A Man's Job is among the films screening at this year's festival. A Man's Job is among the films screening at this year's festival.

Leeds International Film Fetival gets the key to the door this year, as it reaches 21. Running from November 7 to 18.

Fifteen feature films will vie for the Golden Owl Competition, while fantasy and horror fans will be lining up for the Fanomenon segment. Films from Spain, Poland, Ireland, Norway and the UK all line up for the third year of the Silver Melies competition, the winner of this will go forward along with others from festivals across Europe, to compete for the Golden Melies award.

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WAZ
WAZ
A detective caught in a battle of wits with a killer is forced to pay for his past failings.
No Country For Old Men
No Country For Old Men
A man goes on the run from a psychopath in Texas after coming across a briefcase of stolen cash.
Silent Light
Silent Light
A deeply religious, married man falls in love with another woman and has to question his whole life.
Silk
Silk
19th century travels in search of silk worms introduces the perfectly naked Japanese concubine.
Planet Terror
Planet Terror
Survivors take on infected zombies in the second part of the double-bill formerly known as Grindhouse.
Vexille
Vexille
In 2077, Japan’s secretive, advanced bio-technology could pose an unimaginable threat.
A Man's Job
A Man's Job
An out-of-work father tries his hand at male prostitution to keep supporting his family.
The Darjeeling Limited
The Darjeeling Limited
Three brothers take a 'spiritual journey' across India by train.
The Orphanage
The Orphanage
Ghost story about a family who live in an orphanage.
Faro - Goddess Of The Waters
Faro - Goddess Of The Waters
An engineer ties to lay old ghosts to rest when he returns to his home village.
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