Student work featured in Kino festival Manchester

Two student films have been selected to be part of the Kino exposed section of the Manchester International Short Film Festival.  They are shortlisted for awards and will be screened at the event on 12th June.
The films are ‘St Luke’s Church’ made by Sam Jones, Laura Brudennel, Joe Bedford, Rosin Heagney and Beth Robinson as their final project on the Film Studies Introduction to Production module (a festival screening is a particularly impressive achievement for first years) and ‘I’m Good , Thanks for asking’ made by Tom Munns, Tom Jennings, Adam Mckinnley and Chris Mcconville on the MPS production module. This film can be seen on the CALM charity website – http://www.thecalmzone.net/2013/02/video-im-good-thanks-for-asking/
On the 11th June ‘Little Acorns’, made by Screen School graduates Mike Lunt and John McGimpsey and crewed by several FILM Studies /MPS students, was also screened at the festival.
Full details can be read here.
All in all a very successful impact made by the Screen School on the Kino festival this year!

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