Manchester Kinofilm

International Short Film Festival - Kino evolved from the Kino cult film club set up in 1993 as a touring cult film festival taking place over 6 months of the year. Over the first three years Kino showed cult and classic films at over 30 non-traditional cinematic venues such as: galleriaes, clubs, bars, function rooms, community centres, church halls, out door screenings and even in the rusting hold of an ex-Norwegian fishing trawler - to become known as the world famous touring theatre ship from Salford, "Walk the Plank".

In October 1995, Kinofilm the Manchester International Short Film Festival was born following a series of successful one-of events showcasing new short films. The festival has grown from strength to strength ever since and now has a high reputation, regionally, nationally and on the international festival circuit.

Official website

Country
United Kingdom

Date
April

Hungarian winners:

2010
Special Mention

Hungarian films:

2010
(in competition)
2010
(in competition)
2010
(in competition)
2010
(in competition)
2010
(in competition)
2010
(in competition)
2005
LAG
2003
(in competition)