No/Gloss is ab independent film festival in Leeds which celebrates DIY and unconventional cinema and low/no budget films from independent, local and international film-makers.
Conceived in early 2012, it was born out of a need for a local film festival that supports independent film-making. No/Gloss is a no-frills film festival which screens films in unique and unexpected locations. Taking place on the 3rd & 4th October at The Carriageworks, Leeds, there is a eclectic array of short from around the world. The festival also hosts the following feature length films:
Benny Loves Killing
Benny Loves Killing is the first feature film from Look/Think Films. The film follows the struggles of a student making a horror film, only for her life to fall apart. A tense, claustrophobic love letter to cinema.
Winner of the Best Independent film at 2014 Jerusalem film festival and nominated for an Israeli Academy Award, Marzipan Flowers is a unique and highly original piece of film making. It tells the story of Hadas, a handsome 48-year-old widow who decides to escape kibbutz life and move to the big smoke of Tel Aviv.
Meet The Hitlers
Meet the Hitlers is a feature documentary that examines the relationship between names and identity, by exploring the lives of people who are linked by the name “Hitler.” This character-driven story offers an intimate portrait of its subjects whose reactions to their name span the spectrum of human experience, from tragedy to comedy, and heartbreak to hope.
The event is advanced tickets only, visit their website now in order to not miss out.