sofia MENAR Film Festival, Bulgaria

Motorcycle Adventure Film Festvial, India

Lisbon Motorcycle Film Fest, Portugal

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The film was independently produced and runs about 103 minutes.

"Somewhere Else Tomorrow" is available on iTunes.

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Info: Make sure to switch on the subtitles for the few moments when interviewees speak anything other than English. According to some comments I felt like mentioning this here.

Check out what the ADVmoto March/April 2015 edition has to say about the film.

I first got wind of Daniel Rintz on the Ted Simon Foundation ( forum where he was looking for support in cutting together footage from his two-and-a-half year overlanding-by- motorcycle odyssey. The ensuing email exchange made it clear that Daniel had huge depth; and his extensive artistic abilities revealed a natural filmmaker. When he sent me a link to his trailer I was floored – it was polished, gripping, and promised to deliver a full-length powerhouse. But after seeing the professionally finished production, it instantly became one of my all-time favorite ADV motorcycling films.

Somewhere Else Tomorrow begins when Daniel finds himself as a freshly minted student, disillusioned, with a soul-consuming job. With a 14-year-old BMW and no funding, he sets out to follow the dream of circumnavigating the world, doing whatever he can to support himself along the way.

This picture covers his adventures in parts of Europe, North Africa, Asia (including Tibet), and down through Australia and New Zealand. But what makes Somewhere Else Tomorrow particularly riveting is its attention to storytelling. Daniel excels at it. And as his journey unfolds, you witness a transformation taking place. Although Daniel encounters and learns from many of the dangers along the global roads, he discovers so much more—reminding us just how beautiful the world can be when we allow ourselves to simply experience it.


These days, with GoPros everywhere, there’s a lot being captured, but seldom do we see a piece as infinitely watchable as Somewhere Else Tomorrow. If you’ll pardon the cliché, do yourself a favor and get a copy. And be sure to tell your friends.

As a solo filmmaker, Daniel has a remarkable ability to convey what he sees and feels along his journey. His film interlaces cinematography with creative uses of narration, drawing us in and taking us along for the ride.