The 13th edition of Kinofilm, Manchester International Short Film & Animation Festival takes place from 22nd to 28th February in various venues in central Manchester (70 Oxford Street, RNCM, Central Library, Anthony Burgess Foundation, Instituto Cervantes, Apotheca Bar and Gullivers).
The festival introduces the world of short film and its practitioners to new audiences and creatives since 1995, being the longest-running film festival in Manchester.
During the week-long festival Kino will showcase over 200 short films and animations from more than 50 countries world wide. The programme includes a wide choice of international shorts as well as panels focusing on films by local filmmakers. Taking the audience on a journey through film genres to meet Spanish romances between plastic and flesh, German Mockumentaries and dancing neurons from the USA, Kinofilm offers something to please every eye, so that even a novice short film viewer will be entranced. Panel discussions, networking events and a special programme for children are also to be expected.
Kino offers great value tickets from just £3, a number of free film screenings and education events at selected venues and absolutely free tickets to the unemployed (proof will be asked for). Tickets on sale now.
For more information, tickets and full festival programme visit http://kinofilm.org.uk.
Title: Kinofilm Festival
Dates: 22.02.2016 – 28.02.2016
Location: Various Venues (70 Oxford Street, RNCM, Central Library, Anthony Burgess Foundation, Instituto Cervantes, Apotheca Bar and Gullivers)