• BASKIN
        • BASKIN

          • Country:
          • Turkey / USA
          • Group:
          • Thrills & kills
          • Duration:
          • 97'
          • Director:
          • Can Evrenol
          • Screenplay:
          • Can Evrenol, Ercin Sadikoglu, Cem Ozuduru, Ogulcan Eren Akay
          • Cast:
          • Muharrem Bayrak, Mehmet Akif Budak, Fadik Bülbül
          • Festivals:
          • 2015 Toronto, Ostin, Filadelfija, Štokholm, Sitdžes / Toronto International Film Festival, Fantastic Fest Austin, Philadelphia,
          • Cinematography:
          • Alp Korfali
          • Editing:
          • Erkan Ozekan
          • Music:
          • JF (Ulas Pakkan, Volkan Akaalp
          • Producer:
          • Muge Buyuktalas, Mike Hostench, Todd Brown
          • Production:
          • MO Film Produksiyon Ltd. Sti.
          • Print source:
          • The Salt Company
          • Awards:
          • 2015 Ostin - Nagrada za najbolju režiju (Ken Evrenol)Fantastic Fest Austin - Winner Best Director (Can Evrenol) 
        • Showing

          05. Mar | 22:30 | 350 RSD
          Cineplexx UŠĆE hall 5

          06. Mar | 12:30 | 250 RSD
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        • SYNOPSIS

          Istanbul, present day and five cops are working the graveyard shift. Remzi, the boss watches on with quiet amusement as Yavuz, the joker, entertains them all with his stories. Their banter and laughter punctuates the gloom of the night.

          But beneath the camaraderie, a maddening sense of uneasy dread builds within this band of brothers. Seyfi, the driver is suffering mind-shattering headaches that make him doubt even his sanity. Arda, the new boy, is

          haunted by a recurring dream from his childhood and fears he may never actually have woken from it. And Remzi has shouldered the darkest secret of them all. He can bear the weight of it no longer; and it will

          destroy them all this very night. When dispatch orders urgently needed back up to a house in the Inceagac district, they head there with trepidation. They’ve heard stories of this place as children. None of them are good. Lost and disorientated in a remote and desolate part of the city they lose control of their vehicle when a man covered in blood falls under the wheels. Recovering their bearings they see looming beforethem the imposing dark ruin of the house they have been seeking. Isolated and without back up they force their way in. But as they push ever further into depths of the labyrinthine lair, it becomes clear they have stumbled into the darkest pits of a terrible evil. A squalid and blood-soaked den of ritual led by The Father - the master of all their nightmares - who will plunge them ever deeper down the rabbit hole and into the very mouth of madness.

          Born and raised in Istanbul, Can Evrenol studied cinematography and art history at the University of Kent, and went to NYFA at the Universal Studios in Los Angeles. Upon graduating, he has independently written, directed and produced short horror films, which won many awards, and are officially selected to the top international genre film festivals around the world, such as Sitges, FantasticFest, Fantasia and Film4 Frightfest with more than 40 official recognitions worldwide.

          His feature debut film Baskin (2015), based on his 2013 short film of the same title, premiered at Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness section, and awarded the Best Director at Austin Fantasticfest’s New Wave Awards.



          2015 Baskin