No/Gloss Film Festival returns to Leeds on October 3rd

Leeds' independent film festival No/Gloss returns to host a full weekend of films 'unlike anything you have ever seen'. We take a look at what's in store.

Mike Warburton

Date published: 23rd Sep 2015

Film: Toby Director: Jonathan Schey

Returning for its fourth consecutive year, No/Gloss Film Festival this time heads to The Carriageworks in Leeds for a full weekend celebration of cutting edge, under-the-radar independent cinema between Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th October. Watch this year's trailer below.

With emphasis placed on unusual film making unearthed from the four corners of the globe, No/Gloss has already established itself as an essential destination for film lovers keen on experiencing the further reaches of creative expressionism - the movies screened are about a million miles away from the mainstream Hollywood fare at your local multiplex. Check out the listings here.

Promising films unlike anything you've seen before, No/Gloss will screen movies from across the UK, Belgium, Portugal, Australia, USA, Turkey, Norway and further afield, all carefully selected for your consideration. Weekend ticket holders will get free popcorn, and 20% off food and drink at Nation of Shopkeepers for both days. Head here for No/Gloss Film Festival tickets.

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