kino exposed official selection and programme

KINO EXPOSED is proud to present the festival’s Official Selection, taking place between Monday June 10th and Wednesday June 12th at the Three Minute Theatre.

The festival is spread across 3 evenings with 2 consecutive screening programmes starting at 6.15pm and 8.15pm, respectively.
Ticket prices per show £4 (full price) / £3 (concessions) full evening tickets for £6.50 (full price) / £5 (conc) (two consecutive shows on any one day).
The four main screenings are competitive and there will be awards in several categories including:
  • Best New UK Student Film
  • Best Overall Short Film
  • Best North West Short Film
  • Best Super Shorts Film
  • Best Script
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Documentary
  • Audience Award

Monday June 10th

Programme 1 – Shorts I

18:15 – 19:45
  • From Little Acorns, dir. Mike Lunt
  • New Day, dir. Emma Louise Galloway
  • California Eden, dir. Alex Walker
  • The Wayward Son, dir. Callum Scott – Dyson
  • Fisher of Kids, dir. Steven Keen
  • Float Downstream, dir. Brian McNulty
Programme 2 – Super Shorts
20:15 – 21:45
  • How Things Should Be, dir. Elliott Johns
  • Doris, dir. Natalie Kennedy
  • Rampire, dir. Mat Greaves
  • Tick, dir. Andrew Brittain
  • Feel Flows, dir. Paris Zarcilla
  • Swings and Roundabouts, dir. Daniel Rodriguez
  • It’s a Metaphor, dir. Helen Curran
  • Sucre, dir. Bernhard Wenger, Rupert Hoeller
  • First/Last, dir. Kingsley Hoskins
  • Light & Shadows, dir. Nikolai Baalsrud Lundh
  • Starfly, dir. Jonathan Mckee
  • With Best Regards, dir. Bernhard Wenger
  • Orbit, dir. Ewan Phillips
  • Lipstick, dir. Carla Simón

Tuesday June 11th

Programme 3 – Short Documentaries
18:15 – 19:45
  • Born Positive, dir. Carla Simón
  • Greener Pastures, dir. Dannie Ashcroft
  • Building Brute, dir. Ethan Duffy
  • St. Luke’s (Bombed Out) Church, dir. Sam Jones
  • In the Mist, dir. Christopher Wharton, Will Duggan
  • I’m Good, Thanks for Asking, dir. Adam McKinley, Chris McConville, Thomas Munns, Thomas Jenkins
  • Concrete Sleep, dir. George Haydock, Matthew Rowlands, Alex Mannion-Jones
Programme 4 – Shorts II
20:15 – 21:45
  • San Serif on Red, dir. Gareth Jones
  • Such Great Heights, dir. Sophie Heppell
  • Hope & Faith, dir. Alex Simmons, Alice Hughes, Thea Paulett
  • Drunk John, dir. Jack Turner
  • James, dir. Steven Keen
  • Walking Against the Wind, dir. Gulliver Moore
* For full programme details and film synopsis please view: KINO EXPOSED Programme, June 10th-12th
* All screening programmes on Monday and Tuesday are going to be followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.

Wednesday June 12th

18:15 – 20:00


Award winning BAFTA Shorts 2013. A feature length selection of short live action and animated films from the EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA).

Here to Fall
Dir: Kris Kelly | Ireland | UK | 2012 | 6mins
When a girl receives a call from her father she is set on a frantic journey through a chaotic world.

The Curse
Dir: Fyzal Boulifa | UK | Morocco | 2012 | 16mins
Fatine has ventured far from the village to meet her older lover. When she is caught by a small boy, all she wants to do is go home.

Dir: Johnny Barrington | UK | 2011 | 13mins
A tribe of Norse warriors traipse across a barren land after battle. Bloodied and wounded, their chief is near death. He is about to hand over power to his son when an army of a completely different kind descends upon them.

I’m Fine Thanks
Dir: Eamonn O’Neill | Ireland | UK | 2012 | 5mins
Are you okay?

The Making of Longbird
Dir: Will Anderson | UK | 2011 | 15mins
A behind-the-scenes look at an animator as he struggles with his character.

Good Night
Dir: Muriel d’Ansembourg |UK | 2012 | 28mins

Two teenage girls find themselves pushed to extremes on the streets of London when the boundaries between innocent play and dangerous seduction start to blur.

Dir: Lynne Ramsay | UK | 2012 | 16mins
The film enters the mind of an endurance swimmer on a journey through Britain’s waterways, using sound and images to penetrate his thoughts, feelings, dreams, nightmares, memories, escape.

  • Awards Ceremony and screening of Winning Films

If you can’t make any other screenings in the festival, make sure you get down on WED for the BAFTA Shorts at 6.15 following which at 8.15pm we will have our very own Winning Award Ceremony followed by screening of all the winning films in this year’s Kino Exposed Festival.

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