|Directed by||Darko Mitrevski|
|Produced by||Darko Mitrevski
|Written by||Darko Mitrevski|
|Music by||Kiril Džajkovski|
|Edited by||Giacobbe Gamberini|
|Running time||89 minutes|
Bal-Can-Can (Macedonian: Бал-Кан-Кан, transliterated Bal-Kan-Kan) is a 2005 Macedonian-Italian joint production film about a deserter who travels throughout the Balkans as a political immigrant in search of his dead mother-in-law who is wrapped in a carpet.
|Vlado Jovanovski||Trendafil Karanfilov|
|Adolfo Margiotta||Santino Genovese|
|Zvezda Angelovska||Ruža Karanfilova|
|Branko Đurić||Šefket Ramadani|
|Miodrag Krivokapić||Veselin Kabadajić|
|Nikola Kojo||Osman Rizvanbegović|
The film was mostly praised by critics with some reviewers, such as Dennis Harvey of Variety Magazine, commenting on the film; "Writer-helmer Darko Mitrevski keeps pushing the envelope... The cynical, hallucinatory, modern Pilgrim's Progress is a trip, with memorably out-there sequences sure to build a cult rep among adventuresome cineastes."
The film was the highest-grossing film to date in the Republic of Macedonia. It was also released in Russia, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Greece, Ukraine, Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Awards and nominations
|27th Moscow International Film Festival||Special Mention of the Film Critic's Guild of Russia||Darko Mitrevski||Won|
|Golden St. George||Darko Mitrevski||Nominated|
|Motovun Film Festival||Propeller of Motovun - From A to A Award, Best Film In the South-East European Region||Darko Mitrevski||Won|
- "27th Moscow International Film Festival (2005)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-04-09.