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.
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?