What’s fast than the speed of light? The answer is nothing. Albert Einstein postulated that nothing could ever move faster than the speed of light in his theory of relativity, and in the hundred years since then there has been no evidence to show he is wrong. The speed of light is close to 300,000 km/s. That means light can travel to the moon in under 2 seconds.
While you cannot use a flashlight to shine on the surface of the moon, you can use a laser. Both beams of light are made out of photons, but a laser has a more focused beam of light. Because of this some lasers can travel thousands of miles.