Leeds International Film Festival have teamed up with Leeds City Council Events and Sneaky Experience to present a brand new and exciting outdoor cinema experience this summer, set in a specially created, fully seated auditorium in Millennium Square. The Film House on the Square will feature a varied programme of blockbuster films for all ages on […]Click here to read the full article »
Are you 16-19 and passionate about film? Want a career in the industry? If so, the BFI Film Academy Leeds is for you. Delivered by Leeds Young Film, Beta Filmworks and Access Moving Image, the course is a fantastic opportunity for young people from West Yorkshire to develop the knowledge and skills to make a career […]Click here to read the full article »
This year’s Cannes proved to be one of the very best years with a competition line up full of contrastingly rewarding films, a few of them extraordinary. I can’t remember a year when the jury’s award decisions were so at odds with the critical consensus or the buzz in the film queues, but we thought […]Click here to read the full article »
Enter your film to the 30th Leeds International Film FestivalClick here to read the full article »
The world’s first moving images were shot in Leeds in 1888 by Louis le Prince. Today Leeds is a major centre for film production and exhibition. Leeds International Film Festival is one of the UK’s biggest film events.
LIFF is a portal for discovery of the real […]