Leeds International Film Festival
- Experience some of the most popular Christmas films on the giant screen at Leeds Town Hall, with the newly launched Christmas Film Festival (21-23 December). Huge audiences will join together to enjoy special Sing-Along screenings of Disney’s Frozen. There will also be classic family favourites like Home Alone and Elf, and the film everyone loves to watch [...]Click here to read the full article »
- Leeds Young Film Festival, ArtForms and Logistik are delighted to present the 2015 Leeds Young Filmmaker Golden Owl Awards, celebrating the talents of young filmmakers from across the city.
What is The Golden Owl Awards?
An exciting filmmaking competition, now in its fourth year, for young people aged 19* and under.
The Golden Owl Awards celebrates the filmmaking [...]Click here to read the full article »
- Ahead of 2015’s BFI Film Academy Leeds programme, Not For Rental and 28th Leeds International Film Festival present a FREE Premiere screening of the new film Into Dust by talented young Leeds filmmaker Gage Oxley. Gage is a member of MediaFish, the group of young consultants who help to programme the annual Leeds Young Film Festival, and a graduate of [...]Click here to read the full article »
- Three Not For Rental screenings feature as part of the 28th Leeds International Film Festival, including We Are Mari Pepa (2013) at Vue in The Light, a FREE screening of Free to Play (2014) in Leeds Town Hall and #chicagoGirl: The Social Network Takes on a Dictator (2013) at The Carriageworks. Tickets are just £3.00 for those aged 15-24. Not For Rental is [...]Click here to read the full article »