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25 March - 5 April 2013

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Leeds College of Art hosts a vibrant and inspiring collection of arts-based courses aimed at students in school years 4 to 13. Students have the opportunity to explore a wide range of creative subjects in industry standard studios and workshops. Young people and children will realise their ideas and broaden their expertise exploring different materials, techniques and opportunities. The Saturday Art School believes everybody is an artist.

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Welcome to the 2013 Leeds Young Film Festival presented by MediaFish! Welcome to the 14th Leeds Young Film Festival presented by MediaFish! We’re a dedicated group of young people from Leeds who love film. We meet in the Leeds Film Academy every week to plan the Film Festival and decide on which films we want to show. Regardless of your age and film taste, the festival has something for you - from our early years screenings including Scooby Doo and Capelito to a special preview of the new Disney film The Odd Life of Timothy Green, you won’t be disappointed! This year we’re also celebrating some great milestones in cinema history, so check out some of the films that were made 10, 25, 50 or even 80 years ago! To find out everything that the festival has to offer, check out the rest of the brochure or visit www.leedsyoungfilm.com Enjoy the festival! The MediaFish team Aadil Aidan Alex Alfie Campbell Dylan

Emma Freya Gage Jamie Laura Ruby

MediaFish

For 2013 Leeds Young Film Festival is very proud to support the Child Friendly Leeds initiative which aims to make Leeds a place where children are valued, supported, enjoy growing up, and look forward to a bright future. We’ve always believed that children and young people should enjoy the amazing culture that Leeds has to offer and that the Film Festival delivers something special and unique. For our 14th edition we have once again scoured the planet to bring you the best new and unseen films, including some magical movies that you’ll never see at the multiplex or at home. For those of you who want to do more than just watch films, the Film Academy programme is back bigger than ever with lots of exciting workshops and masterclasses aimed at giving you the chance to go behind the scenes and learn more about the moving image industry (see pages 28-33). The festival now hosts three young filmmaking competitions celebrating young filmmaking talent (including the brand new Leeds Young Music Video Awards with East Leeds FM) so it has never been a better time to be a young filmmaker in the city. With our under 19 ticket price still just £2 per film and passes for the whole festival starting at just £10 why not bring your friends and family and spend Easter immersed in the big wide world of film! Martin & the Leeds Young Film Team


Tickets & Passes Individual Screenings and Events Tickets can be bought from the City Centre Box Office (10am – 6pm, Mon – Sat), or from Hyde Park Picture House. You can also buy tickets online at www.leedsyoungfilm.com and at www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk. Tickets will not be posted out. They can be collected from City Centre Box Office up to the day of the event or from Hyde Park Picture House prior to the event.

Unde r £2.0 19 0

All Films

UNDER 19s £2.00

ADULTS £5.00 / £4.00 conc

See individual Masterclass and Workshop write ups for prices and booking info.

Family Film Fun Day Saturday 30 March (Page 14) The Family Film Fun Day is aimed at our youngest viewers (starting at 3+) and their families with activities in the cinema including Scooby Doo (and the actual Mystery Machine), a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party with Alice in Wonderland plus competitions, activities and much, much more.

All Events / Films

UNDER 19s

ADULTS

£2.00

£5.00 / £4.00 conc

Alternatively why not save money and buy a pass for all the events - you can come to as many or as few of the activities as you like or stay for everything from 10am - 2pm.

Double Pass (Young person + 1 adult) Family Pass (Up to 4 people, max 2 adults)

£10.00 £15.00

VIP Golden Tickets Our top-of-the-range special VIP Golden Tickets give you access to all screenings, masterclasses and events taking place at the Hyde Park Picture House with a huge saving over individual ticket prices.

4-5

Single Pass (Child or adult) £15.00 save over £50! Double Pass (Max 1 adult) £25.00 save over £100!! Family Pass

(Up to 6 people, max 2 adults) £40.00

save over £300!!!


Classification Where British Board of Film Classification certification exists, it will be indicated next to the film. Where films are not certified by the BBFC, the Film Festival has recommended its own rating next to the film - these are all pending licensing approval and are subject to change. See website for up-to-date ratings.

U, PG, 12A, 15 For more details about film content and recommended ages, go to leedsyoungfilm.com or ring Leeds Young Film on 0113 247 8398. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult in the cinema. We are not responsible for anyone left alone in the cinema or any belongings taken into the cinema. Premiere or preview: denotes that the film is being screened ahead of a general release or is being shown for the first time in England, the UK, Europe or the world! Audio described screening: cinema audio description is a service for people with visual impairments. As well as the usual film soundtrack, a recorded narrator explains what’s happening through individual headphones. Ask at the cinema to borrow a pair of A.D. headphones. Babes-in-arms screening: we provide a relaxed environment, where parents and carers can relax and enjoy the film, while babies and toddlers are free to be themselves.


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Venues Leeds Town Hall Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 3AD 0113 234 8080 Buses 49, 50, 50A stop outside the Art Gallery. Buses 1, 28, 56, 92, 97, 97A stop around the corner on Albion St. Ten minute walk from Leeds train station. Paid on-street parking nearby or in The Light. Access: Main entrance on The Headrow via main steps, level access on ground floor via The Headrow entrance, with lift to all floors. Wheelchair accessible toilets.

Hyde Park Picture House Brudenell Road, Leeds, LS6 1JD 0113 275 2045 From city centre take A660 towards Headingley. At Hyde Park corner turn left on to Hyde Park Road. Take the fourth right onto Brudenell Road. Buses 1, 28, 92, 95, 96, 97, 97A to Hyde Park Corner (5 min walk), 56 stops outside the cinema. Access: Free on street parking around the cinema. Street level access to stalls via fire exit. No wheelchair accessible toilets. Guide Dogs welcome.

North East Leeds City Learning Centre Talbot Avenue, Leeds, LS17 6SF 0113 288 3500 From Street Lane, turn down Talbot Road, then turn right on to Talbot Avenue. Buses 2 to Street Lane, 3, 3A to Lidgett Lane (via rear entrance). Free parking in Allerton Grange School car park. Access: Level access on ground floor via main entrance, with lift to all floors. Wheelchair accessible toilets.

