Kinofilm: Kino Noir
- Thu 23 Nov 2017
- 4:00 pm
Boxers on their last chance, femmes fatales and avenging cab drivers, petty criminals out of their depth, sinister dinner guests with a brutal agenda, and a time paradox for a down at heel photographer in this criminally good collection of shorts.
ONE MORE ROUND EUROPEAN PREMIERE
(Wri / Dir: Moses Olson, Prod / Star: Brittany Cox, USA, 2017, 12 min 15 sec)
A disgraced boxer has to face his past. Will he choose to stand up for what’s right or continue on his path of indifference?
LIV NORTH WEST PREMIERE
(Wri / Dir: Anna Rollot, Wri: Anna C Goodall, Prod: Sanya Sagar, UK, 2016, 9 min 27 sec)
On a night out clubbing, Liv encounters a stranger who triggers memories of a hidden trauma. She has a choice: to run away from her past or to finally confront it.
LI’L JOHNNY UK PREMIERE
(Wri / Dir / Prod: Viktor Kozhuharov, Prod: Tomas Posada, UK, 2017, 8 min 1 sec)
Juvenile delinquent Johnny is attempting to rob a liquor store when things go south…
(Wri / Dir: Daniel Bernhardt, Austria, 2016, 17 min 21 sec)
Sunday lunchtime and restaurant owner Renate is waiting for customers. Eventually her two regulars, Charlie and Hoppi show up. They want a word with her son Lukas.
MY OWN LIFE
(Wri / Dir: Miguel Velilla, Prod: Monica Santis, Oliver Sunley, UK, 2016, 11 min 43 sec)
Investigating the whereabouts of his missing daughter, Julia, Nick discovers that she is working as a prostitute under the wing of a violent pimp. Horrified, he puts together a plan to rescue her.
THE LAND OF EXODUS
(Wri / Dir / Prod: Skinner Myers, USA, 2016, 10 min 52 sec)
Obed, a Mexican street kid with hopes of making it to America, leads a recently kidnapped American teenager to the Mexico/United States border.
(Dir: Sander van Dijk, Wri: Sarah Offringa, Prod: Julia Notenboom, Emeline Bakker, Netherlands, 2016, 25 min)
Lonely photographer Viktor Prins is woken in the middle of the night by a phone call. A strange voice gives him a woman’s name. He meets the woman the next evening at a party – he has seen her before, but where?