The café, along with a specially designed art and sound installation, will be a space you can take a break from a standard turbulent Saturday afternoon, by watching some quality homegrown short films or just settle back with some Kismet cake and scintillating herbal teas.
A fascinating show reel of short films is being constructed, all made by up and coming local talent. We’d like to keep the titles a surprise, but they are bound to capture the imagination with themes ranging from tales of love and heartbreak on the black country canals, to a magical photocopier that makes real life copies of almost anything, as well as a story of a vampire dwarf trying to make the grade.
As well as our tasty short films, we shall also be screening the music documentary, “Made in Birmingham”. A film that takes a fond look at Birmingham’s musical heritage and how music has played its own role in fostering a new sense of collective identity in the city. Including interviews and archives from Steel Pulse, UB40, Swami, Au Pairs and Nightingales.
Plus, the spiritual visual experience, that cannot be described as anything less than a masterpiece, “Baraka”. A breathtaking, emotionally stirring view of the world through a stunning collage journeying through nature, culture, religion and human life. If you have not seen this cinematic gem, join us for a special screening.
So, people of Birmingham, and further a far, come kotch with us on Saturday.
Film screening times TBC, keep em peeled for info.