Festival Programme Guide
Festival guide now published. Thanks to Manchester Film School for their support in producing this festival guide brochure and of course designer Ian Renfrew for turning this around in under two days, it’s up to the printers now to get the hard copy printed. For now here’s an online PDF version here.
Festival Info Point
During the festival we will have an information point at our main venues where filmmakers and visitors can collect their passes and buy tickets from. The location and opening hours is as follows.
The Festival information point is at the Central Library. Opening hours 10am – 6pm Monday – Wednesday. Thursday – Saturday from 10am – 3pm. Sunday at the Anthony Burgess Foundation from 11,00am. Outside these times festival passes and information can be collected from the ticket sales point at each venue.
Industry Networking Event. Latest event will be our Meet the Filmmakers session at the Instituto Cervantes on Friday 26th Feb, 3-5. Come enjoy a glass of wine or two with us. Networking event for filmmakers, producers, actors, festival organisers, event planners and other creatives involved in the industry. Admission by invite only.
Check out some of the great images from this year’s films showing at the festival in the gallery.. What a talented bunch of worldwide filmmakers we have one show this year. So pleased at the quality of the chosen films but not forgetting the ones that were not selected – there was just not room for everyone and hard choices had to be made. Sad that some many other great films didn’t make it but good luck to all the filmmakers for the future. Click here to go to the gallery..
Central Library, Event Space, St Peter’s Square, Manchester. M2 5PD
MMU, 70 Oxford Street, (Manchester School of Theatre), Manchester. M1 5NH
International Anthony Burgess Foundation, 3 Cambridge Street, Manchester. M1 5BY
Instituto Cervantes, 326-330 Deansgate, Manchester. M3 4FN
Apotheca Bar, 17 Thomas Street, Manchester. M4 1EU
Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street. Manchester. M4 1LW
Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) 124 Oxford Road, Manchester. M13 9RD
Tickets for all Kinofilm Festival screenings and events are available now on line at our Skiddle page at the BUY TICKETS tab above or simply click below to go straight to it . Hundreds of free tickets available across all venues to first come first served. All tickets available here.
| Full Price: £3.00 (all paid screenings bar Awards)Awards Ceremony: £5.00 (Full Price) £4.00 (Cons)
Unemployed FREE (on evidence of Benefits)
Admission is free to selected screenings marked FREE SCREENING or FREE EVENT
| FESTIVAL PASSESDay Pass £10.00 / £8.00
Week Pass £40.00 / £30.00