25/10/2016 12:00 AM


See 15 films for £15 at LIFF30


With over 300 films and events at 30th Leeds International Film Festival (3-17 November), we know it can be daunting finding 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 them get the most out of the festival and see some amazing films. Young people aged 15-18 can get a YA Delegate Pass for just £15 that gives access to 15 incredible films listed below in our premiere venue, Victoria Hall in the Leeds Town Hall.

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These include Interstella 5555 (pictured) The Master Cleanse, I Am Not A Serial Killer, Train to Busan, The Red Turtle (+Q&A), Psychonauts, The Forgotten Children, The Odyssey, Meru, Lady Macbeth, A United Kingdom, November, Aliens (30th Anniversary), The Animatrix + The Matrix, The Handmaiden and Stop Making Sense.
Not only that, but with the YA Delegate Pass young people aged 15-18 can use the 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.

Ambulance, Don't Call Me Son, Hacksaw Ridge, Here is Harold, Jaws, Jurassic Park, Life, Animated, A Man Called Ove, Mercenary, The Noonday Witch, Paterson (HPPH screening), Those Who Jump and Tomorrow.
 
For full details of the films in the YA Programme, and also information of our 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 leeds.film@leeds.gov.uk
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