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Gravity in 3D sets LIFF27 in motion

Last night’s 27th Leeds International Film Festival Opening Gala was an enormous success, with audiences experiencing two special preview screenings of Gravity in 3D at our inaugural Everyman Cinema event. You can see photos here on our facebook. The response to the film being shown in the marvellous Everyman was overwhelming, setting over two weeks of the best new film from around the world in motion. Those who are hungry for more space exploration should be sure not to miss out on Saturday’s screening of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, especially chosen to be shown in the magnificent splendour of Leeds Town Hall’s Victoria Hall. It’s back following huge demand after its appearance at last year’s festival, and will give audiences another chance to experience perhaps the only piece of masterful, visually stunning filmmaking that Gravitycan be compared to. Please click on the film’s title for tickets.

2001: A Space Odyssey

You haven’t really seen 2001: A Space Odyssey until you’ve seen it on the big screen, and the experience is unique in the stunning setting of Leeds Town Hall, as the film returns to the venue for another screening this year due to huge demand. Kubrick’s visionary sci-fi classic is repeatedly voted into top 10 movies of all time lists: it’s a brilliantly imaginative adaptation of Arthur C Clarke’s mind-bending novel, an episodic spectacle featuring balletic sequences of cine-choreography, awesome futurist design, suspenseful action, trippy psychedelia, and a magnificent soundtrack.

Sat 9 Nov, 14:00 @ Leeds Town Hall – Victoria Hall

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