Logistik Studio Carlton Trading Estate, Pickering Street, Leeds, LS12 2QG 0113 224 4800 From Kirkstall Road (A65) turn left up Viaduct Road, then third left onto Pickering Street. Buses 72, 85, 87 to Armley Road Pickering Street, 5 to Canal Road. Free on street parking around studio. Access: No wheelchair access.


23rd May – 2nd June

Milestones in Cinema Since the birth of cinema in Leeds 125 years ago there have been some important milestones in cinema and film history, including 100 years since the BBFC first started rating films and 50 years since the first multiplex cinema opened.

BIYF proudly presents eleven days of performances and workshops by and for young people across Leeds, in dance, music, drama, film, visual art and literature. Whatever your interest there will be something for you! The festival is programmed by young people for young people aged 13-19. This year you will be able to take part in arts activities all across Leeds including in the new Trinity shopping centre.

100 s year

Louis Le Prince shoots first film footage in Leeds

Hyde Park Picture House Opens

1913

1927

1888

Birth of Indian Cinema

Dates to remember! BIYF Live! on Briggate – Saturday 25th May BIYF Live! at the Carriageworks – Saturday 1st June

First sound film released (The Jazz Singer)

1914

First film given BBFC rating

50 s year

First Imax cinema opened First use of CGI (The Andromeda Strain)

1963

1971

First appearance of Doctor Who

25 s year 1988

First Multiplex opens Hitchcock’s The Birds released (see page 17)

Studio Ghibli release My Neighbour Totoro (see page 12)

1995

Twister is first film released on DVD

Pixar create Toy Story, the first computer animated feature film

1996

1999

Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace is first digitally projected film


The timeline below shows some of these important dates in the history of the moving image, as well as some memorable films that have been released during the last century, some of which you can find in the 2013 Leeds Young Film Festival programme.

Disney released first animated film (Steamboat Willie) 1928

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1929

King Kong released (see page 17)

First Academy Awards Ceremony

1933

First film shot in Technicolour

1935

75 years

1956

1940

BAFTA is formed

The Wizard of Oz is the first feature film to be shown on TV

1947

First commercial 3D film released

Disney’s Fantasia is first film released with stereo sound

10 years 2003

Avatar becomes first $1 billion grossing film

2012 2013

Home DVD rentals overtake VHS for first time

2009

The Hobbit is first film exhibited digitally at 48 frames per second

1939


Wednesday 27 March 2013 Leeds Young Filmmaker Golden Owl Awards 7.00pm Leeds Town Hall (doors open 6.00pm) ArtForms, Leeds Young Film Festival and Logistik are delighted to present the 2013 Golden Owl Awards, celebrating the work of Leeds schools, community groups and individual filmmakers. This ‘Oscars’ style red carpet, black tie extravaganza will showcase the best new films from the emerging talent across the city in the splendour of Leeds Town Hall with awards being handed out by local dignitaries and celebrities. Expect to see some famous faces from film and TV and the sounds of Leeds Youth Jazz and Training Orchestras filling the auditorium as well as one or two other surprises throughout the night! You can follow the action as it unfolds as Young Bloggers working with North East Leeds City Centre will be documenting the day to share online. This is a free public event, however tickets are very limited. If you wish to attend, please contact the City Centre Box Office on 0113 224 3801 for more information.

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Thursday 28 March Opening Gala: The Odd Life of Timothy Green 6.30pm Hyde Park Picture House Also screening on Wednesday 3 April at 6.15pm Director: Peter Hedges Country: USA Year: 2012 Runtime: 105 mins Language: English

Following many failed attempts a young couple discover that they cannot have children. Drowning their sorrows they list all the wonderful attributes and achievements a child of theirs would have and bury them in a box in the garden. Next morning, following a terrible storm, a young boy appears, although Timothy Green is not all that he seems... The Odd Life of Timothy Green is directed by Peter Hedges who rose to success with the adaptation of his own novel What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? which earned Leonardo di Caprio an Academy Award® nomination. His adaptation of Nick Hornby’s About A Boy was also Oscar nominated in 2002. Jennifer Garner (Juno, Electra) and Joel Edgerton (Star Wars Ep.II Attack of the Clones) play Timothy’s parents but it is newcomer CJ Adams who steals the film with his portrayal of Timothy, a boy looking for a home and a place to belong. With a supporting cast including such great stars as Dianne Wiest, M Emmett Walsh, David Morse and introducing rapper Common as Coach Cal, the latest offering from Disney is sure to be a huge hit on release, so come and be the first to see it at this special preview. Fantasy, Comedy, Drama See this if you liked: Pinocchio, About A Boy, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? See also: Big Fish, Tony 10, Alfie the Little Werewolf

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Friday 29 March 11.00am My Neighbour Totoro Hyde Park Picture House 1.00pm Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Hyde Park Picture House 3.00pm FREE Behind the Scenes Tour Hyde Park Picture House 4.00pm Cinema Paradiso Hyde Park Picture House 6.30pm Beetlejuice Hyde Park Picture House

My Neighbour Totoro Director: Hayao Miyazaki Country: Japan Year: 1988 Runtime: 86 mins Language: English

Two young sisters, Satsuke and Mei, move into a house in the country with their father to be closer to their hospitalised mother. The girls discover that the nearby forest is inhabited by magical creatures called Totoros who take them on magical adventures. Created by Hayao Miyazaki, My Neighbour Totoro has been entertaining children for generations. Fantasy, Adventure See this if you liked: Up, Ponyo, Coraline See also: , Alfie the Little Werewolf, The Iron Giant

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Director: Robert Zemeckis Country: USA Year: 1988 Runtime: 104 mins Language: English

www.leedsyoungfilm.com www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801 Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045

A ‘toon hating detective Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) is hired by star actor Roger Rabbit to snoop on his wife Jessica. But when Roger becomes the prime suspect in a murder, Eddie might be the cartoon rabbit’s only hope. The mix of live action and animation was groundbreaking in 1988 and still looks great today. Comedy, Action, Crime

