Short Film – Wasteland Panda

I know, I know, we don’t often promote films or ask for donations here at fernbyfilms.com, but this time, we’re gonna slide this one in and hope nobody notices. Actually, we hope everybody notices. A good friend of ours has a little brother involved in film production, and his group recently came up with an idea for a series; they went to the Flinders Ranges, shot a three minute prologue with the hope of obtaining funding to complete the series. Look, we’re just gonna embed the clip and attach a couple of links in the hope that anyone reading this might be able to chip in a few bucks. They need to raise $20,000 by March 14th. The name alone sounds awesome. Watch this, and tell me you disagree!  For more info on this project, check out the Epic Films facebook page, and their official website as well….

 Ladies and Gentlemen and Al K Hall, I give you: Wasteland Panda!

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Wastelander Panda Prologue from Epic Films on Vimeo.

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8 Thoughts to “Short Film – Wasteland Panda”

  1. Wasteland Panda actually does sound really cool…. Kung Fu Panda sure worked, why can't this? 😉

    1. It'll only work with enough funding – I hope they get enough to make this series!!! Thanks Matt!

  2. I know the producer of Wasteland Panda, Kirsty Stark. She's an amazing film maker and so are the rest of the team.

    They want to make Wasteland Panda into a TV series or at least web series and I know that they can pull it off and make it as awesome as Danger 5, if not better.

  3. i saw this on MK's Facebook page… It's amazing, not just for a shoestring short, but for any short! Man, if i had 20K for a movie with "Panda" in the title, it'd go here hands down.

    BTW, i loved the "and Al K Hall"! You rock the hard way!

    1. Just checkin' to see if you're reading, Al! LOL!! 😉

  4. If I could donate matey I would… but we are officially skint at the moment… Sorry

  5. Dan

    Sounds like a great project. I wish them the best of luck with it.

  6. Holy mackerel that looks really, really, really well done. It's a testament to how well that prologue is shot that they're able to get a clear and wide-spanning range of emotions out of a guy in a bear costume.

    Really, really well done.

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