Michael Caine and Bill Milner in Is Anybody There? Michael Caine and Bill Milner in Is Anybody There?

Now in its 15th year, the Bradford International Film Festival runs from March 13 to 28. It opens with Is Anybody There? an Eighties set drama about a boy who becomes obssessed with the afterlifes of residents of an old folks home.

Guests this year, include Carve Her Name With Pride star Virginia McKenna and writer/actor and director Terry Jones.

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Let The Right One In
Let The Right One In
A touching story of first romance... with a side-serving of horror.
Mime-Mime
Mime-Mime
Story about an eccentric who is the black sheep of her family.
The Agent
The Agent
A disillusioned writer confronts his slippery agent.
Katyn
Katyn
In the early days of World War Two, thousands of captured Polish officers are handed over to the Soviet authorities – and vanish.
North By Northwest
North By Northwest
A case of mistaken identity and false accusation sees an innocent man go on the run from the CIA and a criminal gang.
Is Anybody There?
Is Anybody There?
An elderly magician reluctantly entering a retirement home bonds with an inquisitive young boy and persuades him life is for living.
Genova
Genova
In a foreign city, a young girl begins to catch glimpses of the mother she lost in a car crash.
Cross Of Iron
Cross Of Iron
As the Wehrmacht retreat on the Eastern Front, two German soldiers are locked in a futile personal conflict.
Traitor
Traitor
A terrorist inveigles himself into a conspiracy to commit a large-scale attack on America, but whose side is he really on?
Everlasting Moments
Everlasting Moments
Discovering photography provides an abused woman with a new way of experiencing life.
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