Lights, camera, action! Opening credits roll on new Leeds film website

Chris Jackson and Chris Fell.
Chris Jackson and Chris Fell.

Leeds digital marketing agency Enjoy Digital has revealed details of a blockbusting new partnership with Leeds Film City.

Part of Leeds City Council, Leeds Film City celebrates the local love of cinema by hosting events such as the Leeds International Film Festival.

And, as part of the run-up to next month’s festival, Enjoy Digital has put together a new website showcasing all that Leeds Film City has to offer.

Built in Umbraco, the site contains mobile-first design elements that allow for optimum functionality across different devices.

Leeds Film City festival director Chris Fell said: “The agency has helped us bring a key project to life, developing a new site to provide film enthusiasts with a new ‘one-stop shop’ for film in Leeds and raise the city’s profile as a key player in film globally.”

Enjoy Digital director Chris Jackson said: “As a Leeds-based agency, we’re always keen to get involved in projects that enhance the city, its business and its culture.

“The partnership with Leeds Film City allows us to support one of Leeds’s greatest initiatives that truly has the opportunity of putting Leeds on the global stage alongside other film festivals.”

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The platform aims to highlight the giant strides being made by a sector that boasts around 3,000 organisations in Leeds.

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