12 - 13

See this if you liked: Shrek, Toy Story, Monster House See also: Wickie & the Treasure of the Gods, Alice in Wonderland, Felix, Net & Nika

“A magical film for children and adults of all ages that you can watch over and over” - Mo, Leeds Young Film


25th

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Cinema Paradiso

25th

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Director: Giuseppe Tornatore Country: Italy/France Year: 1988 Runtime: 118 mins Language: Italian with English Subs

A famous filmmaker recalls his childhood, when he fell in love with the movies at the Cinema Paradiso and formed a deep friendship with the theatre’s projectionist, Alfredo, who first introduced him to films. Returning to the Sicilian villlge for the first time in almost 30 years he recalls his past life and loves. A magical film for anyone with a love of cinema, regardless of age. Drama See this if you liked: Life is Beautiful, Amelie, (500) Days of Summer See also: Approved for Adoption, Ernest & Celestine

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Beetlejuice 25th

Director: Tim Burton Country: USA Year: 1988 Runtime: 92 mins Language: English

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Micheal Keaton plays the ‘ghost with the most’ in this zany comedy-horror that kick-started Tim Burton’s career and introduced us to Winona Ryder. When the recently deceased Maitlands find that their house is now owned by the tasteless Deetzs, they turn to the bio-exorcist Beetlejuice for help, which may be the biggest mistake of their (after)lives!

Comedy, Horror See this if you liked: The Goonies, Drop Dead Fred, Edward Scissorhands See also: Neverwhere, Big Fish

“The film that makes the afterlife look so exciting you’ll jump out of your skin” - Nick, Leeds Young Film


Saturday 30 March

Family Film Fun Day 10.00am Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy! with the Mystery Machine Hyde Park Picture House 12.00pm Mad Hatter’s Tea Party with Alice in Wonderland Hyde Park Picture House 2.30pm Neverwhere Leeds homeless event Hyde Park Picture House

Anime Double Bill 6.45pm Oblivion Island Hyde Park Picture House 8.45pm Berserk 2 Hyde Park Picture House

www.leedsyoungfilm.com www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801 Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045

14 - 15

Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy! Director: Chuck Sheetz Country: USA Year: 2006 Runtime: 110 mins (film 80 mins) Language: English

Kicking off our 2013 Family Film Fun Day we have an extra-special Scooby Doo event aimed at getting our younger audience involved with the Film Festival. Recommended 3+ (and for bigger kids as well) there will be a Scooby Doo treasure hunt, lots of Scooby Doo related activities and a screening of the 2006 animated film Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy! in which Scooby and the gang find themselves in the Bermuda Triangle beset by skeleton ghost pirates! A real-life Mystery Machine will be making an appearance at the event so you can have your photo taken in it with Scooby Doo himself!

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party with Alice in Wonderland Director: Tim Burton Country: USA Year: 2010 Runtime: 108 mins Language: English

Continuing the Great Big Family Film Day we are inviting you to a very special tea party. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy with us in the cinema while watching Tim Burton’s magical adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, where 19 year old Alice finds herself back down the rabbit hole after years of being away. Toys and fancy dress are welcomed and encouraged, with prizes for the best costumes! Fantasy Action, Adventure See this if you liked: The Chronicles of Narnia, Pirates of the Caribbean, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory See also: Oblivion Island, Big Fish, Wickie and the Treasure of the Gods


Neverwhere TV series Director: Dewi Humphreys Country: UK Year: 1996 Runtime: 180 mins with interval (event 240 mins) Language: English

When Richard Mayhew, a young office worker in London, helps a mysterious young woman called Door who is being pursued by two assassins, he cannot imagine the adventures that lie ahead of him in the fantastical ‘London Below’ where magic and monsters are real. “One of Neil Gaiman’s greatest Created by Neil Gaiman (Sandman, Coraline) and Lenny Henry (Comic creations, Neverwhere is one Relief) for the BBC it has since been turned into a novel, a comic book of the BBC’s hidden gems” and now a brand new BBC Radio 4 adaptation starring James McAvoy, Martin, Leeds Young Film Benedict Cumberbatch, Sophie Okonedo and Sir Christopher Lee. The series also aimed to highlight issues facing the homeless and people who had fallen through the cracks in society. We are proud to welcome Shelter, Simon on the Streets and Envision to the event to talk about the important work they do with young people in Leeds. Following the screening there will also be a live Skype link up with Mike Carey (award-winning author and writer of Marvel’s X-Men: Legacy) who adapted Neverwhere into comic book form in 2005.

Oblivion Island

Berserk 2

Director: Shinsuke Sato Country: Japan Year: 2009 Runtime: 100 mins Language: English

Director: Toshiyuki Kubooka Country: Japan Year: 2012 Runtime: 95 mins Language: Japanese with English subtitles

Teenager Haruka has lost her mirror - a precious childhood gift from her mother that mysteriously disappeared. While following a strange creature in the woods, she tumbles into a mystical world where once-cherished toys and treasures go when their owners neglect them. Join Haruka and her new friend Teo on a roller coaster ride of adventure in this incredible fantasy world!

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Lone mercenary Guts travels the land, cutting down his opponents with unrivalled swordsmanship. His ferocity and strength attracts the attention of Griffith, leader of the mercenary group The Bank of the Hawk, and Guts is recruited to the unit. The bond between them deepens, but despite all their success, Guts starts to question their relationship.

