A poetry and film showcase from Open Source Arts.Over two…
Leeds Film Presents: Shooting the Mafia
17 Dec 2020 - 31 Jan 2021
partnering with two of our favourite independent UK distributors, Modern Films & Day for Night, for a series of new selections
Trailblazing documentary filmmaker Kim Longinotto turns her lens on the gutsy and resourceful photojournalist Letizia Battaglia, an extraordinary Sicilian artist and activist whose work defines community resistance to the Mafia. Battaglia found her calling relatively late in life, breaking tradition by turning away from a domestic role as a wife and mother, she captured the horrors of everyday life in Sicily in the eighties as resistance to the rule of the brutal Corleonesi family led to a series of grizzly murders, forcing a stricken community into silence. Also, don’t miss The Traitor for a stunning dramatisation of some of the events portrayed.
15 / 2019
Documentary, F-Rated • 1h 34m
Director - Kim Longinotto
Languages - Italian, English
With Leeds cinemas closed at present, we're bringing you a selection featuring some of the best new international cinema and LIFF audience favourites for you to enjoy over Christmas and into the New Year on Leeds Film Player. There are twelve features now available, including three vibrant and original coming-of-age stories by rising directors.
During this period of social distancing and lockdown due to Coronavirus we advise that you check directly with the organiser of this event that it is going ahead as publicised.
Ticket Price : £5.00
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