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PostPanic is a Dutch film company founded in 1997. PostPanic now includes PostPanic (commercial film), PostPanic Pictures (long format film) and PanicProgram (emerging commercial talent). PostPanic also host and curate the bi-annual PanicRoom.
PostPanic formed back in 1997 when Mischa Rozema, Jules Tervoort and Mark Visser graduated from HKU (Hogeschool Kunst Utrecht) together. Their graduation film A Time Of Panic was received to high acclaim and launched their careers in the Netherlands. The name PostPanic is a reference to life after A Time for Panic. In 2007, Mark Visser left PostPanic to work on his own projects.
PostPanic moved to larger premises in Summer 2009 which also include extended post facilities. 
In 2012, PostPanic embarked on their most ambitious personal project to date, SUNDAYS - a feature film idea written and to be directed by PostPanic co-founder Mischa Rozema. In order to keep Mischa's vision creatively pure, PostPanic decided to start off their dream with a concept short that would be released as the debut project of their new arm, PostPanic Pictures. They successfully raised over 50K US Dollars via the SUNDAYS Kickstarter campaign.  Filming took place in Mexico City in November 2012 with US actor Brian Petsos taking on the male lead. The concept short was released on-line in March 2015 and sparked a bidding war between the US Studios, with Warner Bros finally securing the winning deal . The film is currently in pre-production with Chernin co-producing and Mischa Rozema directing.
In 2015, PostPanic Pictures announced their second film project, Lost Boy, written and to be directed by duo Ash Thorp and Anthony Scott Burns. Following the successful model of Sundays, the team filmed on location in Spain (November 2015) and are now in post-production on the Lost Boy concept short, with projected mid-November 2016 release date.
Other projects currently in development: Little Sh*t, written and directed by Richard Gorodecky. Currently in post-production, Little Sh*t is a traditional format short introducing the characters which populate Gorodecky’s unsettling yet touching ode to London’s hidden nature. Also, Mischa Rozema’s latest sci-fi project, MidAir, is set to release its breathtaking concept short in 2017. It explores the idea of a multi-verse and how this could affect the relationships we carry through life
- Red Dot Design Award (2004) - NIKE Tech Stories One
- ADCN Lamp (2004)(Art Direction) - NIKE Tech Stories One
- ADCN Lamp (2006) Art Direction - TMF Awards 2006
- AICP Next Awards - Experiential Category Award Winner (2009) - McDonald's Lost Ring
- PLAYGROUNDS FESTIVAL (2010) Best International Short Applied - MTV Rocks
- PROMAX BDA (2011) - Best On-Air Ident (Out Of House) - MTV Rocks Loop
- GOLDEN DRUM INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISING FESTIVAL (2011) - Golden Drum Award - OFFF Festival 2011 Main Titles 'Year Zero'
- GOLDEN DRUM INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISING FESTIVAL (2011) - Virtuoso Award for Cinematography - OFFF Festival 2011 Main Titles 'Year Zero'
- BYRON BAY FILM FESTIVAL 2012 (2012) - Best Experimental Film - OFFF Festival 2011 Main Titles 'Year Zero'
- ADCN Lamp (2012) (Film Direction) - OFFF Festival 2011 Main Titles 'Year Zero'
- ONE SHOW DESIGN (2012) - GOLD PENCIL - OFFF Festival 2011 Main Titles 'Year Zero'
- ONE SHOW DESIGN (2012) - BRONZE PENCIL - MINI Rocketman
- CANNES DESIGN LIONS (2012) - NATIONAL DIPLOMA - OFFF Festival 2011 Main Titles 'Year Zero'
- HOLLAND ANIMATION FILM FESTIVAL (2013) - VNAP TRADE AWARD - 'Stardust'
- VUODEN HUIPUT ADVERTISING AWARDS (2013) - GOLD & BEST FINNISH TVC OF THE YEAR - Hartwall 'Jaffa Posters'
- ANIMAGO (2015) - BEST POST-PRODUCTION - 'SUNDAYS'
- VNAP Best Visual Effects - DUTCH FILM FESTIVAL (2015) - 'SUNDAYS'
- (2016) - GOLD - AEAF Festival 2016 'SUNDAYS'
- ONE DOT ZERO 10 - Postman
- RES FEST (2006) - Postman
- Clipped/ International Short Film Festival Berlin 2006- Postman
- ONE DOT ZERO 11 - Postman Returns
- HOLLAND ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2008 - Postman Returns (Jury selection)
- OFFF FESTIVAL BARCELONA 2011 - Main Titles 'Year Zero'
- DUTCH FILM FESTIVAL 2015 - 'Sundays'
- PLAYGROUNDS FESTIVAL 2009 - Mischa Rozema, Chris Staves, guest speakers
- FUTURE FILM FESTIVAL - BOLOGNA 2010 - Mischa Rozema, guest speaker
- SINES DIGITAL - Lisbon 2010 - Mischa Rozema, guest speaker
- OFFF FESTIVAL BARCELONA 2011 - Mischa Rozema, guest speaker
- PLAYGROUNDS FESTIVAL 2011 - Mischa Rozema, guest speaker
- STRP FESTIVAL / HOWDOYOUDO? - Eindhoven 2011 - Ania Markham, guest speaker
- FITC 2012 AMSTERDAM - Mischa Rozema, guest speaker
- CUTOUT FEST 2012 / MEXICO - Mischa Rozema & Jules Tervoort, guest speakers
- FREEFORCE 2013 / MOTION GRAPHICS - Amsterdam - Jules Tervoort & Ania Markham, guest speakers
- WASABI IN MOTION 2013 - Madrid - Mischa Rozema, guest speaker
- PLAYGROUNDS FESTIVAL 2014 - AMSTERDAM - Matthijs Joor, Ania Markham, guest speakers
- OFFF 2015 - Barcelona - Mischa Rozema, Jules Tervoort, Ivor Goldberg, guest speakers
- PLAYGROUNDS FESTIVAL 2015 - AMSTERDAM - Matthijs Joor, Ania Markham, guest speakers
- FITC 2016 - Amsterdam - Mischa Rozema, guest speaker
- ADCN (Art Directors Club Netherlands) 2015 - Motion Design Jury - Mischa Rozema
- ADCN (Art Directors Club Netherlands) 2009 - Illustration Jury - Mischa Rozema
- ADCN (Art Directors Club Netherlands) 2010 - Sound Jury - Mischa Rozema
- SHOTS Awards 2011 - Interactive, Editing Juries - Mischa Rozema
- Official Website PostPanic
- PostPanic offices 
- Warners win Sundays - March 2015 
- 18 Things You can Learn From PostPanic - March 2015 
- Adobe Interview with the creative team behind Sundays - May 2015 
- Adobe Masterclass with the Sundays Team - May 2015 
- Interview with Mischa Rozema (Amsterdam Ad Blog) 2010 
- Interview with Ania Markham 2011 (Shots Magazine, London) 
- 'SUNDAYS' Kickstarter Campaign 2012 ()
- OFFF Festival Barcelona 2011 - 'YEAR ZERO' Main Title creation 
- Making of Article 'Year Zero' 2011 - 
- Article about Google AdWords film 2009 
- MINI Rocketman Film link 2010