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24/02/23 24/02/23
Balaban

Director Aysulu Onaran’s debut film is a striking, coming-of-age drama about teenage love in the face of stigma and danger.Diagnosed with HIV as a…

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26/02/23 26/02/23
Big Boys

Chock full of gags, Jack Rooke's semi-autobiographical comedy about two mismatched boys who strike up an unlikely friendship when they're thrown…

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26/02/23 26/02/23
Don't Hug Me I'm Scared

Everyone’s favorite twisted puppet show is coming to Leeds for an in-person watch party at the INDIs Film Festival 2023!The comedy-horror YouTube…

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22/02/23 22/02/23
The Gallery

An art curator is held hostage by a portraitist who threatens to detonate a bomb unless their demands are met. The Gallery's interactive narrative is…

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23/02/23 23/02/23
LIFF Presents: Getting it Back - The Story of Cymande

An essential new music doc about the band Cymande, one of the truly great bands of the 70s and unsung heroes of Black British music. Self-taught…

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23/02/23 23/02/23
Wolf Manor

Things haven’t been going well for the exhausted crew of a low-budget gothic horror film set in the British countryside. It was bad enough having to…

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