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Top 10 Shorts of Leeds International Film Festival

A belated final post from Leeds covers the best shorts from the 30+ I saw at the festival this year. As expected the range of short films was diverse both in content and style and the shorts hailed from all over the world. The short programmes I saw were the 6 Louis Le Prince Award programmes as well as the European Documentary Shorts programme. This was barely scratching the surface of the shorts that were on offer this year but there were far too many to fit in! Here though is my Top 10 Short Films of Leeds International Film Festival 2013.

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Leeds Film Festival Report No.3

The final batch of feature films are covered in this post with a final report to come looking at the best of the short films I saw. Check back over the previous reports here and here. Continue reading

Leeds Film Festival Report no. 2

Part two of my Leeds International Film Festival reports is finally here! Read the first post here. There will be a third and final look at the feature films of the festival, and then a look at the best of the short films I saw. Again any Booking Scheme titles will be clearly highlighted below. The Rocket  was announced this weekend as the Audience Award winner and is reviewed below. 

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Leeds Film Festival Report no. 1

Leeds International Film Festival kicked off last Wednesday with a double screening of Gravity – and is now in full swing. Armed with a Festival Pass and an envelope full of tickets I’ve seen 11 films in 4 days and have many more to come. In this, the first of several updates, I’ll take a look at the first batch of films I’ve seen: the good, the bad and the weird. Continue reading