19:30, Wed 27 Apr 2022
Kinofilm Festival is pleased to announce the relaunch of our KINO SHORTS North West filmmakers event at the Mini Cini in Ducie Street.
Audiences can expect a range of films from low to big budget shorts, from both newcomers to established local and North West filmmakers. The evening will include discussions with the filmmakers, and plenty of time for drinks and networking to take place.
Kino Shorts will be a bi-monthly event and with limited seating it’s advised to book your tickets in advance.
Trapped in a dead-end office job Nathan Tomes discovers that a bad day can always get stranger.
Confessions Of A English Ant-Eater
A surreal short animation film about Thomas, a boy who becomes addicted to eating ants – despite the warnings of his parents. Narrated in verse, the work playfully explores themes such as childhood rebellion and addiction.
Three Bullmastiffs In A Corner Kitchen
A man looks back on his younger years and reveals some of the moments that led him into his troubles with addiction in later life.
The Red Mist
A woman jolts awake in an otherworldly place with only a talking TV for company – or so she thinks…
Father Jones is called in from out-of-town to perform a funeral. However, he isn’t sure whose funeral it is. He is joined by Neil from the funeral home, and together they try to figure out who is in the coffin
Tired of her life, a girl plans to leave earth.
Sweet Street follows the life of Isabella, a sex worker in the north of England. We explore the mind and day to day life of a woman working in the “managed zone” and how working on the Sweet Street there is no real happy ending.
Rose has just moved into the area and Vincent is helping with her shopping, but they both have ulterior motives.
“Curry and a shag”; that’s what Lilly had in mind. Ted’s intentions for this date are somewhat…shittier.
Kinofilm Festival is pleased to announce the relaunch of our KINO SHORTS North West filmmakers event
Ad Hoc Records channeling the soulful soundscapes and rhythms of Manchester.
Start the big Bank holiday weekend the Ducie way!
Special Easter screenings for the family!
In celebration of Easter join us with your little ones for an Easter egg hunt with a difference!
Jewellery pop-up from Manchester based sustainable company NinetySix Jewellery.
An introduction to drying flowers and dried flower arrangements.
Ducie Street Warehouse presents its second adventure into music history with documentary “Italo Disco Legacy”.
Bread Flower have collaborated with Thorlby Yoga to host a monthly Yoga Bagel Brunch at Ducie Street Warehouse!
Take a seat in our Mini Cini and listen to upcoming album releases and classic LPs in the dark.