"Kinodot" is an online festival of minimalist short films, launched in 2012. All films selected for "Kinodot" programs match at least one of the criteria: "No Money", "No Mumbling", "No Music", "No Montage".
- Remains Quiet by Stefan Kriekhaus, fiction, 2013, 14min., Germany, France;
- Wile E. by Christopher Holloran, fiction, 2012, 15min., USA, The Netherlands;
- An Adventurous Afternoon by Ines Christine Geisser & Kirsten Carina Geisser, animation, 2013, 6min., Germany;
- An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Paris by Yann Chapotel, experimental, 2013, 5min., France;
- Dry Stone Waller by Jacob Robinson, Kelvin Brown, documentary, 2013, 5min., United Kingdom;
- The World (Outside) by Benny Shaffer, documentary, 2013, 14min., USA;
- Junction by Andrey Klychnikov, fiction, 2014, 7 min., Russia;
- Supervision by Lion Bischof, documentary, 2012, 11min., Germany;
- Mount Song by Shambhavi Kaul, experimental, 2013, 9min., United States, India;
- Kleur by S.D. Willems, documentary, 2014, 2min., Belgium;
- Cycloid by Tomoki Kurogi, animation, 2013, 4min., Japan.
Total screening time — 92 minutes.
The films are shown with a voice-over translation.