KinoFilm Micro Wonders Programme

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KinoFilm Micro Wonders Programme
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Thu 26 March 2020
Thursday 26 March 2020
6:15 PM - 8:00 PM

We've animation and experimentation, music videos and mobile phone movies, documentary portraits and meditative memoirs, snappy sketches and satiric stingers, surrealism, silliness, and short sharp shocks, in this selection that demonstrates that brevity is often the soul of cinema.

THE GREEN MAN (Regional Premiere)

Dir: Nicolas Motte

UK, 2019, 4 min 35 sec, Cert 12A

A delivery man with a deadline wants to cross a road. He's in for a surprise.

TOO YOUNG FOR A MEMOIR (North West Premiere)

Dir: Case Jernigan

USA, 2019, 5 min, Cert 15

A man plunges into his reservoir of memory, nostalgia and regret.

H S K T (North West Premiere)

Dir: Hannah Congdon, Prod: Charlotte Vickers

UK, 2018, 1 min 25 sec, Cert 15 (FFF Rating)

The children's song 'Head Shoulders Knees and Toes' taken as a basis for de- and re-constructing the female body.

JACK THE RIPPER – THEN AND NOW (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir: Haemin Ko

UK, 2018, 2 min 23 sec, Cert 12A

Who was Jack then, and who is he now? What was abuse like then, and what is like now?

EXPEND (North West Premiere)

Dir / Wri / Prod: Bismark Fernandes

USA, 2018, 3 mins 50 sec, Cert PG

A man’s endless hunt for elusive energy sources in a decaying world.

24 (UK Premiere)

Dir / Wri: Brian Yulo Ng

USA, 2019, 2 min 40 sec, Cert 12A

Culture, memory and trauma through the lens of a person born between identities.


Dir: Fini Maza, Dir / Cast: Wanderson Dos Santos, Prod: Daniel Merendoni

USA, 2019, 4 min 57 sec, Cert 15

A visual poem exploring inner struggle.

FURNACE OF THE BIRDS (North West Premiere)

Dir: Arsen Arzumanyan

(USA, 2 min 40 sec, Cert PG

If birds had a religion, perhaps this would be their Creation Myth.

TWIN (World Premiere)

Dir / Wri / Prod: Richard Howe

UK, 2019, 3 min 31 sec, Cert 12A

A man travels to the Canary Islands to track down his twin, with savage consequences.

TUSCANY (North West Premiere)

Dir / Wri: Geoffrey Breton

UK, 2019, 2 min 27 sec, Cert 15

A couple are clearing plastic on the banks of the Thames, when she suddenly decides to take feminist action.

QUIET CARRIAGE (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir / Wri: Ben S. Hyland, Prod: Adam Gregory Smith,

UK, 2019, 5 min 28 sec, Cert 15

A man must decide whether to intervene and stop a casual commuting rule breaker, or live with a lifetime of regret.

HELLO ROBOT! (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir / Wri: Magnus Frediksson, Prod: Bortbyting AB

Sweden, 2019, 4 min, Cert PG

In a desolate world, a girl finds an abandoned robot in a cave. But luck is short since batteries are hard to come by.

PEARL (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir / Wri / Prod: Ester Sánchez

Spain, 2019, 4 min 20 sec, Cert 15 (FFF Rating)

A young woman struggles between freezing her emotional side or yielding to it.


Dir: Florian Raphael Panzer, Prod: Julia Klett

Germany, 2018, 5 min 22 sec, Cert 12A

By recycling the bits and pieces of pre production material for an abandoned film project, can we raise awareness that plastic rubbish is more resilient than you think?


Dir / Wri / Prod: Per Kasch

South Africa, 2019, 3 min 18 sec, Cert 12A

A coincidental discovery tears a broke private detective out of his daily routine and turns his life upside down.


Dir / Wri / Prod: Sara Koppel

Denmark, 2019, 2 min 42 sec, Cert PG (FFF Rating)

An animated poem about the vital need for embraces and contact with other beings.

EL REY (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir / Wri: Christopher Maudsley, Prod: Birch & Hail

UK, 2018, 3 min 59 sec, Cert 15

Two old friends argue over baby-names.

NO BODY (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir: Haemin Ko, Wri: Pedro A. Rothstein Pérez

UK, 2019, 4 min 33 sec, Cert PG (F Rating)

The immigrant experience in London, in three emotional chapters: Excitement, Frustration and Hope.

WATCH ME! (UK Premiere)

Dir: Reza Mehranfar, Wri: Mona Shahi, Gholamali Mikaeli, Prod: Maryam Sanei

Iran, 2018, 2 min 23 sec, Cert PG

A little boy lives in a world full of anxiety and fear.

IQBAL (North West Premiere)

Dir / Wri / Prod: Aneel Ahmad

UK, 2019, 6 mins 11 sec, Cert 12A

An eye witness account of the serial killer Javid Iqbal who murdered over 100 children in the early 1990s in Lahore, Pakistan.

PETTY THING (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir / Wri / Prod: Li Zexi

(China, 3 min 46 sec), Cert PG

It was a quiet summer afternoon until the kids found a replica pistol.

MAUSOLEUM (Greater Manchester Premiere)

Dir / Wri: Jamie Luke Milligan, Prod: Mikel Iriarte

UK, 2018, 5 min 36 sec, Cert 15

A woman realises that time is running out to resolve her mistakes and regain control of her life.


Dir / Wri / Prod: Björn Perborg

Sweden, 2018,4 min 41 sec, Cert PG

The truth behind unemployment.


Dir / Wri / Prod: Christine Jezior

Germany, 2018, 3 min 22 sec (FFF Rating), Cert PG

“Like shells on the beach“, John Cage has found his sounds.


Dir: Marcos Obregón, Wri: Renata Salcedo, Prod: Axel Torres

Mexico, 2018, 4 min 44 sec, Cert 12A

Walking home at night after yoga, Ana has a sudden sense that danger is coming ever closer.

A LETTER TO MYSELF AT 16 (North West Premiere)

Dir / Wri / Prod: Claire Tankersley

USA, 2019, 3 min 05 sec, Cert 12A (FFF Rating)

“I was sexually assaulted by a close friend at a party in high school. Five years later, there is so much that I wish I'd known when I woke up the next morning.”

TRT: 98 min 59 sec

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