19 November 2016

Watch: Dark Cyber Punk Short Film 'Lost Boy' by PostPanic Pictures

Watch: Dark Cyber Punk Short Film 'Lost Boy' by PostPanic Pictures


Another wicked cool cyber punk short film to watch. Lost Boy is the latest project from PostPanic Pictures, an Amsterdam-based production company (also behind the sci-fi short film Sundays). The film is a pitch for a feature sci-fi project from directors Anthony Scott Burns and Ash Thorp, and introduces us to a dark, gritty, barren world. Inspired by American action classics and Japanese samurai films, this has a true cyber punk design aesthetic, and looks damn good for a short film made on a limited budget. I really dig the world design and the costumes, though there's not much of a story here but hopefully that is something they're working on for the feature. The vehicle that shows up at the end is probably the coolest part. Check this out.

Watch: Dark Cyber Punk Short Film 'Lost Boy' by PostPanic Pictures


Thanks to Quiet Earth for the tip on this. Short description from Vimeo: "Year unknown. Population Zero. Welcome to Lost Boy." Lost Boy is co-directed by filmmakers Anthony Scott Burns and Ash Thorp, produced by PostPanic Pictures (they also made the sci-fi short film Sundays) based in Amsterdam. Lost Boy is an "ambitious sci-fi concept heavily influenced by the American action classics and Japanese samurai films." Starring Nerea Revilla and Wastecley Morales; cinematography by Arnau Valls Colomer. Featuring music by Angus MaCrae & PilotPriest, and with costume design by Patrick Razo. For more info or behind-the-scenes photos + concept art, visit the film's official website. To watch more shorts, click here. Thoughts?
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