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The LIFF28 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 50p convenience charge per ticket, or £1.00 per transaction for tickets booked over the phone.
LIFF28 Individual Tickets
Individual screening tickets for LIFF28 are now on sale.
All Venues except Albert Room (and unless otherwise stated) – £8 / £6 concession*
Albert Room – £6 / £5 concession*
* Where applicable concessionary rate applies to: NUS, ISIC, Leeds Card, Over 55s, Under 16s, registered unemployed, registered disabled and Leeds Card. Proof of ID will be required.
Special Offer – 6 tickets for the price of 5
If you’re thinking of attending films at LIFF28 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.
LIFF28 Single + Double Passes
LIFF28 Single Pass £90
The full 28th 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 LIFF28 Pass includes access to all screenings at all venues and across all programme sections, with the only exception being Fanomenon Night of the Dead XIV, which is available to pass holders for just £10. The LIFF28 pass gives free entry to both Fanomenon Day of the Dead 8 and Fanomenon Anime Day 2014.
LIFF28 Double Pass £160
Team up with a friend or partner and purchase a pass at the same time for £160 to save £20! Each person can use a Double Pass independently, so you can see different films taking place at the same time with it.
Major Event Tickets
Fanomenon Anime Day 2014
Leeds Town Hall, Sunday 9th November from 11am
The UK’s biggest annual day of Anime screenings returns to Leeds Town Hall on Sunday 9 November with exclusive screenings of the very best new anime features and more, all together in one thrilling event. The line-up for Fanomenon Anime Day 2014 is announced and it’s bumper: two spectacular new adventures with Appleseed Alpha and Dragonball Z: Battle of Gods, a new anthology from the creator of Akira, Short Peace, the award-winning Giovanni’s Island, and new digital prints of two anime masterpieces, Ghost in the Shell and Grave of the Fireflies.
Fanomenon Anime Day 2014: Leeds Town Hall, Sunday 9 November from 11.00am, £25 full / £20 concession / Free with LIFF28 Pass. Buy tickets for any two Fanomenon events (also including Fanomenon Day of the Dead 8 and Fanomenon Night of the Dead XIV) for £40 full / £30 concession (this offer can be purchased over the phone, or in person at the Box Office, currently not available online).
Daft Punk’s Interstella 5555 + Mid-Festival Party
Leeds Town Hall, Saturday 15th November from 8.30pm until late
Daft Punk’s Interstella 5555 gets the epic mid-festival party underway at Leeds Town Hall, with DJs taking over for the rest of the night until 4am, playing great electro and indie anthems accompanied by anime favourites on the giant screen in front of a huge dancefloor and plenty of bars. Steered by legendary anime creator Leiji Matsumoto, Interstella 5555 takes the story told in the videos for One More Time and others tracks from the Discovery album and cranks them out into a full length Animated House Musical, with a story of intergalactic kidnapping, evil space ninjas, and, of course, music and its players.
Tickets for film + party: £10 full / £8 concession / Free with LIFF28 Pass.
Fanomenon Day of the Dead 8
Leeds Town Hall, Saturday 8th November from 12 noon
One of the most important dates on the UK genre film circuit, Fanomenon Day of the Dead returns for its eighth year to the magnificence of Leeds Town Hall with a line-up of some of the most eagerly awaited horror films from around the world, including an exclusive preview of Kevin Smith’s new horror comedy Tusk. We can’t share any titles with you just yet, but you can be sure that the final selection will delight all horror aficionados out there. Consisting of four features plus the Méliès d’Argent short film competition, where you get to pick the film that goes forward to compete for the coveted Méliès d’Or in Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, the day will be packed full of films, guests, competitions, prizes and much more. Grab your passes early and get ready for one of the greatest horror events around.
Fanomenon Day of the Dead 8: Leeds Town Hall, Saturday 8 November from 12 noon, £25 full / £20 concession / Free with LIFF28 Pass. Buy tickets for any two Fanomenon events (also including Fanomenon Night of the Dead XIV and Fanomenon Anime Day 2014) 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 14
Hyde Park Picture House, Friday 14th November from 9pm
Fanomenon Night of the Dead is one of the highlights of Leeds International Film Festival, with a legion of die-hard fans enjoying a night of the best new horror films in the cosy surroundings of Hyde Park Picture House. Guaranteed to shock, scare and entertain you in equal measure, this marathon event is not to be missed, especially with additions for 2014 including a special new celebrity presenter. This year’s NOTD takes place on Friday 14 November and begins at the slightly earlier time of 9.00pm. We’ve also added a new short film competition called Dead Short where you get to vote for your favourite ultra-short film from around the world, and there’s a challenge to bring along the most terrible film or DVD you own at home and try to give it away – beware though, the owner of the worst film of the night has to take away all the entries. Now in its fourteenth year, the event is bigger and better than ever before so why not come and join the mayhem and see what all the fuss is about?
Fanomenon Night of the Dead XIV: Hyde Park Picture House, Friday 14 November from 9.00pm, £25 full / £20 concession / £10 with LIFF28 Pass. Buy tickets for any two Fanomenon events (also including Fanomenon Day of the Dead 8 and Fanomenon Anime Day 2014) for £40 full / £30 concession (this offer can be purchased over the phone, or in person at the Box Office, currently not available online).
Once In A Lifetime
Leeds Town Hall, Saturday 15th November from 12.00 noon
A brand new digital print of Stop Making Sense by The Talking Heads will receive its UK Premiere at LIFF28, as part of our very special concert film day Once In A Lifetime at Leeds Town Hall on Saturday 15th November.
Relive some of the greatest concert films of all time in the unique atmosphere of Leeds Town Hall, with a genre-spanning programme of films covering every decade from the seventies to the noughties. The Victoria Hall’s normal stall seating will be replaced with new festival-style seating especially for the occasion, to create a relaxed and celebratory atmosphere, and there will be a range of drinks from different vendors to choose from.
A Once In A Lifetime Day Pass is amazing value at just £15 full / £12 concession / Free to LIFF28 Passholders, and gives access to all four films. Alternatively you can purchase individual tickets for The Who: The Kids Are Alright, Nirvana + Sonic Youth – 1991: The Year Punk Broke, Beastie Boys: Awesome, I Shot That! or Talking Heads: Stop Making Sense for £8.00 / £6.00 / Free to LIFF28 Passholders.
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 the individual film pages.
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.LIFF28 Festival Passes