Director Thibaut Duverneix makes a visual take on a relationship with an expiry date. The video expresses what happens at the end of this four weeks. It reveals the pain of letting someone into your life then letting them go on purpose. The sexy mini film toys with infidelity, dance,[…]
‘All We Ever Had’ traces the journey of losing someone you love to readjusting to this reality. It is a reflection on the past, acceptance and letting go – and everything in between. Director’s statement Our main motivation in filmmaking is to tell genuine, heartfelt and meaningful stories that explore[…]
A man whose son was stolen at birth is convinced that he has found his long lost child. Inspired by Spain’s stolen babies scandal, “Los Niños Robados”
A lost and self obsessed girl visits Paris amidst an enclosing realisation prompted by her discoveries in the city.
A man lost in the present drifts through his past. A film that will make you get lost in a drifting and wandering state. Swayed by a continuous movement your mind will try to grasp onto anything it can as the scenes shift around. Director Russ Lamoureux has fun challenging[…]
A new mother, suffering from postpartum depression, makes a desperate call to her friend. She has lost her baby and needs her help. Together, they embark on a disturbing search. Director’s Statement In Baby Teeth — I wanted to explore a woman in relationship with her own struggle, and the[…]
Indie drama “Loves Park” sets its beautiful imagery to soft hazy guitars and synths in a melancholic, stylistic film about lost youth, ambivalence, estrangement, and ennui. The story follows the lives of characters affected by inertia and indecision amidst a less apparent loss of confidence in the American Dream.
Set in the 70’s and inspired by the poem, Abide with Me by Henry Francis Lyte (1847), Eventide tells the story of Norman, a lonesome lighthouse keeper battling with depression, grief and doubt. As he prepares to take his own life and end his suffering, he is confronted by the[…]
A plumber has the worst day of his life in this lost film from 1987, which was recently discovered on a homemade VHS tape with some other movies on it.
Year unknown. Population Zero. Welcome to LOST BOY. After delivering a euphoric science fiction masterpiece in 2015 with Sundays – winner of our Top Short of the Year – PostPanic Pictures brilliantly followed up on their own footsteps and blessing us with another punk sci-fi marvel: Lost Boy. Directed by[…]