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“Disgusting. Disorienting. Brilliant.”
– Eli Roth

“Plays like the opening sequence to a sequel to DUST DEVIL”
– Richard Stanley

“an astounding assault on the senses, disturbing and nauseating in the best possible way.”
– Electric Sheep Magazine

“tar-black Satanic”
– indiewire.com

Nationwide screening in Canada, at 28 Cineplex theaters:
Sinister Cinema (13 March 2014, before IN FEAR)

official selections:
Film4 Frightfest, London, 2013
Fantastic Fest, Austin, TX, 2013
SITGES International Fantastic Film Festival, Catalonia, 2013
Motel X, Lisbon, 2013
Paris International Fantastic Film Festival, 2013
Fantasturka, Istanbul (opening film) 2013
Cinestrange Festival, Dresden, 2013
Knoxville Horror Film Festival V, TN, 2013
Beyond Fest, Hollywood, LA, 2013
Horrifying Shorts, Helmond, NL, 2013
Fred S. Hana’s Night of Horror, Norway, 2013
Vivisections, International Horror Shorts, Philadelphia, PA, 2013
Imagine Film Festival, Amsterdam, 2014
FanTasia, Montreal, 2014
!f Istanbul International Independent Film Festival, 2014
Cine De Alcantarilla, Murcia, Spain, 2014
Boston Underground Film Festival, MA, 2014
Florida Film Festival, Maitland, FL, 2014
Fantaspoa – IX Festival Internacional de Cinema, Porto Alegre, 2014
Stanley Film Festival, Denver, CO, 2014
Atıf Yılmaz Kısa Film Yarışması, Mersin, 2014
Fantastic Zagreb Film Festival, 2014
Fantosfreak, Barcelona, 2014
Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, Korea, 2014
BUT, B-Movie, Underground & Trash Film Festival, Breda, NL, 2014
L’Etrange Festival, Paris, 2014
Mayhem Horror Film Festival, Nottingham, 2014
Celluloid Screams, Sheffield, 2014
Morbido Fest, Bogota, 2014
Zinema Zombie Fest, Puebla, Mexico, 2014
Rue Morgue presents, Little Terrors vol.29, Toronto, 2014
Open Air Horror in King’s Garden, Copenhagen, 2014
Freakemacine Short Film Festival, Galicia, Spain, 2014
Festival Montevideo Fantástico, Uruguay, 2014
MEME PAS PEUR Festival, Reunion Island, 2015

Awards:
The Goriest Short Film – Horrorvision, Barcelona, 2013
Best Short Film – FABISAD, Gio Awards, 2014
Best Short Film – Korkusitesi ‘Korku Ödülleri’, 2014
2nd place – !f Istanbul International Independent Film Festival, 2014
Best Short Film nominee – 43rd SİYAD Turkish Film Critics’ Awards

Berlinale – Turkish Film Catalogue 2014
Cannes – Turkish Film Catalogue 2014

Director’s work:
Can Evrenol has won The Best Short Film of The Year (Boston Underground Film Festival), The Most Disturbing Film of The Year (HP Lovecraft Film Festival, Portland), The Best Lovecraftian Short Film (A Night of Horrors, Sydney) and got official selections to Sitges, Fantasticfest and Fantasia with his previous short film ‘To My Mother and Father’.

His 30 second video for Turn Off Your Bloody Phone for Frightfest2012, titled The Pencil, “had the white knights of the Internet up in arms” (The Independent.ie). It was on Reddit, Gawker, Twitch and Huffington Post – all in under 24 hours – when Frightfest pulled it from YouTube the following day due to negative comments accusing the film to be extremely controversial.

Born and raised in Istanbul, Can Evrenol studied Art History and Film Studies in University of Kent.

Whilst being labeled as “the king of uncomfortable viewing ” by littlewhitelies.co.uk, his commercial work in Turkey includes such brands as IKEA, Calve and Vodafone

His fashion video / action short film for Mata Leon Kimonos won the Fondazione Pitti Discovery award 2013, selected by Diane Pernet and Antonio Mancinelli.

He’s been selected as a short film jury, in Turkey’s top film festivals in 2012 and 2013.

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