Fantasy, Action, Adventure

Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure

See this if you liked: Monsters Inc., Toy Story See also: Felix, Net & Nika, My Neighbour Totoro

See this if you liked: Trigun, Bleach, Dredd See also: Oblivion Island, Approved for Adoption


Sunday 31 March

Monsters and Aliens Day 11.00am The Iron Giant Hyde Park Picture House 1.00pm Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Hyde Park Picture House 3.00pm DIY Special Effects Hyde Park Picture House see page 28 4.15pm King Kong Hyde Park Picture House 6.30pm Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan Hyde Park Picture House 8.15pm The Birds Hyde Park Picture House

www.leedsyoungfilm.com www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801 Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045

The Iron Giant Director: Brad Bird Country: USA Year: 1999 Runtime: 86 mins Language: English

Playful Leeds invite you to enjoy a special screening of the classic 1999 animation The Iron Giant, based on the 1968 novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Set in 1957 it tells the story of a lonely boy named Hogarth raised by his mother (the widow of an Air Force pilot), who discovers an iron giant who fell from space. The selection of the film and Robot Animate! workshop (see page 30) launches The March of the Robots, a year long programme of events, films, workshops, talks and playfulness culminating in a city wide Robot take over in 2014! To win one of two Family Golden Tickets for the festival head over to www.playfulleeds.co.uk to enter your details into a prize draw.

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Director: Nick Park & Steve Box Country: UK / USA Year: 2005 Runtime: 85 mins Language: English

Wallace and Gromit’s first full length feature film is a wonderful homage to classic horror movies of the 20th century. Our intrepid heroes, under the guise of their new business venture ‘Anti-Pesto’, set out to discover the mystery behind the garden sabotage that plagues their village and threatens the annual giant vegetable growing contest.

Comedy, Action, Thriller

16 - 17

See this if you liked: Ratatouille, Monsters vs. Aliens See also: Alfie the Little Werewolf, Ernest & Celestine, The New Adventures of Capelito

“Celebrate the robot take over of Leeds with the heartwarming story of The Iron Giant” - Emma, Playful Leeds


Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan Director: Gilles Penso Country: France Year: 2011 Runtime: 95 mins Language: English

Famous for the stop-motion special effects in films such as Clash of the Titans and Jason and the Argonauts Ray Harryhausen is considered one of the greatest special effects artists ever. Shot over five years this definitive documentary gives unprecedented access to his collection of models, artwork and miniatures. Tributes also come from Tim Burton, Steven Speilberg, Terry Gilliam, Robert Zemeckis, Guillermo Del Toro and many more. Documentary See this if you liked: Clash of the Titans, Jason and the Argonauts, Frankenweenie See also: Oblivion Island, King Kong, Beetlejuice

King Kong Director: Merian C Cooper & Ernest B Schoedsack Country: USA Year: 1933 Runtime: 108 mins Language: English

When a film crew travels to Skull Island to finish their picture, none of them can imagine the horror that awaits them in the form of a giant gorilla. One of the most famous monster movies of all time, King Kong made an instant star out of actress Fay Wray. The first film ever to have a score written especially for it, the original King Kong is still an incredible spectacle to behold.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock Country: USA Year: 1963 Runtime: 119 mins Language: English

50th

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Fantasy, Adventure, Horror See this if you liked: Jurassic Park, Godzilla, Monsters See also: Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan, Kirikou and the Men and Women, The Birds

The Birds

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Having only just met, spoiled socialite Melanie Daniels pursues lawyer Mitch Brenner to the coastal town of Bodega Bay. When Melanie sails across the bay to deliver a lovebird to Mitch’s sister, she is attacked by a gull on her way back. Before long the town is attacked by marauding birds of all varieties. As well as a horror film, The Birds is also a tense study of violence, loneliness, and complacency. Horror, Drama

“The Birds is a deeply scary film because the ‘monsters’ are so ordinary and they’re all around us” Alex, Leeds Film

See this if you liked: Psycho, 28 Days Later, Final Destination See also: Chronicle, Tall Tales & Local Legends Storytelling event, King Kong


Monday 1 April

Young Filmmakers’ Day

Young Filmmakers’ Day

Leeds Young Film Festival celebrates films made BY young people as well as FOR them, and the Young Filmmakers’ Day is a showcase of some of the best up and coming talent in the UK and the world.

Hyde Park Picture House

2.45pm Short Film Panorama

The 2013 INDIs young filmmakers’ competition showcases the best UK short films made by young people who are making films without professional support or schools’ involvement. The competition is about innovation, a raw talent in filmmaking and clever or engaging storytelling with a DIY approach.

3.45pm Independent Directions (INDIs) Young Filmmaker Awards 15-19 + 20-25

A short film panorama of the best short films for young people from around the world will be shown between the two halves of the competition. See www.leedsyoungfilm.com for more information.

1.00pm Independent Directions (INDIs) Young Filmmaker Awards Under 10 + 11-14

Storytelling Evening Hyde Park Picture House

6.00pm Tall Tales and Local Legends with Matthew Bellwood see page 28 7.30pm Headingley Litfest presents Big Fish

www.leedsyoungfilm.com www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801 Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045

18 - 19

Headingley Litfest presents Big Fish Director: Tim Burton Country: USA Year: 2003 Runtime: 125 mins Language: English

Tim Burton’s adaptation of Daniel Wallace’s novel fits the ‘Lives and Loves’ theme of this year’s Headingley Litfest perfectly. The story tells of a man trying to learn more about his dying father’s life by recreating the fantastic stories he has been told over the years. Fans of storytelling should check out the ‘Tall Tales and Local Legends’ event preceding the screening. Buy tickets for both and save £1.00. Drama, Fantasy, Adventure See this if you liked: Mirrormask, Where the Wild Things Are, The Princess Bride See also: Beetlejuice, Tom the Truant

This event is FREE but tickets must still be reserved through the City Centre Box Office. Anyone attending the Young Filmmakers’ Day can get free tickets for the Tall Tales and Local Legends storytelling event and the screening of Big Fish. Independent Directions is sponsored by the IAC, the Film & Video Institute, who provide support and guidance to all independent filmmakers.


6—8PM:

THE AWARDS

EVERYONE WELCOME Music videos, live performances, speeches and tears.

8—10PM:

THE AFTER SHOW

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14YEARS OLD & OVER Live Music from the amazing Hawk Eyes ‘Possibly Britain’s most exciting new band’ Classic Rock Magazine, and local heroes Two Sevens Party DJs.

