CPFF spotlight: “A Dawning Darkness”

Screening this Sunday at Schurz High School.

Screening this Sunday at the Chicago Paranormal Film Festival.

While you’re out doorbusting today, pick up an extra toy and use that to get into the Chicago Paranormal Film Festival at Schurz High School on Sunday. It’s a dozen films–features, shorts, and documentaries, and tickets are just $10 at the door, but if you bring a unwrapped, unopened toy or two non-perishable food items, and you get in for free!

The festival starts at 9:30, and the last feature rolls at 5:10, so come on out for the whole dang day, or just come out for part of it, and catch independent films like “A Dawning Darkness”, written and directed by Jeffery B. Palmer.

In “A Dawning Darkness”, a widowed palm reader (Sheilah Morrison), tormented by wrathful spirits and dark dreams, must fight back to save her soul from hell:

In addition to the movies, festival attendees can also meet special guests like award-winning FX artist Joe Mistretta from 4 Finger Fx Studios, learn more about one of the area’s most haunted locations with The Path to Bachelor’s Grove exhibit, and shop the vendors’ room, where I’ll be signing QUALIA NOUSLOST IN THE WITCHING HOUR, and my novel, LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by Piers Anthony.

This all-day event at Schurz High School is just $10 or a donation of a new toy or two non-perishable food items, and after the holiday weekend you’re having, you deserve this.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.
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