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 […]
(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 »
We are thrilled to announce each of LIFF29’s Audience Award winners, including Audience Award for Best Film in the categories of New Narrative Feature, Documentary Feature and Retrospective Feature, as well as Short Film. The deliciously dark Hungarian black comedy Liza, the Fox-Fairy is the winner of LIFF29’s Audience Award for New Narrative Feature.Click here to read the full article »
Liza, the Fox-Fairy is about a […]