Author Archive for Jamie Kennerley


As it’s December, that means that anything that happens on a monthly basis has to have a Christmas edition, and Kino is no exception. To celebrate, we’re planning on getting all you lovely people sat in a room to watch a dozen or so random short films fresh from London’s filmmaking community. Yes, that is […]


Kino London returns for another evening of unseen, uncurated, and uncensored shorts. We’re the only film night in London that dares to let the filmmakers (and their films) speak for themselves, and we’ve be doing it for almost 6 years! The only thing that’s certain is the popcorn… and that’s free! Facebook event Shooting People […]

Film of the Week // TIFF (2013) By Stuart Elliott

  Tiff by Stuart Elliott graced the Kino screen back in September of last year and has stuck with us ever since. Both tragic and hilarious, the film follows a fictional Stuart as he destroys his relationship due to his new found obsession; the camera phone. It’s hard not to cringe a little when a […]

Film of the Week // Backroom (2013)

Backroom, by Kit Harwood, Jared Harding and James Barge (2013) Here’s a little filmmaking gem, first screened back at Kino#55, made by Kit Harwood, Jared Harding and James Barge (boys that barely look old enough to be buying their own video camera, let alone making dirty films with it). It’s one of those films that perhaps […]

The Sony Production Awards 2014 : definitely worth a shot…

Every man and his dog is running a filmmaking competition nowadays (not to mention a short film night…) so it’s wise to approach every new ‘opportunity’ with a little caution. It can be pretty hard to distinguish exploitation (and cheap advert production) from genuine support for filmmakers and reward for filmmaking talent. So it’s nice […]