9th - 13th April 2014

You are invited into the repurposed warehouses of Manor House for the very first inHOUSE Film Festival. Five days of Film, Music, Fashion and Art, celebrating the diverse artistic talent of the thriving local community and beyond.

Come on in...

About Us

inHOUSE Film Festival celebrates the creativity and diversity of Haringey and its residents through visual arts across multi-media platforms.

Our mission is to boost the profile of Haringey, through collaboration with the permanent residents, the influx of young professionals of the last decade and using our connections to encourage interaction with the wider arts and media world. Looking at urban and social transformation we showcase some of the best and most innovative short films, music and fashion videos.

Set in the ex-industrial area of Haringey, the most diverse borough of the city, inHOUSE Film Festival explores a new vision of co-existing between the thriving local artistic community and the long term residents, trying to understand the changes that are affecting our society, our community using arts as the main form of inspiration.

The theme of Transformation will be explored in different styles and mediums, through screenings, workshops and live performances. Set within a group of re-appropriated industrial warehouses initially created for industry now housing a range of young talented professionals, this expansive community is a hub for creativity and culture.

Manor House Warehouse District

From Wednesday to Sunday inHOUSE will inhabit the old Fedex warehouse, reborn as it is from the ashes of industry as the eXfed.

And from Friday to Sunday we are taking over the neighbouring New River Studios too. London's hottest new studio spaces are in the works, get 'em while they're hot!

eXfed & New River Studios, 199 Eade Road, N4 1DN

Get Involved

Welcome to inHOUSE Film Festival, a collective vision, designed to bring people together through the medium of film. If you are an aspiring filmmaker, an established professional or just curious and wish to learn more about the industry, this festival is the place to share your work, your vision, your interests and most importantly, yourselves.

If you want to get involved with any aspect of the festival please get in touch and we will endeavour to reply within 24 hours.

Submissions for inHOUSE Film Festival 2014 are now closed!

Thanks to everyone who submitted, you've kept us all very busy watching them all. And its been an absolute pleasure, the quality is high and we can't wait to see the chosen films up on the big screen.

All entrants will be notified asap either way and invited along to the launch night whether your film has been selected or not.

See you on the 9th!

If you want to contribute your time and skills, or just show off some of your past work, be it costumes or commercials, films or fashion, just drop us a line and let us know.

Let us know your name, email, area of interest and what it is you do.

Email Alay at alay.paun@gmail.com

Email Angelica at angelica.riccardi@gmail.com

This is our first year and we are currently running on a micro-budget. If you would like to sponsor us in any way shape or form please get in touch and we will be eternally grateful and ensure that you receive the thanks and recognition you deserve.

Or if you're simply a kind-hearted soul who wants to make a donation to the cause, then just hit the Paypal button below and earn some good karma.

Call Alay on 07977 578 555

Programme

A welcome to the festival, a taster of things to come...

A selection of the best shorts, live music, and some very special live performances.

Programme

  • 18:00 - Doors open
  • 18:00-18:45 - DJ Chig
  • 18:45-19:05 - Keith and Lorenzo
  • 19:05-19:30 - Best of the fest - a taster of the festival to come
  • 19:30-19:45 - Speeches
  • 19:45-20:45 - Looking Sound : Rolling Visual Audio
  • 20:45-21:10 - Djanan Turan
  • 21:10-21:30 - Best of the fest - a second batch of festival goodies
  • 21:30-22:00 - Mulele Matondo Afrika & Friends
  • 22:00-23:00 - DJ Chig

Looking Sound : Rolling Visual Audio

Rolling Visual Audio brings live music and drawing together. This live performance synchronises the artists' and musicians' improvised creative processes. We explore how they interact by introducing an experimental time based drawing technique that aims to create a parity between the two disciplines. Come to be inspired by sound or by visual art and imagine how they relate to each other www.lookingsound.com

