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Welcome to your Leeds
International Film Festival
With over 300 films and events at LIFF30, we know it can be daunting
to know where to start, especially if you haven’t been to the Film Festival
before. This YA programme has been specially curated for young adults to
help you get the most out of the festival and see some amazing films.
If you are 15 — 18 you can get a YA Delegate Pass for just £15 that
gives you access to the 15 films listed below. These are all screening in the How To Use Your YA Pass
amazing Victoria Hall at Leeds Town Hall, our premiere venue with 7.1
You can purchase your pass online at
concert sound. With a mixture of brand new previews and some classic
leedsfilm.com or in person/over the phone
archive films, at just £15 you can’t afford not to give it a go!
at City Centre Box Office (0113 376 0318,
Leeds Town Hall, Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm).
Fri 4 Nov, 21:15
Tickets for each film can then be obtained
in person at the box office or at the venue
before the film (subject to availability). You
must show your pass and a form of ID to
obtain your tickets.
The Master Cleanse
Sat 5 Nov, 13:00
Johnny Galecki (of The Big Bang
Theory fame) stars in this darkly comic
story about the emotional baggage
that we all carry inside.
Tue 8 Nov, 17:45
Murder and mayhem ensue in this
thrilling gothic tale about a young
woman trapped in a loveless
marriage of convenience.
I Am Not a Serial Killer
A United Kingdom
Sat 5 Nov, 15:00
Max Records and Christopher Lloyd
star in this dark thriller based on the
best selling YA novel about a troubled
teen who stumbles across a murderer.
Tue 8 Nov, 20:00
David Oyelowo and Rosamund
Pike bring to life one of the great
forbidden romances of the 20th
Train to Busan
Sat 5 Nov, 20:30
South Korea’s box office sensation
zombie action horror movie set on
a runaway train, layered with social
commentary and black comedy.
Wed 9 Nov, 17:45
An outrageously funny, shocking and
thought provoking mockumentary about
a radical street theatre group using
jawdropping stunts to get attention.
The Red Turtle + Q&A
Aliens 30th Anniversary
Sun 6 Nov, 15:45
The first non-Japanese co-production
from the legendary Studio Ghibli is a
truly enchanting and visually stunning
dialogue-free animated feature.
Wed 9 Nov, 20:15
James Cameron’s thrilling follow-up
to Alien is one of the greatest action
films of all time as well as a sci-fi
Psychonauts, The Forgotten
The Animatrix + The Matrix
The visual realisation of Daft
Punk’s second studio album
Discovery, Interstella 5555 is a
unique fantasy musical adventure.
Sun 6 Nov, 18:00
Hauntingly strange animation based
on the cult graphic novel by Alberto
Thu 10 Nov, 18:00 + 20:30
In 1999 this dystopian sci-fi hit wowed
audiences with its reality-shattering
plot, jaw-dropping action sequences
and stunning sound and visual effects.
Mon 7 Nov, 17:45
A glorious big screen adventure with
sumptuous cinematography about the
lives of the extraordinary Cousteau
Fri 11 Nov, 20:30
A lurid, provocative and sensual thriller
from Korean maestro Park Chan-wook
(Old Boy) about seduction, intrigue,
duplicity and betrayal.
Stop Making Sense
Mon 7 Nov, 20:30
The most acclaimed mountain film
of the decade, Meru is a captivating
documentary about three climbers
and their greatest ever challenge.
Sun 13 Nov, 20:30
Talking Heads’ 1984 stage show is
the greatest concert film experience of
all time, shown here in its full digital
restoration with full concert sound.
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Cover artwork by Graham
Pilling from a LIFF30 and
Leeds Inspired poster
If you like what you see with the YA Delegate Pass and want to experience
more of LIFF30, then you can use your pass to get discounted tickets to a
further 15 films in the programme at some of the festival’s other fantastic
venues. The films below are a great cross-section of the programme,
showcasing new and exciting dramas, thrillers and documentaries from
around the world.
Book online, present your pass at City Centre Box Office or on the door
and get a ticket for just £5.50* — that’s more than a third off the normal
price of a ticket.
*subject to availability
A Man Called Ove
Fri 4 Nov, 16:15 & Sun 6 Nov,
16:15, Everyman Leeds
A young documentary filmmaker
accompanies an ambulance crew as
war approaches in Gaza.
Fri 4 Nov, 18:15 & Sat 5 Nov,
20:45, Vue in The Light
A moving comic crowd-pleaser about
a grumpy widower whose routine is
upset by the arrival of new neighbours.
Don’t Call Me Son
Sat 5, 16:15, Sun 6, 20:30 & Mon
7 Nov, 18:45, Everyman Leeds
A rebellious, cross-dressing teen’s
world is turned upside down when he
discovers he was stolen at birth.
Sat 5 Nov, 14:00 & Tue 8 Nov,
20:30, Vue in The Light
19 year-old South Pacific islander
Soane rebels against his father and
travels to France to play rugby.
