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 »
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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.
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(By Alexander King, LIFF Programme Manager) I might be wrong, but this year’s Berlin seemed to lack the big arthouse hits that emerged from its programme in 2015- the likes of 45 Years and Taxi Tehran. But it was a richly rewarding festival nonetheless, full of immersive dramas, fascinating docs and a few low key […]Click here to read the full article »
(By Molly Cowderoy, Short Film City Manager, & Caroline Döring, Film Festivals Coordinator) The Short Film City team went to Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, where we feasted on short films (and pastries) to our hearts’ content. We were delighted to see a number of films from LIFF29 screening in the International Competition, including Madam Black, […]Click here to read the full article »