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"I am very inspired by Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci films. Fulci is one of the reasons I decided to be a filmmaker. They are more like crazy people painting with their own blood. I love their attention to weird details and emphasis on atmosphere and music, while some others aspects of their filmmaking seems super shallow and cheap. I am not intending my films to be shallow and cheap at any level, but I'm taking huge risks and sometimes when there are aws, I try to make them in tune with the madness of the movie."
(Can Evrenol)

Can Evrenol  
Born in Istanbul in 1982, Can majored in film and art history at Kent University, UK, and attended NYFA’s programme at Los Angeles Universal Studios. His short film  “Baskin” (2013) won several awards, and when Eli Roth watched it at Sitges Film Festival, he asked Evrenol if there was a feature-length script. The long version of  “Baskin” premiered at Toronto Film Festival in 2015. “Housewife” is Can’s second feature.

Film Selection: Housewife (2017)
 — Baskin (2015)
 — Baskin (2013, short)   

Nachtsicht / Night Sight 2018

Can Evrenol

Turkey / France 2017
DCP /color
82 minutes
English / Turkish

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MO Film Produksiyon, Anka Film, Chantier Films
World Sales

AMP Films

Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2017  

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
Austrian Premiere