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Tuesday 2 April 10.00am Film: Doc Filmmaking Project NE Leeds City Learning Centre see page 29 10.00am Minecraft Gaming Workshop Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall see page 29 11.00am The New Adventures of Capelito (and other shorts) Hyde Park Picture House 1.00pm Tom the Truant Hyde Park Picture House 1.30pm Make Your Own Film Festival Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall see page 30 3.00pm Wickie and the Treasure of the Gods Hyde Park Picture House 5.00pm Felix, Net & Nika Hyde Park Picture House 6.00pm Leeds Young Music Video Awards Brudenell Social Club see page 19 7.00pm Ernest & Celestine Hyde Park Picture House see page 22

20 - 21

The New Adventures of Capelito (and other shorts)

U

Director: Rodolfo Pastor Country: Spain Year: 2012 Runtime: 80 mins Language: No Dialogue

Animated sequel to the 2012 LYFF hit, Capelito, a mushroom with a magic hat, gets into lots of hilarious escapades including a fishing trip, a fairground ride and even a jungle adventure. Aimed at pre-school with no dialogue Capelito is a wonderful introduction to cinema. Screening with a selection of other short films also aimed at 3 - 5 year olds. See website for full line-up. Comedy, Adventure See this if you liked: Pingu, Tree-Fu Tom, Monsters Inc. See also: Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Alfie the Little Werewolf, Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy! Recommended 3+

Tom the Truant

“Capelito and his magic hat are back for more hilarious adventures....amazing!” - Aidan, MediaFish

PG

Director: Manuel Pradal Country: France Year: 2012 Runtime: 89 mins Language: French with English subtitles

A class of five-year-old children gets lost in the forest after their schoolteacher faints from eating wild berries. All alone, they encounter a fourteenyear-old runaway, Tom the Truant, who strikes a deal with them: he will take them back to their parents, safe and sound, when they have forgotten everything they learned in school. Comedy, Adventure See this if you liked: Home Alone, Finding Nemo, Oliver! See also: The Sparticle Mystery Event, Tony 10, The Odd Life of Timothy Green Recommended 10+ due to some scenes of mild peril and occasional use of mild bad language.

“A colourful surreal comedy adventure seen through the eyes of children” - Ruby, MediaFish


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Wickie and the Treasure of the Gods

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Director: Christian Ditter Country: German Year: 2012 Runtime: 96 mins Language: German with English subs

From the director of The Crocodiles (previous LYFF audience award winner) comes a comedy action adventure for kids. When the mighty Viking Halvar suddenly disappears, his clever but timid son Wickie must lead the Vikings on a dangerous journey to rescue his father from the evil Sven and go in search of the legendary treasure of the gods. Fantasy, Action, Adventure See this if you liked: The Crocodiles, The Goonies, Thor See also: Oblivion Island, The Sparticle Mystery Event Recommended 8+ due to some scenes that might scare young children

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Felix, Net & Nika

“Vikings, Norse Gods, magic, treasure and eskimos - what’s not to like?” - Campbell, MediaFish

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Director: Wiktor Skrzynecki Country: Poland Year: 2012 Runtime: 104 mins Language: Polish with English subtitles

A comedy about the friendship between the three teens Felix, Net and Nika, who travel through time and deal with important issues. Felix is a young inventor, Net excels in computers and Nika has paranormal skills. On their travels they encounter many difficulties, but their strong friendship and skills help them overcome even the greatest hardships. Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure See this if you liked: Back to the Future, Super 8, Paranorman See also: The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Tony 10 Recommended 12+ due to age of characters and theme and some occasional strong language

“A story about friendship, adventure and mischief - the perfect ingredients for a family film” - Gage, MediaFish


Wednesday 3 April

Ernest & Celestine

U

Also screening on Tues 2 April at 7pm 10.00am Film: Doc Filmmaking Project NE Leeds City Learning Centre see page 29 10.00am Robot Animate! with Playful Leeds Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall see page 30 11.00am Ernest & Celestine Hyde Park Picture House 1.00pm Chronicle with BBFC Masterclass Hyde Park Picture House 1.30pm Blogging workshop Logistik Studios see page 31 1.30pm Child Friendly Leeds Filmmaking Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall see page 31 4.30pm Taking Chances Hyde Park Picture House 6.30pm The Odd LIfe of Timothy Green Hyde Park Picture House

www.leedsyoungfilm.com www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801 Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045

Director: Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar, Benjamin Renner Country: France Year: 2012 Runtime: 80 mins Language: French with English subs

A heart-warming, wonderfully-animated family adventure based on the best-selling children’s books by Belgian writer and illustrator Gabrielle Vincent. When grumpy deadbeat bear Ernest and crafty orphan mouse Celestine cross paths, the two become inseparable friends and embark on a journey that will turn their worlds upside down. Comedy, Drama, Adventure See this if you liked: Kung-Fu Panda, Up, Madagascar See also: Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Kirikou and the Men and Women, Scooby-Doo Recommended 5+ due to subtitles

Chronicle with free BBFC Masterclass Director: Josh Trank Country: USA Year: 2012 Runtime: 180 mins (film 84 mins) Language: English

Chronicle is a dark urban take on the superhero genre that looks at what might happen if we possess power we can’t control or fully understand. For Andrew, Matt and Steve these powers are initially fun but soon their abilities threaten to tear their friendship, themselves and the world apart. The screening will be preceded by a talk by the BBFC and will be followed by a look at the difference between the 12A and 15 versions of the film. Sci-Fi, Action, Thriller

22 - 23

See this if you liked: Cloverfield, Spider-Man, Carrie See also: Berserk 2, Felix, Net & Nika, King Kong

“One of the audience favourites at 2012 Leeds International Film Festival, everybody will love Ernest & Celestine” - Chris, Leeds Film


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Taking Chances

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Director: Nicole van Kilsdonk Country: Netherlands / Belgium Year: 2011 Runtime: 86 mins Language: Dutch with English subtitles

