Hyde Park Picture House

Hyde Park Picture House

Brudenell Road, Leeds, LS6 1JD
0113 275 2045

Access: Street level access to stalls via fire exit. No wheelchair accessible toilets. Guide Dogs welcome. Bus 56 from the city centre.

When a pack of wolves set up camp near their beloved village, a flock of sheep try to figure out how to live side by side with their new neighbours. The evil wolf Ragear wants to return the pack to a life of hunting and killing but Grey, a hapless but loveable fool, takes on…


When 11 year-old Linh’s single mother has to leave Germany to return to Vietnam on a family emergency, she leaves Linh in charge of her younger sister and the family takeaway. Trying to cope with this newfound responsibility she attracts the unwanted attention of her neighbour, Pauline, another 11 year old, who thinks that a…


Nine year-old Icare insists people call him Courgette at the group home he finds himself living at following the death of his alcoholic mum. At first he struggles to fit in with the other orphans but Raymond, a friendly police officer helps him find his place and make new friends and possibly even find true…


Set in St Petersburg in 1882, Sasha is a young aristocrat whose grandfather is a world renowned explorer. When he fails to return from his expedition to the North Pole he and the family face dishonour. Determined to save her family’s reputation and to find out what happened to her beloved grandfather, Sasha runs away…


Following his mother’s death, orphan Michi has to live in a children’s home where he struggles to stand up for himself. One day he discovers the whereabouts of his real dad and decides to track him down. Hoping that Tom is cool, Michi is dismayed to discover that he is a dwarf and the opposite…



Based on a series of famous German children’s books, Raven the Little Rascal is constanting making mischief and getting into trouble. After accidentally destroying the animals’ winter food supply with his go-cart he enters a race where he has a chance of winning 100 gold coins to buy replacement food for his friends. But the…


While working undercover at the seaside as a spy in the 1970s, Simon is discovered and ends up being cryogenically frozen. Nearly 50 years later he is discovered and thawed out by Tim, a young boy who has moved from the city with his parents to open an old hotel. Simon still has a case…


Following the success of Zip & Zap and the Marble Gang at LYFF 2016, the mischievous brothers return in another exciting adventure. After burning down a toy shop their parents cancel Christmas and force the boys on a boring boat trip to a remote island. Sheltering from a storm at the mansion of the eccentric…



A normal afternoon, an ordinary class, children stare at their favourite teacher. “Croaaak!”, they say and laugh. But who would have thought he can actually turn into a frog? It turns out their teacherhas two lives – one as a normal human and one as a jumpy, green amphibian – and days become much more…


An arch enemy out of prison, a new villain striving to rule the world and a mysterious superhero on the horizon to steal his spotlight. Summer holidays looked so sweet before it all went wrong for Pelle, who watches over the town of Middellund as young superhero Antboy. But with his best friend Wilhelm having…


The thought of visiting the cinema with younger children can sometimes be quite daunting, right? Will they sit still? Will they decide to trow a tantrum because they didn’t get the right coloured sweet? Or will they need a toilet trip every 3 minutes, just because they want to get out of their seat? Don’t…


The thought of visiting the cinema with younger children can sometimes be quite daunting, right? Will they sit still? Will they decide to trow a tantrum because they didn’t get the right coloured sweet? Or will they need a toilet trip every 3 minutes, just because they want to get out of their seat? Don’t…


With actors such as Idris Elba, Kristen Bell and J.K. Simmons lending their voices to a host of great characters, Disney’s latest animated offering is sure to be a monster hit. Rookie cop bunny Judy Hopps has just 48 hours to solve a seemingly impossible case before being booted off the force. Teaming up with…


Celebrate the 40th anniversary of this Disney classic. When a bottle containing a cry for help from a little girl named Penny makes its way to the Rescue Aid Society, (a mouse organisation in the basement of the United Nations building dedicated to the rescue and well-being of anyone in need) it is up to…


The fan-favourite fishes return for another underwater adventure, as the forgetful Dory begins an adventure to find her parents who she was separated with when she was a child. Along with Nemo and Marlin, Dory must overcome many challenges, including her memory loss and freeing her family from captivity at the Marine Life Institute. Voiced…


