TWELVE DARK NOONS
Directed by Jacqueline Castel
Produced by Caleb Braaten / Sacred Bones Records 2012
Set against the backdrop of the Australian Outback, Twelve Dark Noons is a character study of a lone man, lost in an unforgiving desert terrain with nothing but a suitcase and fragments of his unraveling memory. As memories unfold and reality dissolves, the film’s scenery transforms into a psychological dreamscape haunted by a mysterious woman hidden in the dunes. Equal measure horror film, music video, and homage to the psychedelic cinema of the 1970s, Twelve Dark Noons is an experiment in existential dread.
92YTribeca, NYC (PREMIERE)
Silent Movie Theater, LA (PREMIERE)
Spectacle Theater, NYC
Roxie Theater, SF
New Filmmakers Anthology Film Archives, NYC
Incubate Festival Shorts Program, Netherlands
Melbourne Underground Film Festival, AU
Dendy Opera Quays, Sydney, AU
Echo Park Film Center, LA
TWELVE DARK NOONS DVD
Hand-silk-screened packaging with film still acetate, wax seal and over an hour of special features. Hand-numbered in an edition of 200.
Released on Sacred Bones Records 2012
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