Skin Folk tells three interconnected short stories of people who must confront the psycho-sociological monstrosities that have manifested in their lives and in their communities: jealousy, escapism and depression.

Set in an unnamed, crumbling American city and based in Caribbean folklore, this anthology horror film reveals how “the skin hides the horrors inside us all.”

Based on the award-winning book by Nalo Hopkinson.

Produced and directed by the award-winning filmmaker, M. Asli Dukan.

This project will go into production in 2019.


If you want to learn more about our project, please contact us at: skinfolkmovie (at) gmail (dot) com.