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120 BPM

France, 2018, 137mins, Cert.15
Leeds Pride Special
Showtimes and location

Film description

The lives of AIDS activists in early 90s Paris are reimagined in bold and vivid detail in 120 BPM, a stunning and heart-wrenching drama from the writer of Palme d’Or winner The Class, Robin Campillo. Based on the director’s own experiences, this vibrant and deeply emotional drama rushes with youthful energy, balancing powerful themes of social justice with euphoric moments of spine-tingling sensuality.

Winner of the Grand Prix at Cannes 2017 and a host of international awards, this is an essential work of cinema with a profoundly moving and delicately crafted love story at its heart. Urgent and affecting, it’s a film about life, death, passion, tragedy – and, above all, the will to survive.

We're screening this film to coincide with Leeds Pride – due to take the following week on 7th August. For more details, visit: leedspride.com.

Showing as part of Heard and Now Seen

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Showing at

Sheaf St.

Venue details


3 Sheaf Street, Leeds, UK
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Access info

The main entrance to Sheaf St. has a single step for which they have a portable ramp available. There is also step-free access to the event space via a roller shutter door. The Sheaf St. door team or bar staff will be able to assist. Once in the venue all areas are step free. Full access info is available via: pdfhost.io/v/~HYHs3ruv_Microsoft_Word_Access_Infodocx.pdf

Refreshment info

Sheaf St. has a large bar area, selling a wide variety of hot and cold drinks, including beers, spirits and wines – the bar is open until 10/11pm. Food is also available until 9pm, including burgers, wings & fries. More here: sheafst.com/food-menu

Parking info

Sheaf St. does not have its own parking. There is council operated street parking on Sheaf Street itself and other surrounding roads (Hunslet road and Cudbear Street). On evenings and weekends it is often very easy to get a space within 30meters of the main entrance. Alternately there is private carpark just off Sheaf Street, which has 3 accessible parking spaces, and electric charge points. It is possible to drop off or pick up from right outside the main entrance on Sheaf Street itself.


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Wed 27th July