Mulele Matondo Afrika & Friends

Inspired by the traditional sounds and rhythms of the Twa (pygmies) Mulele Matondo Afrika and his quartet play conscious roots music to heal your spirit and entrance you to dance. Guitars bring the hypnotic sounds of the sanza fused with sweet jazz riffs, while percussion and drums provide ancestral African rhythms. Infectious melodies in multi-part harmony belie Mulele's sober messages of unity, freedom and spiritual awakening for Afrikans in the face of corruption, injustice and oppression.www.mulelematondo.com

Djanan Turan

The curious Turkish songstress and her band will be weaving a magical mix of cabaret, folky, bolshy, and edgy electro-global beats. The singer-songwriter performs effortlessly in both English and Turkish. Djanan's kooky, playful music shifts from the hypnotic to songs with catchy pop hooks. www.djananturan.co.uk

Programme

  • 18:00 - Doors and DJs
  • 19:00 - Fashion inHOUSE! - screenings featuring local filmmakers from the warehouse communities
  • 19:30 - Fashion Documentary Screenings
  • 20:00 - Catwalk Show featuring designers and performers - Sanctus, Delia Fiori and Wandering Wardrobe among others
  • 21:00 - Fashion NOW - screenings of a variety of filmmakers from London, UK and International
  • 22:00 Live Performance - Mark Villarosa

11 April 2014 inHOUSE Music Day TBC

Programme

  • 18:00 Piovra Music & Dance Videos
  • 18:30 Oulu Music Video Selection
  • 19:00-22:00 NEW RIVER STUDIOS: Musicjelly Live AV Installation
  • 19:30 Haringey Residents Music Video Screening
  • 20:00-20:45 YEWS: Music and Video Performance
  • 20:50-21:35 The YuYa: Music and Video Performance
  • 22:00-22:30 Bullion Productions
  • 22:30-23:00 Warehouse Sessions Live
  • 23:00-23:45 Ziaflow: Music and Video Performance
  • 23:45-00:45 IDIRON Live AV Performance

Oulu Music Video Selection

A candy store for pop culture junkies, mix yourself a hit of rock and film artistry. The screened videos represent the hand-picked selection of Oulu Music Video Festival. The ten-year old and so, longest running video music festival in the world brings an assortment of award-winning Finnish music videos to inHOUSE Film Festival. Hard-hitting beats collide with energetic visuals, strong narratives lead the way into mythology, playful storytelling and state-of-the-art techniques show the high standards of Finnish music video making. omvf.net | doclounge.se/oulu

NEW RIVER STUDIOS: Musicjelly Live AV Installation

Musicjelly is an interactive music video platform to choose your own musical adventure. MusicJelly has the diversity of a multicultural city, with its musical side streets, backwaters, main streets and alleys, highways and dead ends, cultures and characters – in loop. We filmed local & international music performers in their own rooms, in festivals, in music schools, arts centres, utility rooms, fields, gardens, kitchens, empty pools or boats. vimeo.com/83538625


Everything you hear you see… Play with us. musicjelly.com

Haringey Residents Music Video Screening

Featuring artists in this curated session:

  • Portico Quartet ft. Cornelia
  • Aunti Flo
  • Cute
  • Life Beat
  • Dolls for Idols
  • Rebecca Fox
  • Kansas City Prophets ft. Linton Kwesi Johnson

YEWS: Music and Video Performance

Yasmin Kuymizakis aka YEWS is a Maltese singer-songwriter, composer and producer. Yews's sounds have been described as electronic, ethereal pop and she is known for having a different setup every time she performs live, playfully changing and adapting her simple songs. In January 2014, Yews had her first official release, Selene EP. Yasmin is now based in London, reading for a degree in Sound Art and Design at the London College of Communication (UAL). She performs and collaborates with talented artists practicing in various genres as she strives to continue to experiment and discover new ways of maintaining a unique sound in her music. youtube.com/watch?v=ah5eH4he-qw | soundclound.com/yews | yewsmusic.bandcamp.com | facebook.com/mYEWSic