Another chance to see this epic and uplifting tale of one girl’s mission to heal a whole island. Join Moana as she answers the call of the Pacific Ocean to try and find the demigod that has taken the heart of the goddess of their island, Te Whiti. She must convince him to bring it…


More Pokemon fun as we give you the chance to revisit Ash, Pikachu and the rest of the Pokemon gang’s effort to try and defeat the thieves who are hiding in the canals of the water capital, Alto Mare. We also meet two brand new Pokémons, Latias and her brother Latios – will they be…




There are big changes brewing in Gotham City, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up. With an all-star cast voicing the characters we all love, this fantastically…


Celebrate the 50th anniversary of this Disney classic with the phenomenally gorgeous live-action retelling of Rudyard Kipling’s stories. Join man-cub Mowgli as he begins his adventures of the jungle he grew up in after a threat from the villainous tiger Shere Khan. With jaw-dropping landscapes and stunning visual effects that bring Mowgli’s friends, black panther…


These gorgeous animated films are based upon the popular books written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake. Taking the classic tales of Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, The Three Little Pigs, Jack and the Beanstalk and Cinderella and turning them on their head with a drop of mischief.


Ten year-old Sophie has no idea of the adventure she’s about to go on as she sneaks around the orphanage at night. She doesn’t know she’ll be on a mission to defeat Bloodbottler, Fleshlumpeater and the other mean giants who want to eat children. She doesn’t know that she’ll even end up drinking frobscottle and whizzpopping with…



‘Heroes. Giants. Villains. Wizards. True Love. Not just your basic, average, everyday, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, ho-hum fairy tale.’ While poorly at home, a young boy’s Grandad cheers him up by reading him an ancient story called The Princess Bride. We meet Buttercup – destined to be married to the dastardly Prince Humperdinck, whom she does not…


*Please Note*: This is a schools screening only, for a regular screening in the festival, see here. Into Film is pleased to bring you a schools’ screening of KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS as part of our Spring Screenings programme. Schools can book here. Kubo is a young boy living in a small, seaside village…


Director Elia Kazan was one of Hollywood’s most influential directors and became noted for drawing out incredible dramatic performances, directing 21 actors to Oscar nominations, including 9 wins. He was responsible for introducing the world to Marlon Brando and James Dean. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn was his directorial debut and tells the story of…


A ‘pop-u-mentary’ following award-winning performance artist Bryony Kimmings and her niece Taylor as they try to combat the hyper-sexualised and commercialised world of pop. For Taylor, the ideal superstar has to be a pop-singing palaeontologist, a little shy, a little nerdy but always brave enough to make her voice heard. Lucky for the nine-year-old, her…


*Please Note*: This is a schools screening only. Into Film is pleased to bring you a schools’ screening of HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE as part of our Spring Screenings programme. Schools can book here. Twelve-year-old Ricky has never settled into life in the foster care system. After a string of petty misdemeanours, he’s sent to live…


Kubo is a young boy living in a small, seaside village in ancient Japan who enjoys telling stories to the local residents. However, this peaceful existence is suddenly shattered when a vengeful spirit of the past resurfaces. To overcome the gods and monsters which pursue him – including the Moon King and the evil twin…


Antonio Ricci is desperate for work, he’s overjoyed when he’s finally given a job putting up posters. There’s a catch, though, he needs a  bike in order to do it. The family is so desperate that they even sell their bedlinen in exchange for one. Antonio  heads off to his first day at work with his son Bruno,  truly happy for…


Following the huge success of its sister film at LIFF30, here’s a chance to catch another glimpse into the past. Britain on Film: Rural Life takes audiences down the country lanes of the past, meandering through the dwindling customs of another era. Relive the work of the local blacksmith preparing shoes for the horses that…


Bullied at school and ignored at home, Billy Casper finds and trains the kestrel falcon, Kes. The kids at school think this is great and things look bright for Billy but tragedy is just around the corner. Nearly 50 years on, this stunning film about a young Yorkshire lad who finds happiness befriending a bird of…