Tag Archive: PostPanic

PostPanic Pictures premiers ‘Sundays’

Last Saturday PostPanic Pictures premiered Sundays at Eye (film museum). Sundays is a 15-minute short with dystopian and futuristic look and feel, shot in Mexico and financed partly through Kickstarter. The short stars US actor Brian Petsos and Mexican actress Sofia Sisniega and described by PostPanic as a “philosophical science-fiction.” The Amsterdam based hybrid film company with… More.


PanicRoom’s 5th Anniversary

October sees the 5th Anniversary of the PanicRoom, one of our favourite events in town. To celebrate PostPanic have decided to host not one but two editions this month. The first one on 8 October featuring a stellar line-up: visionary director Johnny Hardstaff, XL Recordings’s Jamie-James Medina, Illustrator Matt Blease and exhibiting artist, Jon Burgerman. This… More.


The Human Truck

The world of international parcel and freight distribution is quite competitive. But it’s also pretty homogeneous; the big brands, such as UPS, DHL and TNT, will all tell you that they service your package as fast as possible. That’s maybe why TNT decided to introduce a new visual identiy and pay off: “The People Network.”… More.


New Dorp, New York

PostPanic’s Dutch director Fons Schiedon created a 3D animated video clip around a dog-like creature and a surreal American metropolis. It was made for record label Young Turks and its artist SBTRKT. The clip, dubbed “New Dorp, New York,” is the first release from SBTRKT’s new album ‘Wonder Where We Land.’ PostPanic about the film:… More.


A colourful collection

Following on from the appointment of KesselsKramer as the new European Brand Communications agency for C&A, we just found out that PostPanic is also part of the repositioning of the global brand. C&A Summer is the second in a series of retail films created by the PanicProgram (PostPanic’s special program nurturing young, emerging directional talent), in… More.


Dutch Digital Design compilation

For those of you who have missed Dutch Digital Design in Pakhuis de Zwijger (and the write-up); here‘s an overview of the evening and here you can find the video registrations of all speakers – Wouter Boon (AAB), Jeroen Barendse (Lust), Jules Tervoort & Mischa Rozema (PostPanic), Harald Dunnink (Momkai), Bram Holzapfel (DDB & Tribal) &… More.


Let’s skip the Dutch

Jules Tervoort and Mischa Rozema (Post Panic) present the making of the ambitious international feature film ‘Sundays.’ Foto credit: Merten Snijders. A gutsy blogpost by Bert Hagendoorn resulted in a dedicated Creatie magazine and first live-event at Pakhuis de Zwijger, both brand named Dutch Digital Design. With founding father Hagendoorn in the lead, this first event… More.


PostPanic releases teaser for Sundays

Back in 2012 we interviewed PostPanic‘s co-founder and director Mischa Rozema about a project the agency started on Kickstarter. The production company was raising money to realise an intelligent and “epic” sci-fi film titled Sundays. During this year’s OFFF Festival in Barcelona PostPanic released the second teaser for the short version of the film – with this ‘short’ PostPanic will… More.


PanicRoom edition 8

Back in May we wrote about the 7th edition of the bi-annual PanicRoom, curated and hosted by hybrid production company PostPanic. It was a great success – as usual. This Thursday (21st) edition 8 is already waiting for us; a night where the advertising community comes together to see some of the best international creative… More.


Connected Consequences

On november 6th TEDxAmsterdam is having its annual event (this time at the Concertgebouw) – the 5th edition already. This year’s topic is Connect Consequences (as in: ConnecTED) and PostPanic was asked to create a matching trailer. The “hybrid production company” asked HeyHeyHey, part of their roster, to do so. The arty duo not just made the film but… More.


Cheeky idents

We have seen a few too many ‘chain reactions’ in the past years, but these idents for DisneyXD by director Erwin van den IJssel (part of PostPanic’s Panic Program) are quite cute. We like them especially for the playfulness and Dutch feel – which is, for that matter, something Disney explicitly asked for. Van den IJssel… More.