Posts Tagged ‘short films’

Film Pick // Kino #84 // ‘Spectre’

Kino is a total open-mic night, and as such is a unique screening event in London. We believe it’s important that filmmakers of all levels of experience can have an open platform to screen their work to others, without competition or censor. As such, the ‘programming’ of each event is as much a surprise to […]

Kino #77 : Short interview with a Kino screener

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: screen@kinolondon.com !  

Kino #76 – 3 stand-out short films and a stand-in longer film…

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 […]

Kino Recommends: JAWDANCE

A poem is cool A short film is also cool Together they rule. You’ve just read a Haiku (your welcome) which expresses love for poetry and short film as individual art forms but also expresses the great art they make when combined, and before anyone gets on their high(ku) horse and says haikus are not […]