Indie Memphis and the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission / MemphisED present the premiere of Daylight Fades on Tuesday, June 15th at the Malco Paradiso for two screenings with the filmmakers, cast, and crew in attendance.
A portion of proceeds benefit the 13th annual Indie Memphis Film Festival.
Daylight Fades is the latest feature film from Old School Pictures who have been making films in Memphis for over a decade. Their previous two films, Act One (2005) and Path of Fear (2002), each earned the Indie Memphis Best Narrative Feature Hometowner award.
The film, shot on RED HD during January 2009, features forty locations throughout the South Main District and Cooper Young area, plus tracks and score by Memphis musicians.
Daylight Fades is described as "a vampire film for the living."
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