Kiek is worried that her father, a doctor in war-torn Africa, could be killed by a stray bullet. Her childish logic leads her to do strange things that decrease the odds of her having a dead father including giving up the lead in the school play and owning a dead mouse. A darkly comic drama about a child’s realisation that adults are not indestructible. Drama, Comedy See this if you liked: Hugo, Spirited Away, Finding Nemo See also: Cinema Paradiso, Tony 10, Sparticle Mystery Recommended 10+ due to theme and suggestions of behaviour that could be imitable by younger children

The Odd Life of Timothy Green Director: Peter Hedges Country: USA Year: 2012 Runtime: 105 mins Language: English

Following many failed attempts a young couple discover that they cannot have children. Drowning their sorrows they list all the wonderful attributes and achievements a child of theirs would have and bury them in a box in the garden. Next morning, following a terrible storm, a child appears, though Timothy Green is not all that he seems... Fantasy, Comedy, Drama See this if you liked: Pinocchio, About A Boy, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape? See also: Big Fish, Tony 10, Alfie the Little Werewolf

“Taking Chances deals with a serious issue in a funny and enjoyable way” - Emma, MediaFish

Photograph: Victor Arnolds

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Thursday 4 April 10.00am Film: Doc Filmmaking Project NE Leeds City Learning Centre see page 29 10.00am Micro-short Film Challenge Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall see page 32 11.00am Alfie the Little Werewolf Hyde Park Picture House 1.00pm Kirikou and the Men and Women Hyde Park Picture House 1.30pm Animate! Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall see page 32 3.00pm Sparticle Mystery Event Hyde Park Picture House see page 33 4.30pm Tony 10 Hyde Park Picture House 6.30pm Approved for Adoption Hyde Park Picture House

www.leedsyoungfilm.com www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801 Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045

24 - 25

Alfie the Little Werewolf U Director: Joram Lursen Country: The Netherlands Year: 2011 Runtime: 95 mins Language: Dutch with English subtitles

On the night of his seventh birthday, sweet Alfie suddenly changes into a white fluffy werewolf. Alfie doesn’t understand how this has happened and it scares him, because the wolf at night is capable of doing things that the shy boy would not during the day. To add to his troubles his neighbour is intent on trapping the wolf and handing it over to the authorities. A monster film for the very young. Fantasy, Action, Comedy See this if you liked: Monsters vs. Aliens, Shrek, ET See also: Scooby Doo!, Iron Giant, Tom the Truant Recommended 5+ due to subtitles

Kirikou and the Men and Women Director: MIchele Ocelot Country: France Year: 2012 Runtime: 88 mins Language: French with English subtitles

Festival favourite Michel Ocelot (The Princes’ Quest, Tales of the Night) returns with a new film in his Kirikou series about the tiny West African boy with a big mouth and a huge personality. Based on a series of African fables, Kirikou is a pint-sized hero with a thirst for adventure. Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy See this if you liked: The Princes’ Quest, The Incredibles See also: The New Adventures of Capelito, My Neighbour Totoro, Iron Giant Film contains mild threat and natural nudity

“Home Alone meets the Wolfman. An exciting story for young and old(er) kids alike” Alex, MediaFish


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Tony 10

PG

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Director: Mischa Kamp Country: The Netherlands Year: 2012 Runtime: 96 mins Language: Dutch with English subtitles

Nearly ten year old Tony looks forward to his birthday every year as his mum always bakes him a special cake and he gets to drive one of his father’s cranes. However when his parents split up and start to consider divorce Tony is devastated and tries everything to get them back together in time for his 10th birthday. He even calls in the help of the queen! Drama, Comedy See this if you liked: Harry Potter, The Karate Kid See also: Wickie and the Treasure of the Gods, Taking Chances Recommended 8+ due to theme and subtitles

“A bittersweet comedy about growing up, breaking up and making up” - Freya, MediaFish Photograph: Victor Arnolds

Approved for Adoption 12A Director: Laurent Boileau / Jung Country: Belgium/ France/South Korea/Switzerland Year: 2012 Runtime: 70 mins Language: French with English subtitles

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A beautifully animated autobiography about South Korean graphic artist Jung (also the animator) who was adopted by Belgian parents in the 1970s and grew up never knowing his home of birth. The animation is intercut with real home movies and documentary footage of the author returning to Korea for the first time in his 42 year life. Biography, Drama See this if you liked: Persepolis, Waltz with Bashir, Grave of the Fireflies See also: , The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Ernest & Celestine Recommended 12A due to theme and some scenes of mild violence

“The best documentary you will see this year - a truly moving film”- Martin, Leeds Young Film


Friday 5 April 10.00am Film: Doc Filmmaking Project NE Leeds City Learning Centre see page 29 11.00am - 12.00pm BFI Film Academy Showcase Hyde Park Picture House 12.30pm - 2.30pm Golden Owl Winners + Film Festival Showcase Hyde Park Picture House

BFI Film Academy Showcase This is a private event, however if you are interested in attending, please contact the Leeds Young Film Office on 0113 247 8489

The BFI Film Academy offer opportunities for talented and committed young people aged 16-19 from all backgrounds to undertake an intensive programme of film activities led by industry professionals. The programme is being supported by the Department for Education in England who have committed £1m funding. Beta Filmworks (of which Leeds Young Film is a partner) is running one of only two programmes in Yorkshire & Humber and this showcase is an opportunity for the 2013 cohort to exhibit their work and celebrate their success.

Golden Owl Winners + Film Festival Showcase This event is FREE but you must still reserve tickets through the City Centre Box Office on 0113 224 3801 or in person at The Carriageworks.

www.leedsyoungfilm.com www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk City Centre Box Office 0113 224 3801 Hyde Park Picture House 0113 275 2045

26 - 27

Want to see what the talented young filmmakers of Leeds have been up to in the last year? Then make sure you come along to the special Film Festival Showcase. We’ll be screening all the winning Golden Owl Award films (see page 10 for more information about the awards) along with all the short films and animations that are created in the Film Academy during the festival. So if you’ve been to a workshop or won a Golden Owl, here’s your chance to see your work on the big screen. Tickets go quick, so make sure you book your seats early!


