Leeds International Film Festival
- Leeds Young Film’s Not For Rental season continues next week with Donnie Darko (2001), perhaps the first true cult film of the 21st Century. Jake Gyllenhaal stars in his first major role, as a teenager experiencing visions of a large, enigmatic bunny rabbit called Frank who encourages him to commit a series of bizarre crimes. […]Click here to read the full article »
- Into Film and Access Moving Image have teamed up with Leeds Young Film to bring a fantastic opportunity for young people living in Leeds to See, Think, Make and Imagine film. Starting right now young people aged 8-15, can sign up to a whole host of activities that will run through until August 2015.
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- Missing Leeds Young Film Festival already? Fear not – our season of Not For Rental films at The Carriageworks continues next week with the hilarious Lego Movie. Featuring the voices of Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett and Morgan Freeman, The Lego Movie tells the story of Emmet, an ordinary citizen mistaken for a master architect and […]Click here to read the full article »
- Leeds Young Film Festival 2015 (LYFF15) drew to a close today following its Closing Gala screening, a Special Preview of Tomm Moore’s spellbinding, Oscar-nominated underwater animation Song of the Sea. The 16th annual Leeds Young Film Festival has been the largest and most successful yet, with a programme of the best new and classic cinema […]Click here to read the full article »