The YuYa: Music and Video Performance

The YuYa, formed in 2008 takes their name after the Japanese boy's name meaning "100 nights". Constance Dalrymple and Eliseo Soardi play acoustic-fuelled avant-garde indie-folk music. They have played over 200 show across the UK, Europe and Africa. Their debut single Naked was soon followed by an album, A Boy, The Queen and A Fish – both available on iTunes. BBC London says upon asking about their first encounter with this magnificent duo: "...My god, it was amazing, like I was hit by a frying pan!". youtube.com/watch?v=9mWMYInaooE | theyuya.com | facebook.com/TheYuya | soundcloud.com/theyuya

Bullion Productions

What began as a collective of talented directors, producers and cinematographers in East London has quickly grown into a production company that creates fresh and engaging films, whether they're music videos for the likes of Disclosure, Katy B, The Kooks, Klaxons etc, commercials for Toyota & Tiger beer and fashion & short films for locals and those from around the world. With a strong pedigree in music video production and collaboration with incredibly talented artists, Bullion expanded to represent a thriving roster of exciting new directors alongside Bullion Collective, as they band together with agencies and brands to create unforgettable films that focus on pushing the boundaries of moving image. Bullion is where great storytelling happens. bullionproductions.com

Ziaflow: Music and Video Performance

Ziaflow is writing music, collaborating with a number of DJs and producers and uses her beloved looper to combine her voice, "inner trumpet" and numerous percussion instruments. Performing with recognised industry professionals, she is quickly developing a multi-national network of her own in and outside of the UK. With a release on Wheel & Deal (UK) and forthcoming release on TUBA (US), as well as regular appearances on SUB Fm, Rinse Fm, Pacha, Ministry of Sound and more, her mesmerising voice conquers even the pickiest music-gourmets' ears. youtube.com/watch?v=USAZ-VzhKWo | ziaflow.com | soundcloud.com/ziaflow

IDIRON Live AV Performance

Idiron AV is an project for creating beautifully kinetic live visuals based on a series of bespoke MaxMSP tools and improvisational workflow. idiron.com

Saturday will showcase a stellar collection of inHouse selected short films, as well as curated programs from our festival partners No Gloss Film Festival and the East End film Fest.

inHouse selections include themed slots that delve into the depths of lost innocence, asks questions about how technology is affecting the way we communicate with those we care about and what makes us happy, as well as facing the devilish darkness ever present in our lives. Fear not, there will be laughter, too!

Films include documentaries, animations and dramas.

Short film programmes:

ExFed

  • 12:00 - 12:45 Resident's session. Haringey mishmash, a lucky dip of visual treats
  • 12:45 - 13:15 - Innavision
    A selection of short films from the Innavision Film School.
    Inna Vision Film School is a year-long film school with a mix of students from different backgrounds and ages, many who have experience of mental health issues.  Based in East London, they make short documentary films and animations on a range of topics, several of them dealing with issues around mental health.  The School is funded by "Time to Change" and they share the aims of trying to end the discrimination and stigma which add to the impediments that face those with mental health concerns.  The film makers will be present to take questions from the audience about the school and their film work.

