• Virtual Screenings

    Desktop Documentaries: A Tutorial with Kevin B. Lee

    Wednesday 13th January 7pm Worldwide Free

    We are pleased to be partnering with Bertha DocHouse to present this free event.

    Wondering where to start with desktop documentaries? Get going with this free beginner's tutorial from pioneer of the genre Kevin B. Lee.

    The 6th edition of our 'Creative Responses to Covid-19' competition invites you to create a desktop doc, responding to the theme 'Back to the Future'. Once you know the basics of this emerging genre of filmmaking the possibilities will feel endless, so to help get you on the road we're thrilled to be hosting this session with leading video essayist and media artist Kevin B. Lee.

    Kevin will give a short tutorial on his 5 steps to get started, followed by a 45-minute Q&A session to answer your questions on desktop docs.

    Wintopia + Director's Q&A

    Thursday 28th January 19:00 - 21:30 GMT UK & Ireland only Free

    We are pleased to be partnering with Bertha DocHouse to present this free event.

    Join us in paying tribute to documentary maker Peter Wintonick with this moving and searching film by his daughter Mira. UK & IRELAND ONLY.

    For many years the beloved Canadian documentary maker Peter Wintonick roamed the world, searching for Utopia, planning to make a film about his quest.

    When he died in 2013 at aged 60, his mourning daughter Mira began sorting through the 300 tapes he left behind. She decides to finish her father’s film, merging it with a portrait of the man himself.

    Coup 53 + Recorded Q&A hosted by Michael Moore (Available from 8th January)

    We are delighted to bring Coup 53 back to our Virtual Screening Room.

    The story of the 1953 Anglo-American coup in Iran that overthrew the democratically elected Prime Minister Mossadegh and reinstalled the Shah. Featuring never seen before archive which had been hidden for decades.

    While making a documentary about the Anglo-American coup in Iran in 1953, Iranian director Taghi Amirani and editor Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, The Conversation, The English Patient) discover extraordinary never seen before archive material hidden for decades. The 16mm footage and documents not only allow the filmmakers to tell the story of the overthrow of the Iranian government in unprecedented detail, but also lead to explosive revelations about dark secrets buried for 67years. What begins as a history documentary about 4 days in August 1953 turns into a live investigation, taking the filmmakers into uncharted cinematic waters.

    The roots of Iran's volatile relationship with Britain and America has never been so forensically and dramatically exposed.

    Tickets: £9.99 (we receive 50% of the ticket price)

    The Best Of Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2020

    Kinokulture are pleased to be partnering with Jonny Tull and Modern Films to bring you The Best Of Sheffield Adventure Film Fesival as a virtual screening.

    Sheffield Adventure Film Festival is an annual three-day weekend event bringing together the best of outdoor and adventure filmmaking from all around the world. Each year the festival presents the pinnacle of adventure films, showing a host of incredible journeys - both physical and spiritual. This year’s programme is no exception, and whilst the world is on pause we’re privileged to be able transport you to the great outdoors, via these inspirational filmmakers and stories.

    Tickets: £9.99

    By choosing kinokulture as your cinema we recieve 50% of the ticket revenue.

    COCOON (KOKON)

    Kinokulture are pleased to be partnering with Pecadillo Pictures on the virtual release of Cocoon from 11th December.

    Synopsis

    In the heat of a shimmering Berlin summer, Nora spends her days as a third wheel to her older sister Jule and her best friend Aylin. They think and talk only of boys and how to keep thin, whilst wandering the vibrant city streets taking selfies and juvenile social media videos. Feeling the pressures to fit in, Nora goes along with her sister's frolics - drinking, smoking and playing 'smack the finger' with the boys. But with their alcoholic mother largely absent, it is Jule who bears the brunt of Nora's supervision. Nora looks up to Jule but still keeps and cares for caterpillars, an activity she and her mother once shared.

    On a gym day at school, Nora gets her period for the first time in front of the class - one embarrassing step too far for Jule. When older student Romy rushes to Nora's rescue, a friendship blossoms and Nora falls fast in love for the first time. But as the hottest summer on record comes to a close, things will never be the same for Nora - the butterfly has emerged from her cocoon.

    A true depiction of the trials and triumphs of female adolescence, Cocoon is a raw and honest coming-of-age tale that every woman can relate to.

    German with English subtitles

    Tickets: £8.00 ( This helps to support us as we get 35% of ticket revenue)

    POSSESSOR

    Kinokulture are pleased to be partnering with Signature Entertainment & Modern Films to offer POSSESSOR as a Virtual Screening.

    Synopsis

    From the visionary mind of writer director Brandon Cronenberg (Antiviral), Possessor is a game-changing sci-fi thriller about elite, corporate assassin Tasya Vos (Andrea Riseborough, Mandy).

    Using brain-implant technology, Vos takes control of other people’s bodies to execute high profile targets. As she sinks deeper into her latest assignment Vos becomes trapped inside a mind that threatens to obliterate her.

    "The first great Sci-Fi movie of the decade" - Film Threat

    Tickets: £9.99 ( support us by choosing kinokulture as your cinema and we get 50% of the revenue)

    iHUMAN + Director's Q&A

    Kinokulture are pleased to be partnering with Cosmic Cat & Modern Films to offer the timely and compelling documentary iHUMAN as a virtual screening.

    Synopsis

    iHuman is a political thriller about artificial intelligence, power and social control. With unique deep access to the booming industry this film shows how the most powerful and far-reaching technology of our time is changing our lives, our society and our future.

    Tickets: £9.99 (Support us by choosing kinokulture as your cinema and we get 50% of the revenue)

    Republic Film Distribution Presents

    Love Child

    Directed by Eva Mulvad

    Available to watch 6 Nov

    Documentary | 12A | 111 mins

    Love Child offers a heart-breaking portrait of Leila and Sahand, an Iranian couple who are forced to flee for their lives from Tehran where their secret affair and illegitimate child are both considered crimes, punishable by death. Together with their four-year old son Mani they take refuge in Turkey with dreams of a new life, seeking asylum to either Canada or the US. Intimately filmed over a five-year period, so intimately you often forget this is a documentary, we follow their brave quest to be safe together as a family.

    Tickets: £9.99 (50% of the revenue comes to us)

    YOURSCREEN

    Support Kinokulture by watching films at home with YourScreen

    Kinokulture are partnering with YourScreen to bring a fantastic programme of world cinema - most of it new to the UK and not available on other streaming platforms - into your living room.

    By choosing to get your world cinema fix via YourScreen, you will also be supporting kinokulture as we get a share of every ticket sold using our promo code KINO25

    As a thank you for supporting us, you will get 25% off each ticket purchase. Just enter KINO25 at checkout.

    The Second Season is available from January - February