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The Ferryman 



"This short film is a labor of love that we’ve nurtured in between client projects for the last 4 years. It is inspired by pulp comics, 70’s sci-fi and forged from a desire to create a visually striking and compelling silent film set entirely to music." - Nick Losq of StarBeast.

“The Ferryman” is inspired and adapted from french graphic novel “Les 6 Voyages De Lone Sloane” by Philippe Druillet, set to “Eclipse Blue” by Nosaj Thing featuring Kazu Makino.

Haunted by the life he had to leave in order to support his family, The Ferryman, a weary and embittered freighter, begins his long and conflicted journey home. Without warning, he is violently and mysteriously summoned to a dark and ancient planet. There, he is put to the ultimate test: succumb to the darkness that binds his mind, or continue to fight to honor those he loves… even if winning comes at a price.


A Starbeast Digital Production
Directed by: Nick Losq
Produced by: Lloyd D’Souza
Technical Director: Christopher Clyne

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