• The Babadook
        • The Babadook

          • Country:
          • Screenplay, 2014
          • Group:
          • Thrills & kills
          • Duration:
          • 93’
          • Director:
          • Dženifer Kent
          • Screenplay:
          • Dženifer Kent
          • Cast:
          • Isi Dejvis, Noa Vajzmen, Danijel Henšel, Barbara Vest Vajzman
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Radek Ladčuk
          • Editing:
          • Sajmon Ndžu
          • Sound:
          • Frenk Lipson
          • Music:
          • Džed Kurcel
          • Producer:
          • Kristina Kejton, Kristijan Molijer
          • Production:
          • Screen Australia, South Australian Film Corporation
        • Showing

          07. Mar | 22:30 | 250 RSD
          Dom Sindikata

          08. Mar | 12:30 | 250 RSD
          Dom omladine

        • SYNOPSIS

          The film tells of a single mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, who battles with her son’s night time fear of a shadowy monster. But soon, she discovers a sinister presence is lurking in the house.

          Jennifer Kent


          She graduated from NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) as an actor and has worked extensively in theatre, film and TV in Australia. In 2002, Jennifer undertook a directing attachment with Lars von Trier on Dogville, starring Nicole Kidman. She has since been writing and developing her own film projects. Jennifer’s award winning short film, Monster, was screened at over forty international festivals. She was one of the directors on Two Twisted, a series of ‘Twilight Zone’ style thrillers produced by Bryan Brown for Channel Nine Australia. Jennifer has three feature films in development including Grace (a dark, gothic love story set in Tasmania in the 1820s), which won the Prix Du Scenario for unproduced scripts at the Cinema Des Antipodes festival in France. The Babadook is Jennifer’s debut.




          2014       Babadook



          2014       Sundance, Seattle, Jerusalem, Sitges, Toronto After Dark



          2014       Austin - Best actor, Best Actress, Best Picture, Best Screenplay; Sitges - Best Actress, Special prize of the Jury; Toronto After Dark - Best director, Best actress, Scariest Film (Fans choice award)


          Deeply disturbing and unusually beautiful.