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Leeds International Film Festival


The 31st Leeds International Film Festival will take place 2–16 November 2017.

The Leeds International Film Festival (LIFF) is the largest film festival in England outside London. Founded in 1987, it is held in November at various venues throughout Leeds, West Yorkshire. In 2016, the festival welcomed over 40,000 visitors and showed over 300 films from around the world, shorts and features, commercial and independent.

LIFF is a qualifying film festival for the Oscars® and BAFTAs

LIFF is a qualifying film festival for the Academy Awards and the winning films in Short Film City’s Louis Le Prince International Short Film Competition and World Animation Award may thus be eligible for the Academy’s Short Film Awards. The festival’s British Short Film Competition is BAFTA qualifying. There are £4000 worth of prizes across seven short film competitions.  

Submit Here: http://www.leedsfilm.com/submissions/

 

 

 


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Leeds International Film Festival Last Call for Entries 2015

Final Submission Deadline is September 11th for Leeds International Film Festival

This is your final chance to submit your features and shorts to Leeds International Film Festival 2015. Submissions are open until September 11th 2015.

You can SUBMIT to the festival through Withoutabox or FilmFreeway.

There are £5000 cash prizes available across our short film competitions and LIFF is also a qualifying film festival for the Academy Awards and BAFTA.

The winning films in the Louis Le Prince International Short Film Competition and World Animation Award are eligible for the Academy’s Short Film Awards. The festival’s British and Yorkshire short film competitions are BAFTA qualifying.

 

Short Film Awards:

Louis Le Prince International Short Film Competition- £1,000 Prize

World Animation Award- £1,000 Prize

Best British Short- £1000 Prize

- Yorkshire Short Film Competition- £500 Prize

Screendance Short Film Competition- £500 Prize

Fanomenon International Competition (Genre / Fantasy Short Films)- £500 Prize

Dead Short Competition (British horror shorts under 10 mins)

Music Video Award

- Arctic Minutes- £500 Prize (Short films one minute or under themed around the Arctic)

 

In addition to the short films, feature-length fiction films and documentaries can also be submitted. The full line-up for LIFF28 can be viewed online at leedsfilm.com.

The Leeds International Film Festival (LIFF) is the largest film festival in England outside London. Founded in 1987, it is held in November at various venues throughout Leeds. In 2014, the festival welcomed over 40,000 visitors and showed over 300 films from around the world, shorts and features, commercial and independent.

About Leeds International Film Festival


You can be among the first in the country to see some of the best new cinema from across the world at the region`s largest annual event featuring more than 200 screenings at a wide range of different venues across the city.

Leeds

United Kingdom



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