Taliesin Govannon

Taliesin Govannon has been a student of the occult for over 25 years, studying a potpourri of topics ranging from hauntings and poltergeists to UFOs, demonology, tarot, ceremonial magick and beyond. He has followed the path of Witchcraft for the past 20 years, partaking in everything from solitary practice to Celtic Traditional Craft; as well as leading a myriad of eclectic open circles along the way. He's a dedicated humorist, author of the now-infamous original set of redneck Pagan jokes, as well as former humor-columnist for "The Witches Brew" magazine. Taliesin is the Writer/Director/Producer of "Dark of Moon", the first film made with 100% realistic Pagan/Wiccan characters. He's currently promoting that film, and working to obtain financing for his next film.

A Q&A with Writer/Director of Dark of the Moon, Taliesin Govannon

Lots of funny things happen while shooting a movie... lighting rigs that get possessed and attack the cast, locations that prove to be scarier than a horror movie, as well as ubs and bloopers galore. Join Taliesin Govannon, writer/Director of Dark of Moon, as he takes you on an entertaining journey through the ups and downs of making Dark of Moon. He will bring out-takes, deleted scenes, as well as a hilarious blooper reel to share, and take questions from the audience covering anything they'd like to ask. Perhaps he'll even bring a cast member or two to give THEIR side of the independent film-making experience!

Movie Showing - Dark of Moon

Dark of Moon is unique... a mainstream comedy featuring realistic Neo-Pagan and Earth-spiritual characters. Much has already been said about the film... especially since it features cameos by Chameleons like Ian Corrigan and Liafal (in fact, a major segment of the film was shot at their land, Tredara), as well as appearances by ADF and Starwood regulars like A.J. Gooch, Stephanie Gooch, and members of Stonecreed grove ADF. The film has garnered interest from the international Pagan community, with inquiries coming from as far away as Poland, Australia, and Israel!

Dark of Moon is a comedy about that point in your life when being an adult loses it's novelty, and you have to decide just what your adult persona is all about. It's about five friends dealing with love, life, careers, and their spirituality. A dialogue-based comedy in the tradition of Kevin Smith and Woody Allen, Dark of Moon is sure to entertain a Starwood crowd. Rated R for Language http://www.darkofmoon.com

















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