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Homemade: DIY Special Effects

10+

3pm, Sunday 31 March, Hyde Park Picture House

Workshops and Masterclasses

Under 19s tickets: £2.00 Adult tickets: £2.00 Tickets can be booked through the City Centre Box Office.

28 - 29

Whether you’re a young filmmaker and want to make your films look more realistic, or just want to impress your friends with some glow-in-the-dark slime, you should check out our DIY special effects masterclass. Science teacher Caroline Maston shows you how to make some of the most useful effects using everyday household objects including fake blood, sugar glass, slime and much more. You’ll also get a booklet showing you how to recreate the effects at home. No. of Places: 50 Running Time: 1 hour Children must be accompanied by an adult for this event.

Tall Tales and Local Legends: Storytelling in Leeds

8+

6.00pm, Monday 1 April, Hyde Park Picture House Under 19s tickets: £2.00 Adult tickets: £2.00 Tickets can be booked through the City Centre Box Office.

Leeds is full of spooky stories - from ghostly dogs and fortune-telling poisoners to pterodactyl sightings and books covered in human skin. Local storyteller Matthew Bellwood will be on hand to share some of these weird and unnerving tales and offer some tips on telling your own. You’ll also get a chance to make your story into a postcard to take with you. The event is followed by a screening of Big Fish in conjunction with Headingley Litfest (see page 18). Buy tickets for both together and save £1.00 No. of Places: 30 Running Time: 1 hour 20 mins Children must be accompanied by an adult for this event.

NB All of these effects are perfectly safe and are used in education!


Film: Doc Filmmaking Project

14-19

10am - 4pm, Tue 2 - Fri 5 Apr, NE Leeds City Learning Centre This project is FREE but you must apply for a place by emailing martin.grund@leeds.gov.uk or ringing 0113 247 8489. Deadline to apply is 5pm, Friday 22 March.

Earlier this year MediaFish began to discuss the impact of digital technology on film; how it’s affected how films are made and watched and whether it’s made filmmaking more accessible to people in general. They were so excited by their findings that they want you to help them make a short documentary on the subject. Over this special four day filmmaking programme you will help plan, shoot and edit this exciting documentary working with two leading industry mentors; Craig Lawson (Senior Producer at Access Moving Image) and Alex Ramseyer-Bache (director of the multi awardwinning feature documentary, We Are Poets). No. of Places: 15 Running Time: 4 Days (NB You must be available for all four days)

Minecraft Mystery Workshop

8-12

10am, Tuesday 2 April, Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall Tickets for one child + one adult: £5.00 Tickets can be booked through the City Centre Box Office.

At first, everything is dark. Somehow, you and your fellow passengers have survived the aeroplane crash. Can you and the others make it to shore and share the limited resources to survive the first night in this hostile environment? Only those castaways who can work together to unlock the secrets of this mysterious island will be able to find their way back home. Are you ready to take the plunge? Minecraft is a collaborative sandbox game which is emerging as a powerful and engaging games based learning tool. Join Alistair Thom, ICT Development Leader in one of Bradford’s largest primary schools, as he takes you on an amazing journey into gaming. No. of Places: 8 (+ 8 parents) Running Time: 2 hours Children must be accompanied by an adult for this workshop.


Make Your Own Film Festival

13-19

1.30pm, Tuesday 2 April, Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall

Workshops and Masterclasses

This project is FREE but you must apply for a place by emailing martin.grund@leeds.gov.uk or ringing 0113 247 8489. Deadline to apply is 5pm, Friday 22 March.

30 - 31

Ever wanted to put on your very own Film Festival? Join Sarah Crowther, Director of the 11th Fantastic Films Weekend at the National Media Museum, to learn all the skills you need to make your own film festival! In this first workshop ‘A How-To Guide’ you will learn everything you need to create a festival. In the second workshop (1pm, Sat 27 April) you will select the films for your own mini-festival which will take place during Breeze International Youth Festival at the Hyde Park Picture House on Saturday 1 June. No. of Places: 12 Running Time: 2.5 hours NB You must be available for all three workshop dates: Tue 2 April, Sat 27 April and Sat 1 June

March of the Robots Animate! with Playful Leeds

8+

10am, Wednesday 3 April, Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall This event is FREE but you must still book a place. Places can be booked through the City Centre Box Office.

This special Animate! workshop launches The March of the Robots, a year long programme of events, films, workshops, talks and playfulness culminating in a city wide Robot take over in 2014. Like the normal Animate! this is a great introduction to stop motion filmmaking where you’ll get the chance to plan your story, make your characters and then create your very own animated adventure about Robots! Feel free to bring your own models and toys or make your own at the workshop. No. of Places: 12 Running Time: 2.5 hours


Learn to Blog with Logistik

14-19

1.30pm, Wednesday 3 April, Logistik Studios, Armley This event is FREE but you must still book a place. Places can be booked through the City Centre Box Office.

Blogging is more popular than ever, with new platforms and new ways to write emerging every day. But what makes an excellent project blog, and how can you start one? In this half day workshop you’ll learn what blogs are, who writes them, and where you can find them. Discover the history of blogging, inspiration for creating a blog and how to start and maintain a project blog. We’ll help you decide what to write about and how to make it great and how to engage and develop an audience. This workshop is ideal for young people with an interest in exploring more options for talking about their film and cinematic passions to the wider world. No. of Places: 15 Running Time: 2.5 hours

An Introduction to Filmmaking with Child Friendly Leeds

12+

1.30pm, Wednesday 3 April, Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall This event is FREE but you must still book a place. Places can be booked through the City Centre Box Office.

We want to help make Leeds a child friendly city – a place where children are valued, supported, enjoy growing up, and look forward to a bright future. This workshop gives you an opportunity to say why you think Leeds is child friendly or how you think it could become more child friendly. You’ll learn about filmmaking techniques, shot types, shooting and editing and then get to make your own short film about what Leeds means to you.

