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Latest revision as of 10:24, 15 February 2020

Kino is a film-making movement that advocates the production of short-films on little to no budget, using small crews, and non-competitive collaboration. There are Kino Groups around the world. Kino is divided into individual cells, or chapters, most of which have a monthly screening where member directors and guests can screen their films. Cells may also feature "Kino Kabarets", where members of the public are invited to collaborate and create films.[1]

History[edit]

The Kino movement was founded in 1999 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada[2] by Christian Laurence and friends. It has since spread worldwide (mostly in French-speaking countries and central Europe), and is now composed of over 70 physical cells, as well as many Facebook groups.

Cells in the world[edit]

Australia[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Filmonik Melbourne Melbourne
Kino Adelaide Adelaide
Kino Sydney Sydney


Austria[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Kino CunTRA Graz
Kino DRAMAWAS Innsbruck
kino5 Vienne


Belgium[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Kino (B) Brussels
Kino Liège Le Liège


Burkina Faso[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Kino Bobo Bobo Dioulasso
Kino Ouaga Ouagadougou


Canada[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Kino 132 Gaspé Peninsula
Kino 3R Trois-Rivières
Kino Alma Alma
Kino Chaleur Bathurst
Kinõ Charlevoix Baie-Saint-Paul
Kino Estrie Sherbrooke
Kino Granby Granby
Kinø Matane Matane
Kino Montreal Montreal
Kino Nord Saint-Jérôme
Kino Nord-Ouest Edmundston
Kino Ottawa Ottawa
Kino Outaouais Gatineau
Kinö Québec Quebec City
Kino RDL Rivière-du-Loup
Kino Rimouski Rimouski
Kino Rive-Sud South Shore
Kino St-Hyacinthe Saint-Hyacinthe
Kino St-Lau Cégep de Saint-Laurent
Kino Thetford Mines Thetford Mines
Kino TO Toronto
Kino640 North Shore
KINO7ILES Sept-Îles
KinOcéan Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine
KinoJ Montreal
KinoPA Acadian Peninsula


France[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Chato'Kino Château-Gontier-sur-Mayenne
Kino 77 Marne-la-Vallée
Kino Belleville Paris
Kino Caen Caen
Kino Chéri Orly
Kino Chicken Bourg-en-Bresse
Kino Dz Douarnenez
Kino Fada Marseille
Kino Gap Gap
Kino Griffe Yvignac-la-Tour
Kino K Le Défi Saint-Ouen
Kino Kab'Arras Arras
Kino LH Le Havre
Kino Lyon Lyon
Kino Montpellier Montpellier
Kino Moutarde Dijon
Kino Nantes Nantes
Kino Nice Nice
Kino Pop Paname Paris
Kino Porquerolles Porquerolles
Kino RaKéToK Dordogne
Kino Rennes Rennes
Kino Session Bordeaux
Kino-A Avignon
kinöbrest Brest
Kinoctambules Saint-Étienne
Kinogent Nogent-le-Rotrou
Kinoscope Nîmes
KinoTours'N Tours
Lillo kino Lille
Off-Courts Trouville-sur-Mer
Volkino Clermont-Ferrand


Germany[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Hamburgerkino Hamburg
Kino Mainz Mainz
KinoBerlino Berlin
KinoM Munich


Switzerland[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Kino Lausanne Lausanne
KinoGeneva Geneva
tiKINÒ Ticino


United Kingdom[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Filmonik Manchester
Kino London London
KinoCastle Edinburgh


United States of America[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Kino Louisville Louisville
MNKINO Minneapolis
Wis-Kino Madison


Misc[edit]

Cell Head quarters
Done Kino Tallinn
Kino Bamako Mali
Kino Bénin Benin
Kino eS Bratislava
Kino Euphoria Helsinki
Kino Managua Managua
Kino Maurice Mauritius
Kino Praha Prague
Kino Prizren Prizren
Kino Red Dot Singapore
Kino Réunion Saint-Denis
KinoD Dublin
KinoTogo Lomé
Kintopp Madrid
MaroKino Casablanca
Shanghai Kino Shanghai
Ti'Kino Gasy Madagascar
ViKino Reykjavík

References[edit]

  1. ^ Finnan, Sean (March 13, 2019). "A Cell of Film-makers Meets Up to Create Movies, Fast". Dublin Inquirer. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  2. ^ Rose, Alex (February 8, 2019). "Montreal short film collective Kino marks its 20th anniversary with events". Cult MTL. Retrieved 12 April 2019.

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