Having outgrown its home in City Varieties, Fanomenon’s Day of the Dead 7 relocates to the splendour of Leeds Town Hall with a bigger screen and better projection to deliver an incredible line-up of films. Opening with new US zombie film The Battery, followed by the shocking Giallo-inspired The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears and the violent vampire thriller Chimères (with director Olivier Beguin and actress Jasna Kohoutova making special guest appearances) before closing with the disturbing Israeli masterpiece Big Bad Wolves the day is certain to give you your money’s worth. For the first time the audience will also get to vote for the winning Méliès d’Argent short film from Europe. With special guests and a couple of surprise additions make sure you grab your passes early. Also, don’t forget, that on the eve of Day of the Dead 7 there will be an appearance from Cannibal Holocaust‘s Ruggero Deodato at the Hyde Park Picture House. You can Tweet about Day of the Dead 7 on Twitter using the #DOTD7 hashtag.
Sat 16 Nov, 12:00 @ Leeds Town Hall – Victoria Hall
Passes are £25 full / £20 concession / Free with LIFF27 Pass. Buy tickets for Fanomenon Day of the Dead 7 and Fanomenon Anime Day 2013 for £40 full / £30 concession (this offer can be purchased over the phone, or in person at the Box Office, currently not available online).