No. of Places: 12 Running Time: 2.5 hours


Micro Short Film Challenge with Pocket Projects

8-12

Workshops and Masterclasses

10am, Thursday 4 April, Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall

32 - 33

Under 19s: £5.00 Places can be booked through the City Centre Box Office on 0113 224 3801 or in person at The Carriageworks

Fancy yourself as a young filmmaker but don’t know where to start? Join Rad Miller and Pocket Projects as he teaches you to make your very first film using professional techniques. Learn about props, genre and storyboarding and then shoot and edit your very own 90 second film. Finally get to see your mini-masterpiece on the big screen at Hyde Park Picture House on Friday 5 April at the Festival Showcase. No. of Places: 16 Running Time: 2.5 hours

Animate!

8+

1.30pm, Thursday 4 April, Film Academy, Leeds Town Hall Under 19s: £5.00 (includes a CD of your animated film) Places can be booked through the City Centre Box Office on 0113 224 3801 or in person at The Carriageworks.

After a year away, the Film Festival’s most popular workshop returns once again to give you the chance to let your imagination run free in this introduction to stop motion animation. Plan your story, make your characters (or bring them with you) and then create your very own animated adventure with sound effects and music, titles and credits. Finally see it come to life on the big screen at Hyde Park Picture House on Friday 5 April at the Festival Showcase.

No. of Places: 12 Running Time: 2.5 hours

“Volum dolendis et explaccae voluptae por rem dolorup tatiaerro to ipsam” XXXXXXXXXXX, MediaFish


The Sparticle Mystery Event

8+

3pm, Thursday 4 April, Hyde Park Picture House This event is FREE but you must still reserve tickets through the City Centre Box Office on 0113 224 3801 or in person at The Carriageworks.

When a science experiment at The Sparticle Project goes wrong everyone over the age of 15 disappears into a parallel dimension. Left to fend for themselves the kids form two tribes, those that want to bring the adults back and those that don’t. Series two of this CBBC drama series was filmed in Leeds and we’re very excited to show the episode made at Armley Mills Museum. Series creator Alison Hume and members of the cast will be here to talk about the show and both the Sparty Van and the Candycruiser will be at the cinema. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to find out about how a TV series is made and meet the stars of the show. No. of Places: 250 Running Time: 1.5 hours Children must be accompanied by an adult for this event.

Carriageworks Theatre, The Electric Press, Millennium Square, Leeds LS2 3AD


Lara Goes de Souza Film and Television Studies

Experience Matters That’s why Leeds Trinity University offers professional work placements with every degree Like Lara, our Media, Film and Culture students make professional industry contacts while studying gain valuable experience at professional production companies become more employable Find our more: www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/experience-matters @leedstrinity #love LT 0113 283 7150 enquiries@leedstrinity.ac.uk

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Film Festival Programme 2013

Monday 25 March 10am 1pm

Screen Adventures: School events Screen Adventures: School events

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The Iron Giant with Playful Leeds Hyde Park Pic House Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Hyde Park Pic House Homemade: DIY Special Effects Hyde Park Pic House King Kong Hyde Park Pic House Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan Hyde Park Pic House The Birds Hyde Park Pic House

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Screen Adventures: School events Leeds Golden Owl Young Filmmaker Awards

Thursday 28 March 6.30pm

Opening Gala: The Odd Life of Timothy Green Hyde Park Pic House

Friday 29 March 11am 1pm 3pm 4pm 6.30pm

My Neighbour Totoro Who Framed Roger Rabbit? FREE Hyde Park Picture House Tour Cinema Paradiso Beetlejuice

Saturday 30 March 10am 12pm 2.30pm 6.45pm 8.45pm

Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy! + Mystery Machine Mad Hatter’s Tea Party + Alice in Wonderland Neverwhere Leeds Homeless Event Oblivion Island Berserk 2

Sunday 31 March 11am 1pm 3pm 4.15pm 6.30pm 8.15pm

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Monday 1 April 1pm 2.45pm 3.45pm 6pm 7.30pm

Young Filmmakers’ Day: INDIs Competition: Under 10s & 11-14 Short Film Panorama INDIs Competition: 15-19 & 20-25 Tall Tales and Local Legends Storytelling Big Fish presented by Headingley Litfest

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Tuesday 2 April

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Wednesday 27 March 7pm

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Tuesday 26 March 1pm

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10am 10am 11am 1pm 1.30pm 3pm 5pm 6pm 7pm

Film: Doc Filmmaking Project NE Leeds CLC Minecraft Mystery Event Leeds Film Academy The New Adventures of Capelito & other shorts Hyde Park Pic House Tom the Truant Hyde Park Pic House Make Your Own Film Festival Leeds Film Academy Wickie and the Treasure of the Gods Hyde Park Pic House Felix, Net & Nika Hyde Park Pic House Leeds Young Music Video Awards Brudenell Social Club Ernest & Celestine Hyde Park Pic House

14-19 8-12 3+ 10+ 13-19 8+ 12+ 8+ 5+

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NE Leeds CLC Leeds Film Academy Hyde Park Pic House Hyde Park Pic House Logistik Studios Leeds Film Academy Hyde Park Pic House Hyde Park Pic House

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Film: Doc Filmmaking Project NE Leeds CLC BFI Film Academy Showcase Hyde Park Pic House Golden Owl Winners + Film Festival Showcase Hyde Park Pic House

14-19 10+ 5+

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Wednesday 3 April 10am 10am 11am 1pm 1.30pm 1.30pm 4.30pm 6.30pm

Film: Doc Filmmaking Project Robot Animate! with Playful Leeds Ernest & Celestine (Babes in Arms) Chronicle with BBFC Masterclass Learn to Blog with Logistik Filmmaking with Child Friendly Leeds Taking Chances The Odd Life of Timothy Green

Thursday 4 April 10am 10am 11am 1pm 1.30pm 3pm 4.30pm 6.30pm

Film: Doc Filmmaking Project Micro Short Film Challenge Alfie the Little Werewolf Kirikou and the Men and Women Animate! The Sparticle Mystery Event Tony 10 Approved for Adoption

Friday 5 April 10am 11am 12.30pm

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www.leedsyoungfilm.com Box office 0113 224 3801



Leeds Young FIlm Festival Programme 2013