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LOST/FOUND, Season 1, Episodes 1-3

After a storm wreaks havoc over a small town in Georgia, a writer on a deadline makes an ominous discovery in the backyard of his rural vacation rental.

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  • Brian Christopher White
    Circles, The Becowing, Parked, Helium
  • Rachel Hoiles Farrell
  • Rachel Hoiles Farrell
  • Ricky Jordan II
    Key Cast
    "Marcus Tate"
    Being Purple, The Verso Verdict, Parked, Helium
  • Teance Blackburn
    Key Cast
    "Lady in Lung"
    Tell Me Your Secrets, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things, Christmas Comes Home
  • Project Type:
    Television, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Psychological Horror, Dark Comedy
  • Runtime:
    23 minutes 58 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 10, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    11,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Brian Christopher White

Brian Christopher White is the founder of Outjogging Pictures and a graduate of the Art Institute of Atlanta. He's most often drawn to stories with a supernatural/sci-fi bent. He has written and directed multiple award-winning short films including PARKED, HELIUM, CIRCLES, THE BECOWING, and DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FLY. Follow him on Twitter @BriantheWhite or @outjoggingpics. He lives in Virginia.

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Director Statement

The American South has a rich tradition of horror, but there's more to the Southern Gothic aesthetic than crumbling mansions or swamps full of ghosts and alligators. Authors like Flannery O’Connor and Toni Morrison grounded their masterpieces in the very real pains of poverty, illness, exile, and violence, and Season 1 of LOST/FOUND aspires to follow in those footsteps.

LOST/FOUND is thematically concerned with how the unexpected arrival of unfamiliar objects can throw an unsuspecting person’s life into disarray. While the series doesn’t present as hyperlocal, it does tap into the broader cultural patterns and social attitudes of the South, particularly with regard to the complex alienation and longing inherent to the region. Ultimately, the series explores the intersection of class, race, small town culture, and the very real limits of southern hospitality—all told through a lens of black comedy wrapped up in supernatural stylings.