It’s been a busy few months at Pastel Wasteland. Ryan has brought out some awesome new interviews with artists from across the globe, and we couldn’t be more excited about you guys getting in touch with your work and stories. We are actively looking to review work and interview people from across the creative industries, including musicians and producers of course, but also from filmmakers, artists and more. So if you’ve made something exciting that you think needs to be seen/ heard by more people, get in touch!
The eagle-eyed amongst you will notice that the navigation and categories on the site have changed. Alongside our #Creator and Showcase categories, we have also added in a Production tab. Our Production Company arm is focused on music videos, visual stories and horror films at present. To help separate and clarify the work we are doing, we will be launching PWX Films at the end of the year. This branch will focus purely on our horror/ narrative work, leaving the blog to focus on the creative industries, showcasing work and producing Music Videos and other similar content.
Until that time though, we are testing out a few things, so really appreciate your patience whilst we work on getting to the next level. Our social channels and the blog will continue to share information about all of our projects, which leads me to the exciting part of this article—
— Pastel Wasteland Film Festival!
The festival is taking place at the No 6 Cinema in Portsmouth on the 16th November 2019. We have curated some of the best short horror films from across the globe for the festival, and will also be premiering our first horror anthology film- “I Am An Addict”. If anyone is interested in getting a ticket, we would love to see you there! It’s £10 all in for a day of horror and terror, starting from 1pm. Tickets can be bought here.
We are also still accepting short horror film submissions under 15 mins, so check out the Filmfreeway page here.
It’s an exciting time for us, and we couldn’t be more excited about the community we are building. We want to thank everyone who has been a part of our story so far, and welcome those of you who are just joining us. We are going to continue showcasing work from talented creatives across the globe, especially those who are non-mainstream/ up and coming, and we have so many more things coming very soon. If anyone has any feedback about what we are doing, whether it’s the blog, our productions or something else, we would love to hear from you, so please feel free to get in touch.