Like the rising of the sun and the turning of the seasons, the Kino short film night returns with reassuring consistency this Tuesday.
At their usual haunt around the corner from Angel tube station, they’ll be presenting a programme of uncurated short films. That’s right. They don’t watch the films beforehand, which means you can be sure that the films you watch will not have been influenced by matters of taste, quality, decency or coherence. People submit films, if they fit the criteria they get included, then they’re screened. That’s it. That’s the chaos you submit to!
This approach of letting fate decide the programme seems to work well for the Kino – it remains one of the most fun, entertaining, provocative and inclusive film nights in London, which is pretty amazing given they’ve been going for nigh on 6 years now!
Or maybe people just like the free popcorn give out.
Full details on the Kino London site.
Still not convinced? Then read about our recent trip to Kino, and its importance in a digital world.