August 4, 2010 at 11:14 am , by Blue
The 24th Leeds International Film Festival is back and tickets are now on sale. The event is confirmed to run between 4th of November to the 21st of November and will be the longest running installment since it started in 2007. I am hoping they will bring back the highly popular Day of The Dead, part of Fanomenon, a section in the festival where a selection of some of the goriest and scariest zombie, horror and vampire flicks are played back to back. It is definitely an experience worth having.
Leeds International Film Festival aims to “use a variety of venues throughout the city in which to showcase the lastest in unseen cinema“. Visitors can catch films at places like Nation of Shopkeepers, the Hyde Park Picture House, Vue Leeds, Leeds University etc. Film passes are the cheapest and easiest way of making sure you get access to all single screenings throughout the entire event, so we highly recommend it.
Please note: at the time of writing, the website has not yet updated their Online Guide and the list of Films showing this November. But you can still check out correct information on how to submit films if you wish to showcase your work and contact information. I have been informed that taster materials and brochures will be released between September and October so that’s something we can all look forward to!
Tickets / Passes:
The Leeds International Film Festival box office is located at the Carriageworks on the beautiful Millenium Square if you prefer to buy them in person or book over the phone to collect but you can also purchase film passes online via the Leeds City Council online ticketing service here (for single passes) or here (for double passes)
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