Ben Waddington has previously led Invisible Cinema walks for LIFF, uncovering the city’s lost picture houses. For Interludes, Ben extends his exploration to include some of the city’s famous film locations, scouring the city for sites that recall classic moments in cinema, all interspersed with memories shared by participants of previous walks. This 90-minute narrated walk edits local cinema history with an imaginative outlook of our environment, and is ideal for those wanting to get closer to their city and put themselves in the picture. Ben is a Birmingham-based cultural historian and the director of the exploratory guided tours festival Still Walking.

The walking group will gather from 10 minutes before the start of each walk, at the bottom of the steps at the front right-hand side of Leeds Town Hall. Please purchase your ticket prior to meeting the group.

Part of a series of special Leeds Film City presentations in LIFF31 that also include:

Carnival Messiah: The Film

Le Prince: A Day of Celebration & New Exhibition

Leeds on Film with the Yorkshire Film Archive

Leeds United! BBC Play for Today

A White Horse in Roundhay: Louis le Prince Talk

Ticket offers: the LIFF 2017 Pass is incredible value or see 6 films for the price of 5 (available by phone or in person only) - details here.