Why do we still love retro sci-fi movies? The refreshing lack of CGI? The inventiveness that comes from working with less? The break-neck plot twists? The unapologetic rejection of pretension? Or is it strictly the zombies, mutants or blood thirsty creatures descending from above or crawling from bellow? Is this what draws us back to these lesser-known slices of ‘50’s and ‘60’s cinema?"
SXSW finalist and multi award-winning Interactive music video “Forget Me Not” is a tribute to forgotten sci-fi and horror movies from the 1950s. It is a nostalgic and tongue-in-cheek project that reintroduces the hidden gems of pop culture to the younger generation. Made this project in collaboration with Smolik and an actress Emmanuelle Seigner.