Thriller Shorts 18MAY24

KINOFILM Festival Thriller shorts – SAT 18th MAY 2024, 5.30pm

KINOFILM 19th edition film festival at the Ducie Street Warehouse Mini Cini Thriller program, featuring a mix of horror, sci-fi and crime.


Dir/Wri/Pro: Nicholas Cole, UK, 2023, 12:37 min

Jade is getting some strange results out in the field as she tests the soil for pollution. She is shocked to find that somehow the vegetation is still growing. When Jade comes across a rock in the ground surrounded by strange flowers things get stranger still.


Wir/Dir: Andrew McVicar, Wri: John Hickman, Pro: Jack Tarling UK, 2024, 13:16 min

Something is missing from Carl’s life. He arranges a clandestine meeting with two strangers he hopes can bring answers.


Wri/Dir: Richard Fenwick, UK, 2023, 14 min

Anna, a lonely computer coder, has been nurturing an illegal romance with an AI in a computer
simulation for the past six months. When her company uncovers the affair, she’s forced into a
desperate battle to save her precious relationship.


Wir/Dir/Pro: Marcus Lee, UK, 2023, 5:30 min

A detective has to work in secret with a mysterious kidnapper to find his wife.


Wir/Dir/Pro: Rebecca Melvin Phillips, Wri: Kris Heys, 2023, 8 min

A mysterious woman flees for her life and a dark chapter of Dartmoor folklore is written.


Wri/Dir: Kieran Stringfellow, Pro: Tasha Williams, UK, 2023, 19:20 min

Val is a century old vampire, but in human terms, she can barely pass for twenty. After what
feels like an eternity spent at her family home in the northern reaches of the UK, she’s now
ready to embark on a new chapter at university. However, the long trip down south soon turns
frosty as grieving mother Vera struggles to come to terms with her little girl flying the nest.


Wir/ Dir: David Padilla, France, 2023, 15 min

Catholic boarding school, 1970. Father De Monval is supervising a film projection when a
young schoolboy sees something that will turn his life upside down.

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