At Kino #79 we caught up with filmmaker Rob who screened his new short about a man and his imaginary wife called “No one sees her”. Briefly describe your film It’s a talking head interview with a man who is in love with his invisible wife. He may or may not be crackers. Where did […]
Screened at Kino
Big thanks to Stephen Minty for making this whirlwind journey-through-the-filmmaking-and-screening process as our new video ident. Basically: SHOOT, EDIT, SCREEN, REPEAT. Welcome to Kino! Kino’s previous ident, by Alex Widdowson Kino’s original ident, by Oliver Smyth
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 […]
Returning Kino London screener Ghettomadness (@ThaboM80) sat down with us to discuss screening at Kino #77. To screen your short film at London’s only open-mic short film night get your film under 6 minutes, get it on a DVD and get in contact with: firstname.lastname@example.org !
On Tuesday 28th July 2015 Kino London hosted it’s 76th open-mic short film screening night. The event was run in conjunction with Oxjam and hosted at their summer arts hub in Islington, rather than Kino’s normal haunt at the Electrowerkz. 12 eager film makers screened their films to a large audience with topics as diverse […]