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The Monsters' Dinner
The Monsters' Dinner - Ramin Matin
- Fiction


Turquie - 2011 - 1 h 25 mn - Réalisation : Ramin Matin - Scénario : Kamdine Khosroskhavar - Image : Deniz Eyuboglu - Décor : Elif Tascioglu - Montage : Giyotin - Musique : Baris Diri - Son : Oguz Kaynak - Interprétation : Ibrahim Selim, Pinar Tore, Tugrul Tulek, Gizem Erdem -

Contact : Giyotin Films / Cubu Film - Gurbuz Turk Sk. Sinem Apt 18/5 Kadikoy - 34710 Istanbul - Turquie - Tél : 90 53 26 46 19 07/ 90 216 450 33 15 - Fax : 90 216 450 33 10 - e-mail : emine@giyotinfilm.com - web : www.giyotinfilm.com

Corum - Salle Pasteur Lundi 24 octobre 2011, 18 h 00
Corum - Salle Pasteur Mardi 25 octobre 2011, 22 h 00

Any given evening, any given place, any given married couple. Everything seems normal at first, J and M are preparing for the evening, they will host another couple for dinner; K and D. The guests arrive, a gift is presented and the conversation begins- normal chit chat. Or so it seems. We see slowly that the world these characters inhabit is disturbingly strange: anything to do with art is forbidden, words of malice are accepted as the norm and when the neighbors are suddenly shot down by the police noone is surprised.

Ramin Matin

Ramin Matin was born in Turkey in 1977. He lived in France until he was 10 before returning to Istanbul . He later moved to Los Angeles to complete his bachelor degree in Communication Arts at the Loyola Marymount University. He then completed his master’s degree from the Istanbul Bilgi University Cinema Department. In 2005 he co-founded Giyotin Films. He has worked in numerous international and Turkish documentaries, music videos and shorts as a director and cinematographer; some of his documentaries were commissioned by Discovery Channel Europe.
He completed his first feature film "The Monsters' Dinner" in 2011 and won major awards at the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival (TR), Ankara International Film Festival (TR) and was in competition at the Montpellier Mediterrenean Film Festival (FR). His second film "The Impeccables" premiered in Busan and was awarded numerous awards internationally including Best Film, Best Director and The Turkish Directors’ Guild award at the Antalya Golden Orange festival and was also in competition in Montpellier. He is currently in pre-production for his third film “Siren’s Call” which has received the prestigious Moulin D’Ande Writing Residency Award, the DAB award for best co-production, The Antalya Forum award for best project.