  • 13:20– 14:10 (50 mins)
    inHouse Film Festival Selection - 'Songs of Innocence'
    This selection, chosen by the inHouse team focuses on elements of childhood, dreams, death, first kisses and the loss of innocence.
    • 'Shopping' Directed by Vladilen Vierny (8.32 mins)
      As the supermarket is about to close, a boy rushes to do some last minute shopping for his demanding mother.
    • 'Voice Over' Directed by Martin Rosete (9.36 mins)
      A French narrator jumps from one dramatic scene to another one, confused about the story that he is trying to tell and fighting with himself... until he finally finds it.
    • 'Dewberry Empire' Written, directed and animated by Christian Schlaeffer (7.45 mins)
      A darkly innocent animated tale of children running amok in the wilderness. “All adults, children, and animals will obey the empress”
    • '13 Blue' Written and Directed by Jacqueline Lentzou (17.51 mins)
      An impressionist coming of age tale, focusing on a lonely only child called Ellie.
    • 'The Kiosk' By Anete Melece (6.55 mins)
      For years now, the kiosk has been Olga's little home simply because her sweet tooth and monotonous life has made her bigger than the exit. To distract herself, she reads travel magazines and dreams of being far away. An absurd incident starts the beginning of her journey.
  • 14:25 – 15:30 (64mins)
    Externally curated session - East End Film Festival
    • 'The Undream' Directed by Alexander Thomas (18 mins)
    • 'South Platte' Directed by Gaston Yvorra (14 mins)
    • 'Orbit' Directed by Florinda Frisardi (10 mins)
    • 'Two Dancers' Directed by James Gardner (22 mins)
  • 15:45 - 16:45 (60mins)
    Externally curated session – NO/GLOSS Film Festival
    • 'The Compositor' (32 mins)
      THE COMPOSITOR is an autobiographical sci-fi fantasy film that follows Paul Paxton, a slave artist working in the film industry, who begins to question his own existence, and the realities that he is forced to create. These questions lead him to anger, and that anger, quickly to rage. With little hope and nothing to lose, Paul rages war against the very same system he is sworn to uphold, in a desperate attempt to free himself from the suffocating grip of physical and psychological slavery
    • 'First Lesson in Love' (8 mins)
      A chance meeting of two worlds leads to a love story between a 17 year old religious girl named Tom and a non observant street musician named Razi at a train station in Jerusalem.
    • 'Shelter' (12 mins) A look at Manchester's homeless.
    • 'Sondag' (7 mins)
      Sara wakes up in Julia ́s flat after an one night stand.
She is flattered and feels chosen by the charming and confident Julia. They enter into a game that push their boundaries, explores and defines their relation to each other.
What is required for a sincere meeting? Are they ready to sacrifice what it takes?
Sunday is an intimite love story that ends before it has had the chance to begin. A class journey, a chamber play, a struggle to keep the self in a meeting with the other.
  • 17:30 - 18:10 (40 mins)
    inHouse Film Festival Selection – 'Transforming Narratives'
    This curated segment from the inHouse team highlights short films that tell their stories in unusual ways. Here you will find tales of ambition and loneliness, tension, and relationship issues in the digital age.
    • 'Raconte-moi des Salades' (Salad Days) Directed by Olias Barca (10.10 mins)
      Tensions rise in a Restaurant's kitchen where the boss cannot afford to pay his suppliers or staff, or even for the gas in his stoves.
    • 'NOAH' Directed by Patrick Cederberg, Walter Woodman (17 mins)
      A study of teen romance in today's digital and online age.
    • 'Sock Skewer Street 8' By Elli Vuorinen (6.30 mins)
      She keeps finding tiny socks. Now, whose feet are feeling cold?
    • 'What Makes You Happy?' By Peter Jessien Laugesen (4.09 mins)
      A filmic collage of pictures and voices focussing on what makes us happy.
    • 'Butter Lamp' By Hu Wei (15.45 mins)
      A photographer and his assistant photograph Tibetan families in front of various backdrops of well known attractions. Through this, the photographer weaves unique cultural links with each of the people captured, though their individuality shines through.
    • 'The Elevator Pitch' Written by Zak Klein, Directed by Simon Ryninks (2.49 mins)
      "90% of all Hollywood careers start with an elevator pitch" - Jerry Bruckheimer
  • 18:20 - 18:40 Lucie Zara Live set

  • 19:00 - 19:45 (45 mins)
    inHouse Film Festival Selection – 'Heart of Darkness'
    These inHouse selections are tied together by their inherently dark cores. You will feel uneasy, excited and provoked.
    • 'Tristesse Animal Sauvage' (Sadness Dark Beast) Directed by Florian Berutti (20.54 mins)
      A teenager walks through the deep forest to meet a young girl.
    • 'Teclopolis' By CanCanClub (12.10 mins)
      Inanimate objects come to life. 'Old magazines gently dance in the wind. A super-8 camera crawls over a wooden table while an old carpet flows in and out. Suddenly, a mouse. Then, a whole civilization running towards its inevitable destiny. Plastic waste has reached the point where even the most distant beaches are not safe.'
    • 'Early Birds' By Jeroen Bogaert (21.20 mins)
      Mila, a 12-year-old rebellious girl has a secret crush on her 40 year old neighbour and coach, Sam. When Mila finds out that he's moving away to Italy for at least a year, she conceives the plan to go with him.
    • 'Devil in the Room' Produced and Directed by Carla MacKinnon (7.54 mins)
      An experimental documentary about sleep paralysis.
    • Orgesticulanismus, Directed by Mathieu Labaye (9.27 mins)
      "I think it's by the movement you appropriate your own life. By the freedom to come and go, to have gestures of love, tenderness, anger, whatever. When you are deprived of movements, as I am and as a lot of other people are, I think if you want to survive, you must reinvent the movement differently. And so what happens inside my head isn't purely brain, purely intellectual. It's a way of recreating an inner space which is also my freedom."
  • 19:45 - 20:15 - LIVE BAND - JUNES KALEIDOSCOPE
  • 20:15 - 23:15 DOUBLE BILL SCI FI - Curated by Science Fiction Theatre
  • 23:15 - 01:00 - NATE MAINGARD GIG