A Monster Calls
Sun 13 Nov, 15:15, Hyde Park
Andrew Garfield stars in a gruesome,
pounding war film based on the true
story of a pacificist who saved 75 men
during the bloodiest battle of WWII.
Sun 13 Nov, 13:00, Hyde Park
Based on the acclaimed novel the
film by J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage)
tells the story of a troubled young
boy visited by a tree-shaped monster.
Here is Harold
The Noonday Witch
Mon 14 Nov, 18:00 & Thu 17 Nov,
18:00, Vue in The Light
When IKEA open next to Harold’s
family-run furniture shop, he decides
to kidnap IKEA’s founder for revenge.
Sun 13 Nov, 12:00, Vue in The Light
Sun-drenched horror dripping with
menace and foreboding about a
widowed mother and daughter
stalked by a mysterious presence.
Sun 6 Nov, 13:45, Vue in The Light
Spielberg’s classic monster movie
about a killer great white shark
accompanied by John Williams’s
Sat 5 Nov, 20:30, Hyde Park
A chance to see LIFF30’s opening
zen-like comedy drama film from
acclaimed director Jim Jarmusch, and
starring Adam Driver (Star Wars: TFA)
Those Who Jump
Sun 6 Nov, 11:00, Vue in The Light
Another great collaboration between
Steven Spielberg and John Williams,
Jurassic Park is a phenomenal feat of
fantasy filmmaking on an epic scale.
Tue 8, 16:30, Sun 13, 18:30 & Tue
15 Nov, 20:00, Town Hall Albert Room
Unprecedented documentary about
an African migrant trying to cross the
border from Mali to Spain.
Tue 8 Nov, 17:30, Hyde Park
Inspired by an odd true story from
the 1950s when the Swedish Home
Research Institute decided to monitor
the behaviour of men in their kitchens.
Sun 6 Nov, 20:15 & Wed 9 Nov,
19:30, Town Hall Albert Room
A group of pioneers are reinventing
agriculture, energy, democracy and
education for a sustainable future.
Wed 9 Nov, 20:30, Hyde Park
Owen Suskind was unable to
speak as a child due to autism,
until he discovered a unique way to
communicate through Disney films.
For full details of the venues including accessibility,
go to leedsfilm.com.
You can find the full LIFF30 programme online and
you can request a FREE 100-page LIFF30 Guide at
So you want to work in
As well as an incredible film programme LIFF30 also includes some FREE
industry events on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th November for people
interested in working in the film, TV and media industry.
These sessions, Q&As, panels and socials give you the chance to meet
people in the industry, get advice, get your hands on the latest filmmaking
equipment, find out how to get your film selected at film festivals and
network with other like-minded people. If you have a YA Delegate Pass
you can also attend the Yorkshire Short Film Competition for FREE and see
the finest short films that our region has to offer.
Provision Drop-in Event
Sat 12 Nov, 10:00 - 12:00, Albert Room, Leeds Town Hall
Curious about the latest developments in filmmaking equipment? Always dreamt of having a
go with a professional camera? Provision are coming in, bringing a range of cameras and
accessories with them for you to try out. It’s free, it’s informal, just have a nosy look around
and ask all those tech questions you have struggled finding answers to.
How to Get into the Media Industry
Sat 12 Nov, 12:30, Albert Room, Leeds Town Hall
Getting a foot into the creative industries can feel difficult. But you don’t have to be a young
Christopher Nolan or friends with Kristen Stewart. We invited professionals from various
sections of the industry, working independently or as part of big companies such as ITV, for a
panel discussion of How to Get Into the Media Industry.
Yorkshire Short Film Competition (FREE with YA Delegate Pass or £8.50 / £6.50
without) Sat 12 Nov, 16:15, Hyde Park Picture House
Join the Short FIlm City jury in celebrating Yorkshire’s filmmaking talent in a wide-ranging
programme that features post-apocalyptic and World War 1 dramas; tragic, humorous and
personal documentaries about mental health and marriage; a warm and poignant celebration
of dancing; and many more treats besides.
Networking Drinks and Short Film City Awards
Sat 12 Nov, 19:00, The Festival Bar, Leeds Town Hall Crypt
Meet the festival team and other industry professionals at the festival bar for a chat and a laugh.
You might pick up some advice or cheeky industry gossip. Who knows who you might end up
talking to? We will also announce the winners of our BAFTA and Academy Award qualifying
short film competitions. Make sure to put your name on the guest list through leedsfilm.com.
Meet the Programmers
Sun 13 Nov, 11:00, Albert Room, Leeds Town Hall
LIFF30 is showing more than 200 short films this year but our programmers watched and
considered far more than 3000 shorts for the festival, most of them of very high quality. So
how do you make your film stand out? That’s the question film programmers from festivals
across Europe will be discussing at Meet the Programmers.
Part of Leeds Young Film