Weekend Planner — Film
Working with a $9,200 budget on a 22-day filming schedule in his hometown of Stafford Springs, Conn., 20-year-old first-time filmmaker Roger Ingraham wrote, produced and directed “Moonshine,” a formidably stylish horror flick about a young convenience store clerk whose passionless existence is altered when a vampire steps out of the shadows. Cited by Variety for its “intriguingly stark aesthetic, offbeat atmosphere and interesting musical choices,” the film became an official selection of the 2006 Sundance Festival.
On Friday the Montague Bookmill will hold a screening, with Ingraham and his lead actress, Sarah Voiland, on hand for a discussion. 8 p.m. $5 donation. montaguebookmill.com