New River Studios

  • 12:00 - 13:00 -
    Screening "Island Queen" + Q&A with Bafta Nominated Directors Ben Mallaby and Nat Luurtsema
    Moderated by: Garth Twa

  • 13:00 - 13:50 - SOMAYE

  • 14:00 - 15:15 - A Scene in Metamorphosis
    On directing actors and mis-en-scene
    • Richard Kwietnowski
    • Robert Hall
    • Elliot James
    • Akin Gazi
    • Libby Brockman
    • Nicholas Williams
    • Sarah Woodruff
  • 15:30 - 17:00 - Screening: THE RELUCTANT REVOLUTIONARY

  • 17:15 - 18:45 - Documentary Filmmaking from Conflict Zones
    with Sean McAllister and Johnny Burke
    Moderated by: Audrey Aquilina

  • 19:30 - 21:00 - From a Film Club to a Film Festival
    With Emma Mattei and Alay Paun

ExFed

  • 11am – 12am (58 mins)
    Externally curated session – NO/GLOSS Film Festival
    • ‘K&P’ (11 mins)
      The film tells a powerful love story of two men, Kylie and Paul, who for different reasons are living broken and lonely lives. Both suffer from their past and believe that they will never find happiness. One day the two meet and fall instantly in love but can their new found love undo the past?
    • ‘Frau Shewein geht in die Sheissedisko’ (8 mins)
      A bizzarre 2d animation all the way from Germany
    • ‘Dreaming Apercar’ (17 mins)
      Caterina is a 45 year old Italian woman who has been without a job for months and cannot find another one. So she accepts to work as a carer for Gheorghe, an elderly lively Romanian stuck to a wheelchair. This experience will change her life.
    • ‘Decaponda Shock’ (9 mins)
      An astronaut returns to Earth after a fatal accident on a distant planet.
    • ‘All You Can Eat’ (13 mins)
      At one point Randy Stormberg, host of Food Channel's All You Can Eat, wanted to be a comedian. Now it's 9:30 in the goddamn morning and he's already eaten a bucket of shrimp.
  • 12.15 – 13:20 (64 mins)
    inHouse Film Festival Selection – ‘Documentaries’
    • ‘Balancing a Dream’ Directed by Ling Lee and Ying Cui (24.55 mins)
      To be a journalist in China you sometimes need to use a few subtle tricks to get your stories to print. 
Sun Hua, an award-winning investigative journalist for the Jinan Times, knows just what he can and cannot get away with and how best to persuade his bosses to allow him to continue his work. He is charming, philosophical but also very determined. This film follows Sun Hua at work as he investigates a story about possible corruption by a property developer, seeking out residents' views, negotiating the demonstrations and dealing with the police. All the time, he quietly considers his position as a journalist in a complex country that itself is dealing with change.
    • ‘Dream Girl’ By Oliver Schwarz (20 mins)
      For most of his life, Dirk has been searching for the woman of his dreams. After several failed relationships and a burnout, he finally seems to have found the love of his life, Jenny: the perfect match at first sight – but somehow fundamentally different...
      The short film ‘DREAM GIRL’ takes the viewer into a world between imagination and reality that is both strange and surprisingly familiar.
    • ‘Feeding 500’ Directed By Rafed Alharthi (18.36 mins)
      A documentary about one man's passion, determination and struggle to feed 500 stray cats every day since 1995.
  • 13:30– 15:05 (104 mins)
    Externally curated session – London Shorts Film Festival.
    London Short Film Festival: 2014 Award Nominees
    The Best UK Short Film nominees from the LSFF 2014 festival.
    • BEAT (Aneil Karia, 12 min)
    • GETTING ON (Ewan Stewart, 9 min)
