14/11/17 14/11/17
A Distant Echo

A Distant Echo plays with movement and light in deserts across Southern California, exploring myth, identity, culture  and the construction of…

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11/11/17 11/11/17
Diva

Beineix’s debut was an international arthouse sensation, playing for over a year in some cinemas.

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06/11/17 08/11/17
Djam

Irrepressible Djam is a young Greek woman whom we first meet belting out a ‘rebetiko’, a form of defiant, working-class Greek song. Djam has a lyric…

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25/10/17 13/12/17
Dogwoof Poster Exhibition at North Bar

Dogwoof is the leading documentary sales agent and UK theatrical distributor and is regarded as the foremost documentary specialist brand in the…

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07/11/17 09/11/17
Don't Torture a Duckling

Blood drenched horror meets scathing socio-political critique in this lurid and unsettling giallo from one of the undisputed masters of the genre,…

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11/11/17 11/11/17
Downrange

Ryuhei Kitamura (Versus, The Midnight Meat Train) returns to form with a tense and bloody thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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The Second INDIs Film Festival

Returning for its second edition, The INDIs (Independent Directions) Film Festival features specialist screenings of films, including independent British and International cinema, industry sessions, panel discussions and other installations entirely curated for an audience of 15-30 year olds. With a particular focus on networking with other passionate young people who are interested in film as a career and art-form. The seventh INDIs Awards champions and celebrates the talent of the UK’s young independent filmmakers up to the age of 25, and is a core of the wider festival.

The INDIs Film Festival is presented by Leeds City Council with the support of the BFI Film Festival Fund, awarding funds from The National Lottery, and by public funding from Arts Council England.

The full programme will be available soon.

 

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