Production wraps on psychedelic horror film The Crescent

The Crescent

Seth Smith, director of the 2012 film LOWLIFE, has wrapped production on his second feature, a psychedelic horror story titled THE CRESCENT. Filming took place at a remote beach house on Nova Scotia's South Shore.

Produced by Nancy Urich and executive produced by Jason Eisener's frequent collaborator Rob Cotterill, THE CRESCENT was written by Darcy Spidle and centers on 

a woman and her young son following an unexpected death in the family.

While the mother and toddler struggle to find spiritual healing, a mysterious force from the sea threatens to tear their souls apart.

Danika Vandersteen stars as the mother, and in the role of the toddler Smith and Urich cast their own son, Woodrow Graves.

The Canadian distribution rights for THE CRESCENT are in the hands of Raven Banner, while the producers retain international rights. We'll keep you updated as more information comes out on how the film will be making its way out in the world, in the meantime check out the very strange and intriguing first official image that has been released from the production:

The Crescent Seth Smith

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