IME the fully lit moon photographs well at sunny 16.
The moon in eclipse though will be much darker, IDK.
With negative roll film I'd start by opening up maybe 4-stops from sunny 16 to start and then bracket by opening another 2-stops each for another 3 frames from there.
DOF isn't typically an issue because we are normally way past the hyper focal distance for most any lens at any aperture, unless you are attached to a telescope. So I'd focus at infinity and set aperture wide open because the moon is in motion, time is a real issue.
ahhh there you go .. FULL moon at sunny16
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The full moon at "moony 11" has worked for me (f:11 at 1/ISO), but the eclipsed moon will be much darker of course. If you're shooting it as a series, the trick will be to keep eclipsed moon visible without overexposing the illuminated moon.
Ralph, there is a world of difference (pun intended) between the sunlit moon and when the moon is in the Earth's shadow. Everything you'd want to know and more here: http://www.mreclipse.com/LEphoto/LEphoto.html The information is quite good. The last eclipse I photographed using those exposure recommendations came out perfect.