    • IN THE AIR IS CHRISTOPHER GREY (Felix Massie, 9 min)
    • NO KADDISH IN CARMARTHEN (Jesse Armstrong, 13 min)
    • SEA VIEW (Jane Linfoot, 24 min)
    • STEW & PUNCH (Simon Ellis, 16 min)
    • TWINKLE TWINKLE (Deborah Haywood, 9 min)
    • WHITE MORNING (Paul Barritt, 12 min)
  • 15:05 - 15:20 - SOUND CHECK
  • 15:20 – 15:50 Quiet Quiet Band quietquietband.bandcamp.com | facebook.com/pages/quiet-quiet-band/104858314903
  • 16:00 - 16:30
    A selection of short films from the Innavision Film School. Based in East London, they make short documentary films and animations on a range of topics, several of them dealing with issues around mental health. The School is funded by "Time to Change" and they share the aims of trying to end the discrimination and stigma which add to the impediments that face those with mental health concerns. The film makers will be present to take questions from the audience about the school and their film work. https://www.facebook.com/innavisionfilmschool/inf
  • 16:30 - 17:30
    inHouse Film Festival Selection – ‘Melancholia’
    These short films chosen by inHouse explore the way the mind wonders when depressed, restless or stuck. Obsessions, darkness, new dawns, fantasies and subtle realisations take shape in these visions.
    • ‘Wind’ By Robert Löbel (3.49 mins)
      This is an animated short about the daily life of people living in a windy area who seem helplessly exposed to the weather. However, the inhabitants have learned to deal with their difficult living conditions.
      The wind creates a natural system for living.
    • Un pensiero Kalashnikov’ Directed by Giorgio Bosisio (21.11 mins)
      A glance in the mirror and finding his father’s old coat marks the beginning of Pietro’s realization that something new and “turbulent” is coming into his life. The desire to grow up, the curiosity and the enchantment for what he is starting to experience, pushes him towards a simple but incredible adventure. Pietro lets us follow him along this slice of adolescence where little things, hidden to the eyes of the ones who can’t observe, can reveal the ironic and subtle beauty of life.
    • ‘Norman’ By Robbe Vervaeke (10.15 mins)
      Norman stares too hard. He is obsessed by small details and strange habits. Nervous and alone he wanders the city.  You have to watch out for strange people. Who knows what they are capable of?
    • ‘Somewhere Else’ Filmed, Edited and Directed by Jaroslav Scholtz (14.59)
      ‘Gavin is an artist. A painter, poet, musician, author, performance artist or perhaps just plain mad... He describes himself as "L'Étranger - The Outsider’
      This film enters Gavin's world in a period where creativity and his art are on hold. It is a time of self analysis, reflection, justification and a search of what it is to be normal, creative, happy, a past that has outlived a purpose and a dream to be Somewhere Else.
    • ‘Like a Lantern’ By Lille Carre (5.08 mins)
      A man fantasizes about an exotic and fantastical alternative to his own anchored life. In an absurd attempt to change his situation, he lies on the floor to make his view of the horizon shift from horizontal to vertical. Like a Lantern was created using methods of paper cut-out replacement.
    • 5.25 – 5.45pm Stan Laurel 'Dr Pickle' (20 mins)
      Welcome to a special screening of silent comedy "Dr. Pickle and Mr. Pryde" with a live score performed by Lillian Henley.
  • 17:30 - 18:00 - Stan Laurel 'Dr Pyckle' (20 mins)
    Welcome to a special screening of silent comedy "Dr. Pyckle and Mr. Pride" with a live score performed by Lillian Henley.

