Young person (Under 19s) £2.00
Adult (Over 19s) £5.00 / £4.00 (conc)
Buy a Golden Ticket and come to everything the Film Festival has to offer at Hyde Park Picture House (excludes workshops at other venues) from just £15.00.
Single Golden Ticket £15.00
(1 person, either a young person or an adult)
Double Golden Ticket £25.00
(2 people, max 1 adult)
Family Golden Ticket £40.00
(Up to 6 people, maximum 2 adults)
Great Big Family Film Day £10.00 Double Pass (child + 1 adult) / £15.00 Family Pass (Up to 4 people, max 2 adults)
Masterclasses and Workshops
Masterclasses are either £2.00 per ticket (child or adult) or are FREE. Please see individual events for prices and how to book.
Workshops are £5.00 per child or are FREE. Please see individual events for prices and how to book.
Tickets can be bought from the City Centre Box Office (open 10am – 6pm, Mon – Sat) in person or by phone, or from Hyde Park Picture House.
You can also buy tickets online at www.leedsyoungfilm.com and at www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk. Tickets bought online will not be posted out and can be collected from the Box Office up to the day before the screening / event or from the venue on the day of the screening.
Tickets can be collected from City Centre Box Office up to the day before the event or from Hyde Park Picture House from the day of the event.
Where British Board of Classification certification exists, it will be indicated next to the film. Where films are not certified by the BBFC, the suggested film certificates have received licensing approval and the Film Festival has recommended an age suitability next to the film.
U, PG, 12A, 15
For more details about film content and recommended ages, please ring Leeds Young Film on 0113 247 8398.
Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult in the cinema. We are not responsible for anyone left alone in the cinema or any belongings taken into the cinema.
Premiere or preview
Denotes that the film being screened ahead of a general release or is being shown for the first time in England, the UK, Europe or the world!.
Audio described screening
Cinema audio description is a service for people with visual impairments. As well as the usual film soundtrack, a recorded narrator explains what’s happening through individual headphones. Ask at the cinema to borrow a pair of A.D headphones.
City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801
Carriageworks, Millennium Square, Leeds
Don’t worry if you can’t through, leave a message and someone will call back.
Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045
Brudenell Road, Leeds, LS6 1JD