‘The Vampire Diaries’ Cast: Kat Graham Takes On Multiple Roles In Short Film Series, ‘Muse,’ ‘I Was Inspired To Create A Capsule Collection’ [VIDEO]

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Graham channels French film noir in her new series of short films called Muse as reported by The Hollywood Reporter Monday.

The young star holds the titles of producer, star and singer for this project that is in conjunction with Maker Studios. 

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The series includes three films that follow a photographer played by Louis Oberlander who happens to be in love with his muse, which is Graham's onscreen role.

Graham and director Darren Genet took cues from film noir, French New Wave and street photographers such as Saul Leiter and Sophie Calle, the site reported.

The first film in the series will debut on Feb. 10 and happens to be the first film produced through Graham's Panthera Pictures production company.

Muse features music written and recorded by The Vampire Diaries star. She worked with music producer Jean-Yves "Jeeve" Ducornet on the tracks, which will also be released as an EP.

The Hollywood Reporter also revealed Muse will have a printed version too, featuring photos taken by Harold Julian, poems by Graham and more. It will be released through Foundry Literary and Media.

"I was inspired to create a capsule collection that encompasses film, music, literature and art, centered on an artist's muse," Graham said in regard to Muse.

"What that abstract concept meant to me and how I could turn what inspires me into something the world could understand was profoundly compelling. I had yet to see a capsule collection presented this way, so I teamed up with my friends to create it. I've always been a fan of French films and filmmakers," she added.

"I am most often known as an actor and as a music artist. I did not want to abandon these aspects of my art, so I made Muse," Graham concluded.

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