New River Studios

  • 11.00 – 11.45 - Video Games Breakfast

  • 11:45 - 12:30 - Video Games Vs Film
    With Olivier Namet and Tom Jubert

  • 12:45 - 13:15 - Screening: WIZ ART Film Festival Curated Session
    Wiz-Art Festival - an annual International Short Film Festival, which takes place in Lviv, Ukraine at the end of July. It was found by a group of friends in order to start a short film festival in 2008. By the years Wiz-Art became something more than that. The aim of Wiz-Art is create, develop, organize and provoke cultural sector in Ukraine through film and visual culture.
    • TOWN - 7’ Orla Murphy 
2012
      'town' is a 2 year project by Orla Murphy to explore the contemporary irish town. One of the aims of the project is to disseminate its findings to a broad audience.
    • El TRANSITO - 12’ 
Leon Siminiani 
2009
      The last episode of the video series "Key Concepts in the modern era" is a subjective audiovisual essay about the ideas of work and rest in the modern era, for which it is necessary to transit between distant places where the individual performs both practices, always under the prism of "the American dream."
    • KINOKI - 15’ Leo Favier France 
2012
      Are you fed up with life ? Do you feel bored by the crisis ? Is everybody here talking about the weather ? Well then, we have got something for you ! The Franco-German filmmakers Leo Favier and Schroeter und Berger offer a portrait of a small French village where the solidarity, initiative and commitment are daily values . ? Kinoki is a fictional documentary made from a collage of super 8 films between archiving the history of this village, animated illustrations and typographic animations. It offers a humorous solutions for a better life.
  • 13:15 - 14.15 - DJ Rory Moronik

  • 15:00 - 17:00 - Screening: The Square

  • 17:00 - 17:30 - Speaker: Rami Galal

Gallery

Credits

XL Video

From Creative Solutions to Video Equipment hire, XL Video is the industry leader for Professional Video Equipment. We guarantee the creativity and full technical support to put together cutting-edge video solutions for some of the most innovative and aesthetically daring shows in the World! www.xlvideo.tv

London Speaker Hire

London Speaker Hire is the premier rental company for speaker and PA hire in London. We can provide you with everything from professional wireless microphone headsets to wear whilst giving a yoga class to the latest touch screen karaoke systems. Your imagination is our only limitation. www.londonspeakerhire.com/

Haringey Arts Village Fund

A support fund set up in collaborations between Haringey Arts and the Landlord of warehouse living on Overbury Road, Catwalk Place and Arena. The in-kind and financial investment supports residents living in this cluster of warehouses to create new collaborations, events and initiatives that benefit both the warehouse community and the wider community within Haringey. To find out more visit www.haringeyarts.com

West Creative

West Creative bridges a gap between creativity and business. To date they have supported 75 creative professionals to win more work, build up networks and get their head around business planning…all for free through funded programme for people based in London. Find out how you can benefit here westcreative.co

The Lost Picture Show

The Lost Picture Show aim to revive the magic and romance of "going to the pictures" through creating immersive, spectacular cinema events. They have taken their show to the mud-splattered fields of Glastonbury, The Big Chill and Shambala festivals, to film festivals, and to various rooftops, basements, bunkers and public spaces across London and further afield. lostpictureshow.org

Piovra

Piovra is an international multidisciplinary platform of artists and professionals that works to create and spread new ideas.
Audiovisual is one of our most active areas and for the InHouse Film Festival we have created a 30 minutes program of video dance curated by Inês Pereira de Almeida. piovra.org

No/Gloss Film Festival

No/Gloss Film Festival is Leeds' independent film festival, the city's first ever DIY film festival celebrating do-it-yourself unconventional cinema and low / no budget films from independent local and international film-makers. noglossfilmfestival.co.uk

London Short Film Festival

LSFF is an annual event that presents the best in UK short film-making talent. For a couple of weeks in January we take over London's best independent cinemas and venues to showcase some amazing short films. Oh, and we throw in a bunch of live music and parties too. So let's get to know each other — come find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

