New Waves: “Burning Mo0on” by Sleepwalking

By | April 13th, 2012 | 1 Comment

It’s Friday the 13th and Borscht Corp, the team behind the Borscht Film Festival, is celebrating the demonic date by hosting a FREE midnight screening of the German horror film “The Burning Moon” at O Cinema. Directed by Olaf Ittenbach and banned in many countries after its 1997 release, “The Burning Moon” is infamous for the gruesome imagery of its two central stories, one featuring a blind date with a serial rapist/killer and the other stars a murderous holy man.

The O Cinema screening marks the film’s Miami debut and the big-screen premier of “Burning Mo0on” (embedded above), a multimedia collaboration between sleepwalking, the sideproject of Miami pop duo ANR, and art-science duo Coral Morphologic that features footage from “The Burning Moon”.

Borsht commissioned artist Johnny Ryan to do a gory, glow-in-the-dark poster for the event, and we have one of the limited-edition prints to give away to one macabre reader. To enter to win, simply shout “Burning Moon” in the comment section. We will email the winner later today.

"The Burning Moon" by Johnny Ray

To learn more about the screening, check out the Borscht Corp. press release.

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One Comment on “New Waves: “Burning Mo0on” by Sleepwalking”

  1. 1 Cuci said at 3:18 pm on April 13th, 2012:

    Luna Quemannndooo!!! Burning Mooon!!!!

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