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Fri 02 Aug


Kino London Short Film Festival: Programme 3 18

Part of Kino London Short Film Festival 2024
Various Directors, Various Countries, Various Years, 112m.

Kino Short Film presents some of the best shorts of the year for their BIFA qualifying film festival.

Black Dog [London Premiere]

directed by Ed Kirk | United Kingdom | Folk Horror

A Father and Son confront their history and navigate their grief within the crumbling walls of their moorland home.

Do As I Say

directed by Ana Pio | United Kingdom | Drama

A middle-aged piano teacher mourns her failed career as a concert pianist with a drink always in hand. Grappling with this aching disappointment and unfulfilled legacy, she is pushed to the end of her tether by the rebellious student she once perceived as her younger self.

Fluff [London Premiere]

directed by Max Clendaniel | United Kingdom | Dark Comedy

A puppeteer is pushed to the limit when her puppet starts getting bigger, but no one believes her.

I Understand

directed by Mark van Heusden | United Kingdom | Drama

Ben and Eve had a fight at a house party. They both let off steam by meeting a friend in a pub to express their frustration and share their story. As they both tell their version of events, we find out what really happened that night.


directed by Karen Bryson | United Kingdom | Drama

1977, Wood Green London. The political climate is volatile with racial hatred, skinhead subculture is prevalent. We see this reality through the eyes of Grace, age 6. Innocent, carefree and mischievous. Grace is Black


directed by Emma Gilbertson | United Kingdom | Historical Drama, LGBTQ+

A coming of age story set against the backdrop of the 1605 witch trials. Evelyn (Bella Ramsey, Game of Thrones, The Last of Us) engages in a game of cat and mouse against her father, Minister Gilbert, in order to be with Mary, the woman she loves.

Us & In Between [London Premiere]

directed by Katia Shannon | United Kingdom | Drama

Two long-lost lovers in their 80s, Agnes and Eddie, reignite their flame after a chance encounter in their care home.

Whippy [London Premiere]

directed by James Rooke | United Kingdom | Comedy

Rivalry, greed… and calippos. A messy turf war has erupted between warring ice cream firms in 1980s Glasgow after one rogue vendor is caught crossing county lines.

Trigger Warning: This programme contains racial discrimination, sexual discrimination, violence, and suicide

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