Garçons Perdus

"Garçons Perdus" is the name of Toulouse, France-Based filmmaker Quentin Sarda's new video clip, assisted by Reda Taoussi (whom we've introduced to you before, most notably first here and then here). Their motto hasn't changed one bit: street skating, under the banner of Reda's garment company that he runs with his twin brother Amine: Lostboys88. The editing of this new piece is divided into three chapters, the pacing of which is strongly marked by flashes of strong visual identity, acted sequences and pink city stunts by Victor Cascarigny, Lucas Puig, Andy White, Seb Simon and a whole bunch of other local heads.

Quentin fills us up:

"After a few shorter webclips, the Lostboys88 guys and I felt like working on something more ambitious...

A few months later and "Garçons Perdus" [editor's note - the French for "lost boys"] was a thing: more specifically, a project featuring a considerable chunk of the Toulouse scene.
Twenty-seven skaters, three chapters making for a short film, visual trip and our beloved Toulouse street reality hybrid.
Big ups to everybody who took part in this; here's to hoping it will inspire more people to create more things.
Last federating words:
'Lost is this feeling one experiences - lost amidst a wide array of different cultures, themselves forged by endless heritages; lost in between those and perpetual judgment regarding whether they belong.
So we all chose to regroup here and create our own universe - in between worlds.'" - Quentin Sarda


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