UPDATE Friday 17th October – FESTIVAL PASSES AND TICKETS ON SALE NOW HERE.
Ticket and passes for the festival are available on our Event Brite page now. Individual screening event tickets are available or day passes or a week pass. To see details of all the programmes please go to our Eventbrite page where you can also buy all tickets and passes.
TICKET PRICES and ALL ACCESS PASSES
Individual Screening Tickets will be £4.00 in advance (plus booking fee) or £5 on the door. Please note we do not have card facilities at the venue so make sure you have cash.
Value Festival Day Pass from £7.50 to £12 (plus booking fee) access to all screening on the day you purchase the ticket for.
Super Value Early Bird Festival Pass is only £30 for the week (access all screenings) available up to 15th Oct. Full Festival Pass from the 15th is £40.
***STOP PRESS: Full Festival Pass now reduced to £30***
Festival Passes. If you’re a filmmaker with a film in the festival you will be eligible for Festival Passes, registration is available now here. Please note only two festival passes per film, priority goes to Director / Producer / Writer and applications must come from the director or producer or contact us first if you are representing the film as the director / producer is not available. To register for your accreditation click on the link here or please contact us at info@Kinofilm.org.uk
As you may know our 2020 festival was postponed in March last year due to Covid and was subsequently was postponed on two more occasions due to further lockdowns. We made a decision to produce split the 2020 Festival in two, presenting an online in May this year which was the International section and the British New Wave selection we planned to produce as a LIVE event in the Autumn. Part One of the festival took place in the Spring (10th – 16th May) over on Bingewave showcasing all the international films.
Part Two – the British section has been reimagined as a special 17th Edition British Shorts Festival to take place 19th – 26th October, screening in-person at the Instituto Cervantes and the Chapeltown Picture House showing the very best of local, North West and UK wide filmmaking talent from our 2020 selection.
There will also be a couple of European programmes, Spanish and Italian Shorts plus a the odd international film in a few programmes where our programming team wanted to show the programme as originally intended last year. Finally a chance to catch up on what you missed in the May online edition with our International Award Winners programme.
Please see the list below for the programmes that are appearing in our May premiere online edition. For participating filmmakers, if one of your films in one of these programmes then you should have heard from us by now, if not then please contact us to confirm the programme that your film will be screening in.
OCTOBER 17th EDITION (19th – 26th October)
Themes and Categories Programmes
- British New Wave Programme 1
- British New Wave Programme 2
- British New Wave Programme 3
- Made Up North
- Greater Manchester Programme 1
- Greater Manchester Programme 2
- UK Student Shorts
- UK Women in Film
- Kino Alumni Shorts
- Newcomers (First Films)
- Micro Shorts
- LGBTQ Shorts
- Spanish Shorts
- Italian Shorts
- Kino Tales Mix
- Stars In Shorts
- Kino International Awards Programme
- Kino British Shorts Awards Programme and Ceremony
- The Pebble and the Boy (feature)
Ways you you can help us.
Volunteers. Do you have useful skills or film festival experience, or just eager to get involved in the Festival? If so we need your help now. So if you fancy volunteering on this year’s festival or are even available now, please read our volunteers section, complete the form and we’ll be in touch. We are recruiting volunteers now, your chance to get involved now, gain new friends and valuable experience whilst watching lots of films for free.
More announcements soon. Please check back regularly.