Leeds Young Film is very excited to announce the line-up for its Not For Rental autumn programme at The Carriageworks Theatre. The selection of films for viewers aged 15 and over will open on Tuesday 9th September with Her (2013), Spike Jonze’s comedic fantasy about a man who falls in love with his phone’s operating system (voiced by Scarlet Johansson), followed by the classic ‘What if…?’ thriller Run Lola Run (1999) on Thursday 11th September. Tickets are excellent value at just £3.00 each.
Not For Rental is an exciting new cinema programme in Leeds city centre for viewers aged 15 and over, which bridges the gap for audiences between the viewing experience of Leeds Young Film Festival and Leeds International Film Festival. In collaboration with BFI Film Hub North and The Carriageworks theatre, we’re bringing a series of exciting, challenging and rarely seen films to the big screen. The films range from British Independent productions to archive screenings, documentaries and foreign language films covering everything from comedy to horror, action to drama.
Friday 31st October will be a special Halloween extravaganza with three unforgettable classics – The Lost Boys (1987), An American Werewolf In London (1981) and The Orphanage (2007). Hilarious documentary American Movie (2000) will screen as part of 28th Leeds International Film Festival (5-20th November), which will have its full programme announced on Friday 3rd October as part of Light Night at Leeds Town Hall.
All films begin at 7.00pm (doors from 6.30pm) unless otherwise stated. The full programme is:
Tuesday 9th September, 7.00pm
A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his newly purchased operating system that’s designed to meet his every need.
Run Lola Run (1999)
Thursday 11th September, 7.00pm
A young woman in Germany has twenty minutes to find and bring 100,000 Deutschmarks to her boyfriend before he robs a supermarket.
Peeping Tom (1960)
Tuesday 23rd September, 7.00pm
This powerful film was years ahead of its time and remains one of the most disturbing and psychologically complex horror films ever made.
The Breakfast Club (1985)
Saturday 4th October, 7.00pm
Five very different high school students meet in detention and discover they have a lot more in common than they thought
Tuesday 28th October, 7.00pm
Post-apocalyptic surrealist black comedy about the landlord of an apartment building who occasionally prepares a delicacy for his odd tenants
The Lost Boys (1987)
Friday 31st October, 5.00pm
After moving to a new town, two brothers are convinced that the area is frequented by vampires.
An American Werewolf in London (1981)
Friday 31st October, 7.00pm
Two American college students on a walking tour of Britain are attacked by a werewolf that none of the locals will admit exists.
The Orphanage (2007)
Friday 31st October, 9.00pm
A woman brings her family back to her childhood home, which used to be an orphanage for handicapped children. Before long, her son starts to communicate with an invisible new friend.
Monday 17th November, 7.00pm – TBC
The Carriageworks, Millennium Square, Leeds, Tickets £3.00
Buy tickets online by clicking the films’ titles or through City Centre Box Office on 0113 224 3801