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25 & Under

£5 tickets for 16-25 year olds.

Image: Been So Long

Calling all film fans aged 16-25! Get £5 tickets in advance for any of the below listed #LFF screenings and events (first come, first served).

For £5 tickets to all screenings during the Festival (including galas, subject to availability), visit the venue box office 45 mins before start time with your ID.

Please note: Rich Mix is an 18+ venue.

One ticket per customer, subject to availability.

Feature films

  • Arctic

    Dir Joe Penna | Iceland

    Mads Mikkelsen astounds in this gripping tale of one man’s gruelling fight for survival against the elements.

    Read more about Arctic

  • Assassination Nation

    Dir-Scr Sam Levinson | USA

    The Salem witch trials are given a digital overhaul in this ferocious femme exploitationer.

    Read more about Assassination Nation

  • Been So Long

    Dir Tinge Krishnan | UK

    Chewing Gum star Michaela Coel leads a talented cast in Tinge Krishnan’s contemporary London musical, which reimagines Camden as a romantic neon-soaked wonderland.

    Read more about Been So Long

  • Border

    Dir Ali Abbasi | Sweden

    Prepare for a love story like no other in this audacious Scandinavian fantasy, based on a novel by the writer of Let the Right One In.

    Read more about Border

  • Cam

    Dir Daniel Goldhaber | USA

    An erotic webcam performer is plunged into a nightmarish world of duplicity and fear in this provocative techno-shocker.

    Read more about Cam

  • The Hate U Give

    Dir George Tillman Jr | USA

    This powerful adaptation of Angie Thomas’ YA novel stars Amandla Stenberg as a teenager who witnesses the fatal police shooting of her childhood friend.

    Read more about The Hate U Give

  • Make Me Up

    Dir-Scr Rachel Maclean | UK

    Rachel Maclean follows her Venice Biennale piece Spite Your Face with a daring new film that incisively deconstructs art history’s myth of feminine beauty with a savage, satirical blade.

    Read more about Make Me Up

  • Outlaw King

    Dir David Mackenzie | UK

    Scotland battles for its soul against England, as David Mackenzie’s gutsy historical drama brings underdog Robert the Bruce thrillingly to life.

    Read more about Outlaw King

  • Out of Blue

    Dir Carol Morley | UK

    Carol Morley (Dreams of a Life and The Falling) returns to LFF with wonderfully stylised, offbeat noir thriller about a murder investigation and multiple realities.

    Read more about Out of Blue

  • A Paris Education

    Dir-Scr Jean-Paul Civeyrac | France

    Oh, to be young, intense, romantic and profoundly cinephilic – Jean-Paul Civeyrac’s drama captures it all, in a story of a filmmaker’s years of apprenticeship.

    Read more about A Paris Education

  • Summer

    Dir Kirill Serebrennikov | Russia

    Surreal at times, but always sincere, Russian provocateur Kirill Serebrennikov’s latest is a journey into the heart of the Soviet counterculture of the late 1980s.

    Read more about Summer

  • United Skates

    Dir-Prod Dyana Winkler, Tina Brown | USA

    A charming and dynamic tribute to the electrifying underground African-American roller-skating scene, whose future looks in doubt.

    Read more about United Skates

  • Wild Rose

    Dir Tom Harper | UK

    This delightful and infectiously joyous film finds a young woman balancing her dreams of being a country music star with the responsibilities of motherhood.

    Read more about Wild Rose


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