07/11/17 07/11/17
Carnival Messiah: The Film

No one who attended the performances of Geraldine Connor’s epic masterpiece Carnival Messiah at Harewood House will ever forget it.

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04/11/17 04/11/17
Carried Away: British Competition 1

Watch the first of our British Competitions to escape, break and reconstruct the status quo, as characters, narratives and visuals get carried away.…

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15/11/17 15/11/17
Casino Royale

Daniel Craig explodes onto the screen as a new leaner, meaner and charmingly thuggish Bond as the franchise is rebooted for the 21st century, with…

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12/11/17 12/11/17
Changing the Story: Activist Filmmaking Workshop

Changing the Story is an experimental creative microproject where young filmmakers across Leeds will work together to conceive, shoot, edit, produce…

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31/03/18
Children's Cinema Day

Join us on Saturday 31 March as we create the world’s largest virtual cinema, where your living room or bedroom becomes part of Leeds Young Film…

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01/04/18 01/04/18
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Flying back onto the big screen at the grand old age of 50, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang remains one of the most beloved family films of all time.

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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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