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The Oscar-qualifying Leeds international Film Festival opens this year with Yorgos Lantimos' Poor Things and has a packed line-up of high profile films and intriguing independent selections to enjoy.
With not all the films announced as yet, we're still adding details, so watch this space for more information.
The festival runs from 3 to 19 November.
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A mum who has lost her baby tries to work through her grief as she attempts to donate her milk.
The story of a young woman who has been brought back to life.
In 1858, a six-year-old Jewish boy is forcibly seized from his family by the Catholic church.
Against the backdrop of a shared obsession with Bollywood fantasy, Mariam, a Pakistani Muslim woman, and her Canadian-born daughter Azra come of age in two different eras.
A woman is accused of her husband's murder.
The daily lives of the Höss family outside the walls of Auschwitz.
Taking her inspiration from a feminist sci-fi short story written in Bengal in 1905, Inés sets out on a voyage of discovery around India in search of Ladyland, the Utopian land of women.
The story of Eugenie, an esteemed cook, and Dodin, the fine gourmet she has been working for over the last 20 years.
The course of potential love does not run smooth for shelf-stacker and a metal worker.
Sasha is a young vampire with a serious problem: she’s too sensitive to kill. When her exasperated parents cut off her blood supply, Sasha’s life is in jeopardy. Luckily, she a lonely teenager with suicidal tendencies. But their friendly agreement soon becomes a nocturnal quest.
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