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The LIFF27 Box Office is located in The Carriageworks, located on Millennium Square, Leeds. The box office is open from 10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday and on Sundays when there is a performance at The Carriageworks. Advance tickets and passes can be purchased either online, by phone or in person.
To buy tickets for individual films, you can click on the links by the films themselves. Tickets and passes purchased online will not be posted out but can be collected from the City Centre Box Office in The Carriageworks on Millennium Square or at the relevant screening venue from an hour before the performance. Please note that tickets booked online are subject to a 24p convenience charge per ticket.
* Where applicable concessionary rate applies to: NIC, ISIC, Leeds Card, Over 55s, Under 16s and registered unemployed. Proof of ID will be required.
LIFF27 Individual Tickets
Individual screening tickets for LIFF27 are now on sale.
6 tickets for the price of 5
If you’re thinking of attending films at LIFF27 in a group, or would like tickets for a selection of films for yourself, you can take advantage of our 6 for 5 offer. You can buy as many lots of 6 as you like, and they will only cost the price of 5. You can buy 6 tickets for the same screening, 3 pairs of tickets for 3 different screenings and so on – any way you like . Please either visit or phone our Box Office at The Carriageworks. Please note this offer is not available online.
Friends of Hyde Park offer
We are very pleased to announce that Friends of Hyde Park will now be able to purchase LIFF27 tickets at the concessionary rate of £6.00, and tickets for Night of the Dead XIII for £15. Friends of Hyde Park benefit from reduced admission to the Hyde Park Picture House all year round. For more information and to become a Friend of Hyde Park, please click here.
LIFF27 Single Pass £90
The full 27th Leeds International Film Festival Pass is amazing value for money at just £90, and gives access to every individual screening throughout the festival’s gigantic 16 day programme. The LIFF27 Pass includes access to all screenings at all venues and across all programme sections, with the only exception being Fanomenon Night of the Dead 13, which is available to pass holders for just £10. For the first time, the LIFF27 pass will give free entry to Fanomenon Day of the Dead 7 as well as Fanomenon Anime Day 2013.
LIFF27 Double Pass £160
Team up with a friend or partner and purchase a pass at the same time for £160 to save £20!
Major Event Tickets
Fanomenon Anime Day 2013
Leeds Town Hall, Sunday 17th November from 11am
The hugely popular Fanomenon Anime Day returns to LIFF on Sunday 17th November, featuring ten hours of fantastic animated entertainment from Japan including Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo. Taking place once again in the stunning setting of the Victoria Hall at Leeds Town Hall, the Fanomenon Anime Day is presented in partnership with the Thought Bubble Festival and Scotland Loves Animation. The final line-up of screenings will be announced soon.Passes are £25 full / £20 concession / Free with LIFF27 Pass. Buy tickets for any two events (also including Fanomenon Day of the Dead 13 and Fanomenon Night of the Dead 7) for £40 full / £30 concession (this offer can be purchased over the phone, or in person at the Box Office, currently not available online).
Fanomenon Day of the Dead 7
Leeds Town Hall, Saturday 16th November from 12 noon
Over the last few years Day of the Dead has grown into a unique event on the UK genre calendar with horror fans coming from all over the country (and beyond) to sample the terrifying delights on offer. This year the event moves into the grandiose splendour of Leeds Town Hall, where we will be serving up a selection of the best new horror films from around the world on its magnificent screen.
For the first time the prestigious Méliès d’Argent short film competition (organised by the European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation) will be part of Day of the Dead and the winning film will be selected by the audience, so expect to see some incredible shorts from across the continent and decide which one goes forward to compete for the coveted Méliès d’Or. Passholders will also get something extra that isn’t available to single ticket holders so come and join the Fanomenon family – you won’t regret it!
Passes are £25 full / £20 concession / Free with LIFF27 Pass. Buy tickets for any two events (also including Fanomenon Night of the Dead 13 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).
Fanomenon Night of the Dead 13
Hyde Park Picture House, Saturday 9th November from 10pm
The best horror all-nighter in the UK returns for its thirteenth edition at the Hyde Park Picture House with a programme guaranteed to shock, scare and thrill you over ten hours of terror. The night will include four feature films as well as some of the best new horror shorts from around the world as well as special guests, competitions and giveaways.
If you’ve never been to Night of the Dead before, you can be sure it’s an experience you’ll never forget. With hundreds of loyal fans welcoming you to the party, you’ll soon make friends and feel at home as the lights go down and the mayhem begins! Tickets go fast so make sure you get yours early.
Passes are £25 full / £20 concession / £10 with LIFF27 Pass. Buy tickets for any two events (also including 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).
Louis le Prince International Short Film Competition 2013
Victoria Hall, Monday 18th November – Wednesday 20th
The Louis le Prince Competition has continually given audiences the chance to see films on the cutting edge of modern cinema that delight, thrill and compel in equal measure. Now the Louis le Prince Competition is an Academy Award qualifier – meaning the winning film could be eligible for Oscar consideration in the Best Live Action Short category – the
stakes are even higher as we present some of the absolute best from around the world. Let us take you on a journey through drama, comedy, absurdity and intensity in more than 30 short films over six screenings. With films taken from a record number of entries, we’ll present a programme that includes a number of award winning films many of which UK audiences will be seeing for the first time.
The rest of the exciting selection for this year’s competition will be announced on leedsfilm.com at the end of October.
You can buy a competition pass for just £18 / £15 that will give you access to all six screening programmes.
• LIFF does not show trailers or adverts before films and where possible all screenings start at the time advertised: sometimes a LIFF programmer or a guest will make a short introduction.
• Any film not in English language has subtitles, and this is indicated in the film listings as ST. Where films are subtitled the original language is usually the same as the country of origin. For full details see www.leedsfilm.com
• Most films in the programme have recommended certificates: please contact the festival office or city centre box office for advice on suitability.
• Most films are projected in the DCP (digital cinema) or HDCam format: where a film is on 35mm or 16mm, this in indicated in the film listings.