KINOFILM presents KINO SHORTS 69 – THUR 18th August 2022, 7.30pm


Kinofilm Festival is pleased to present our next event in the current season of  NorthWest filmmakers events. KINO SHORTS Edition 69 will take place at our new host Manchester venue, the Mini-Cini, based at Ducie Street Warehouse, with state of the art projection and reclining seats, a fantastic lounge area, bar and restaurant. Address is Ducie Street Warehouse, 51  Ducie Street, Manchester. M1 2TP 

About this event

Kinofilm Festival is pleased to announce the third of our new season of KINO SHORTS NorthWest filmmakers event in Manchester. The events take place bi-monthly at a brand new host Manchester venue, the Mini Cini based at Ducie Street Warehouse, with state of the art projection and reclining seats.

There will be Q&A’s with the filmmakers interviewed by top Manchester actor and producer Christopher Faith and there will be time for networking during the mid programme break and after the event. The Venue has a bar lounge with a wide range of drinks and food available if you wish to eat before the event.

Address: Ducie Street Warehouse, 51 Ducie Street, Manchester. M1 2TP

TICKETS ARE £4.50 in advance (plus booking fee) AVAILABLE ONLY ON EVENTBRITE. Unsold tickets will be available from the venue on the night priced at £5.00.

Limited Availability so advisable to book in advance.

Programme Details.



Dirs: Giles Gough/Philip J Coleman, Wri/Prod: Giles Gough, UK, 2020, 20 mins

What if the only person you could talk to, wasn’t a person? Meet Remy, a young artist battling with depression and SAM, the digital AI programmed to repair him.



Dir/Wri/Prod: Rosie Adamson-Clark, UK, 2022, 4:19 mins

A woman has had a life time of breathing problems. It didn’t deter her of her tomboy pursuits, she now finds herself in a hospice drawing her last breath. She reminisces and draws us into her journey.



Dir/Wri/Prod: Dennis Hanse, Co-Prod: Kevin McNeill. UK, 2022, 3:40 mins

A Prostate Cancer Awareness Film by Shooting Creatives. A black man mysteriously walks through the boggy marshland of Saddleworth Moors looking lost and confused.



Dir/Prod/Wri: David Turner, Co-Prod: Alex De Luca,  UK, 2022, 15 mins

Lily is an orphan with a terrible secret, she doesn’t even know it herself, until her surrogate father shows his true colours and Lily’s terrible nature is revealed in all its glory.

Live Q&A followed by a networking break at the bar.




Dir/Prod/Wri: Helen Lyons-Curran, Ex. Prod: Vincent Conwy & Jordan M. Royce, DOP: Jo Lane, Starring Vincent Conwy and Michael Birtwistle, UK, 2019, 6.29 mins 

Forced by an overbearing brother figure, young Lewis awaits his enemy. What unfolds will determine the kind of man he is to become.



Dir / Prod / Wri: Patrick Hollis, 2021. 8:05mins. (Documentary)

Soul Camp – ”A statement of resistance against modern society.”



Dir: Emily May Frith, Prod: Esther Agbakwuru, Wri: Evan Dottridge  UK, 2022, 16 mins

Three prisoners are enrolled into an avant-garde rehabilitation scheme which will test their internal



Dir/Prod/Wri: Mason McGlynn, Co-Prod: Mary Gilsenan,  UK, 2022, 12:07 mins

Short horror drama set in Greater Manchester following a couple trapped in a cycle of poverty, struggling to make ends meet and constantly resorting to pawning off goods to ensure they make it through the week.


Live Q&A followed by networking opportunities at the bar till 11pm



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