October 21, 2013
Happy to announce the very first Berlin screening of Kickoff, which will take place on the evening of Thursday 24 October at Katerholzig, venue of one of Berlin’s most famous (and sadly soon to be closed) techno clubs.
Having been unable to attend London Raindance, I’m glad to have the chance to present it again here to an audience of Berlin-based filmmakers and film lovers. Only 6 euros on the door for a great evening of short film and networking – more info here: http://www.raindance.org/berlin/course/filmmakers-feierabend-thursday-24-october/
Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/166019613595505/
See you there!
October 17, 2013
Kickoff has been selected for the 2013 UK Film Festival, which will take place in East London (where Kickoff was filmed). Here are the details:
Short films will screen between 3.30 and 8.45 on Thursday 14th November.
The Festival runs from 11th to 15th November at the Aubin Cinema, London. Reservation by email, pay on the door. More information here.
October 3, 2013
Kickoff will be screened at the Picadilly Vue cinema, London at 9.15pm on Saturday, October 5th as part of the Raindance 2013 film festival: http://raindancefestival.org/shorts/kick-off/
Unlike most film festivals which group all the shorts together, Raindance has allocated each short a slot before a feature film. The feature which Kickoff will be screening with is called Sleeping Dogs: http://raindancefestival.org/films/sleeping-dogs/
We’re very much looking forward to the evening, and sharing a screen with and meeting the makers of Sleeping Dogs. Tickets available online here for the double bill of both. See you there!
August 23, 2013
Delighted to announce Kickoff has made the official selection for the shorts programme of the 21st Raindance Film Festival, and will be screening in London in late September. Details to come!
July 14, 2013
Details of programme here: http://www.zerofilmfest.com/london.
The two evenings of screenings are 8-11pm, 25th and 26th July, at Netil House in Dalston:
Zero Film Fest is organised by the same people as the Brooklyn Short Film fest, so it should be a great 2 nights of short film.