Cannes 2017: Michael Prescott’s Cult Horror Novel Kane Getting Film Adaptation
Australia’s Dicentium Films and Canada’s Unstable Ground have teamed up to adapt Michael Prescott’s cult horror novel Kane into a feature film, which will go by the name Mark of Kane. The film is set to shoot later this year and will be directed by Serhat Caradee (Cedar Boys, Hunters) based on a screenplay by Serena Whitney and Justin McConnell.
Adam Mason (Hangman, Blood River, The Devil’s Chair) and George Mihalka (My Bloody Valentine, 24 Hour Rental) will be acting as consulting producers.
Kane is a force of nature. Walking out of the desert into the dying town of Tuskett, which only 23 people still call home, he has only one purpose: to kill every resident. Relentless, stealthy, and without mercy, Kane won’t stop until every last man, woman, and child is nothing but a memory. Soon the surviving townspeople must band together to fight this seemingly unstoppable evil or die trying. Brutal, action-packed, and most importantly, character-driven, Mark of Kane is a thrilling story of survival at any cost.