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NOON

THE FILM

NOON is a fictional story that follows two Christian brothers seeking refuge from religious persecution. Set during the time of "The Beast" as mentioned in the Book of Revelations of the Holy Bible. In desperation the brothers have fled their homes, and are roaming the wilderness awaiting a sign for salvation all in while dodging oppressors hunting to kill Christians whom were given the title of "NOONS." 

Throughout the entirety of the film, the viewers have a first hand look on how the two brothers are anchored in Christ while in the middle of an era of hate and persecution.

GET THE FACTS

During the 2014 Christian genocide the Arabic letter 'N' was used to distinguish residents by their religious beliefs. Homes and  businesses were marked with the 14th letter of the Arabic alphabet and the equivalent to the Roman letter N. The ن stands for Nasara or Nazarenes, a pejorative Arabic word for Christians.

MARTYR : mar·tyr

/märdər/

noun - 

a person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs.

"saints, martyrs, and witnesses to the faith"

 
 
DIRECTORS

Paul Beniamin & Jessica Cardoza

PRODUCER

Fr. Michael Sorial

Alphonse Boulos

EDITOR

Sekou Diarra

POST HOUSE

BMJ Studios

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Paul Beniamin

CINEMATOGRAPHER

Victor O'Frank

MUSIC

A-King & Arie Dixion

SOUND

The Sound Lounge

 
 

THE CAST

PAUL BENIAMIN

John

ALPHONSE BOULOS

Peter

JOHNNY GREENLAW

Gregory

'Noon' is the story of a religious barrier, the outcome of what happens in a world torn to torment. The struggle of perseverance, a battle for survival, versus our fellow man, versus nature, versus ourselves. To allow faith to guide the coarse of action and the circumstance it may bring. It is a way for us as human beings to share the human emotion and shed light to a topic, through a lens, and through the collaboration of artists coming together to bring a vision to life. It was a pleasure to share this experience with these individuals and spread the message of grace and strength through John and Peter's deliverance."

-Jessica Cardoza

(Co-Director)