East End Film Festival

The East End Film Festival is one of the UK's largest, presenting a rich and diverse programme of international premieres, industry masterclasses, free pop-up screenings and immersive live events. The EEFF's mission is to discover, support, and exhibit pioneering work by global and local independent filmmakers, and to introduce viewers to innovative and challenging cinematic experiences. www.eastendfilmfestival.com/


New River Studios

New River Studios is a north London studio complex offering private spaces, music rehearsal and recording, film and video studios, hot-desking, cafe and gallery. newriverstudios.com


Catwalk Collective

The Catwalk Collective build collaborative events powered by the boundless enthusiasm of our volunteers and fuelled by the maelstrom of ideas that the Manor House Warehouse Community generates. Our aim is to bring these talents to the surface for the benefit of our members and the enjoyment of everyone. facebook.com/CatwalkCollective

London Photo Festival

Are you passionate about photography? We created the London Photo Festival in 2011 to showcase up and coming talent like yours. The principle behind the LPF is we don't evaluate your images. It's what sets us apart from other exhibitions, festivals and galleries londonphotofestival.org

Starlight Design

We are an event production company with over 30 years experience of creating events that go beyond spectacular. Specialising in set design, lighting, sound, AV, fireworks, power distribution and event production using the very latest technology with our own blend of creative input and experience to guarantee results that exceed our client's expectations.www.starlightdesign.co.uk/

The Forest Recycling Project and the Paint Place

Delivering practical community-based projects to reduce, reuse and recycle waste.www.frponline.org.uk

Production Team

Director
Alay Paun

Producer
Douglas Cox

Industry Team
Giorgio Bosisio, Muffin Hix

Programming
Angelica Riccardi, Cathleen Tanti, Camilla Webster, Reka Punkosti, Ling Lee, Giorgio Bosisio

Operations
Louisa Kearney, Josh Bright, Aidan Corcoran, Sandra Spighel

Exhibitions
Shelley jones, Camilla Webster

Visuals
Rob Adlington Looking Sound

Music
Neil Davis

Design Team

Marion Blatter
Designer of the soon to be iconic inHOUSE logo.

Aurelien Boisson
Freelance film editor for hire. Recent work includes the inHOUSE Promo Video.

James Bourbon
Young creative working in design, art direction and more, full of ideas and might be useful to you. Designed the inHOUSE poster/flyer. jamesbourbon.com

Web Team

Ben Jackson
The world's greatest web-developer. Obviously built this very site.

Andy Born
Site maintenance and updates

Fashion Team

Agnes Bataclan
Professional fashion photographer turned Catwalk extraordinaire. agnesbataclan.com

Clarice Rebecca Buck
Designer at Sweet'n'Twisted facebook.com/sweettwisted

Polina Schadauer-Povarich
POLOSOPHIA is a London-anchored hub of narrative post-minimalism, expressed sartorially. The brand was launched in 2013 by Polina Schadauer-Povarich. polosophia.com

Lauren Taylor
Dancer/choreographer extraordinaire

Tickets

The festival runs for 5 days. You can buy a pass for individual days or for the whole shebang.

You can also buy tickets on the door but there's no guarantee they won't sell out.

Wednesday is Launch night, and will be a big party for guests and contributors, industry folk and festival pass holders. With bands, films, booze and some other cool stuff its a big welcome to our little festival.

Thursday is Fashion day, Friday Music, and Saturday has a whole raft of goodies to keep you entertained, not least of which is wrap party.

Sunday is a day of curated sessions with friends and familiars taking over and hosting their own piece of the action.

Please note that while we have taken every precaution to ensure the venue is 100% safe, and we are fully safety compliant, we request that all children (18 or under) are accompanied by a parent or guardian

There will be alcohol on sale at a fully licensed bar and our staff will be instructed to operate with the Think21 policy in mind. We will also be selling soft drinks at the bar to cater for the non-drinkers and underage, but will not be serving anything to anyone that is underage, or cannot prove themselves otherwise. We will also be operating a coffee van outside the venue and there will be food on site provided by Popdogs.

Day pass £3

Week pass £10