Ramaa Mosley’s psychological thriller “Lost Child” selected for the LA Times annual roundup of the best overlooked films of the year.

A psychically wounded vet reluctantly bonding with a child may sound like something you’ve seen before, but you haven’t seen this slow-burning thriller directed by Ramaa Mosley. Grounded in a breakout performance by Leven Rambin, the film walks a fine line, balancing elements of psychological drama and the supernatural, with a surging undercurrent of social commentary that sneaks up on you.

Ramaa, who also co-wrote and produced the film, reflected on the incredible teamwork and commitment which fueled this passion project: “Lost Child is the epitome of independent filmmaking. To be featured in the LA Times is truly remarkable. We are proof that all you need is a small dedicated team, a story to tell, and a burning fire inside your heart.”

The film is available on YouTube, Amazon Prime, Google Play, and VUDU.

View the LA Times article HERE.

Watch more of Ramaa’s work HERE.