Horror film BLACK MOON by director Ryan Graff just completed production in Los Angeles and is ready to hit the international film festival circuit this summer. The dark and spine-chilling short tells the story of rare occasions when there are two new moons in the same month; the second is known as a black moon. The next black moon is happening this upcoming July 31st in the United States and on August 30th in Canada and the Eastern part of the World.
These irregular events cause supernatural occurrences that are hidden in plain sight. In this case, a pedestrian tunnel lures a young mother inside with the whimpering of a young girl. Once inside, she is unable to leave again, and to make matters worse, there is something else in the tunnel with her.
On her walk home, a young mother is lured into a tunnel, unaware of what has been awoken inside on the night of a black moon. BLACK MOON is a short film that is the entry point into a world of horror and supernatural anthology by filmmaker Ryan Graff. Every fable and ghost story you’ve ever heard becomes real, but only on the night of a black moon.
“Black Moon touches upon the mythology around a little known lunar event hiding in plain sight,” says director Ryan Graff. “By the time you are through you will be checking your calendar for the next black moon and beware anything out of the ordinary on that night,” he adds.
The film stars Fabienne Tournet, Jamie M Timmons, and Brett DelBuono. The short film is directed by Ryan Graff. The story is also by Graff and the screenplay by Daniel Shafer. It is produced by Julian Malagon and Daniel Shafer. The cinematography is done by Tim McCombe and the sound design by Nathan Ruyle. The music is composed by Adam Hill and editing by Michael Shaw.
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