There are two Finnish short films in competition at this year’s Leeds International Film Festival. Anssi Kasitonni’s Le Saboteur is part of the Smoke on the Water programme, and Pavel Andonov’s Blue Note is shown as part of the Not to Touch the Earth programme. They are both competing in the international short film competition.
In addition to these two competition films, the Festival is also screening the feature film The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See the Titanic as part of its Disability Futures programme.
All of these films will also be available to view on the Leeds Film Player 9–17 November.
Le Saboteur (Programme 2: Smoke on the Water)
Friday 11th Nov at 20.30, Everyman Leeds. Tickets £6/£8 here.
Blue Note (Programme 4: Not to Touch the Earth)
Saturday 12th Nov at 20.30, Everyman Leeds. Tickets £6/£8 here.
The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See the Titanic
Wednesday 9th Nov at 18.00, Media Museum. Tickets £9.50/£7.50 here.
Sunday 13th Nov at 16.30, Howard Assembly. Tickets £9.50/£7.50 here.
Image: Still from the film Blue Note.