Anyone who wants to join the world premiere of ‘Zero Killed‘ at TIFF – Transilvania International Film Festival and the U.S. Premiere at CUFF – Chicago Underground Film Festival – here are the screening dates:
June 2 – 7pm – Cinema Arta – Cluj-Napoca, Romania (World Premiere)
June 3 – 1pm – Gene Siskel Film Center – Chicago, USA (U.S. Premiere)
June 4 – 6pm – Cinema Odeon – Cluj-Napoca, Romania
June 6 – 8pm – Gene Siskel Film Center – Chicago, USA
Hope to see you there!
Kunstpalais Erlangen in co-operation with Manhattan-Kinos present the exclusive German Premiere of Michal Kosakowski’s new movie ‘Zero Killed’. After the screening Michal Kosakowski will give Q&A to the audience. Presentation by Prof. Dr. Kay Kirchmann – film and television Department of Theatre and Media Studies at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg.
June 14th, 2012, 8pm
We are pleased to announce that ‘Zero Killed’ has been officially selected for the Fright Night Film Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
June 29th to July 1st, 2012
Fright Night Film Festival is Mid-Americas largest Genre POP/HORROR/CULTURE Film Festival.
Mission: Bring the Best in Pop Culture, Cult Films, Independent Films to the Region. We launch films and careers. To network with industry veterans and bring Hollywood to the rest of the country.
‘Zero Killed’ has been officially selected for the 19th Chicago Underground Film Festival:
May 31st to June 7th, 2012
Chicago Underground Film Festival is the longest running underground film festival in the world, CUFF exists to showcase the defiantly independent filmmaker. The mission is to promote films and videos that dissent radically in form, technique, or content from the “indie” mainstream.
We’re looking forward to the screening in Chicago!
Michal Kosakowski‘s work as a film-maker and artist is characterised by a preoccupation with media-related depictions of violence.
The Installation ‘Do You Have Murder Fantasies?’ is positioned in the wide and uncharted territories between fantasy and reality, and opens up both fronts simultaneously for its visitors: