Upcoming:  Calderdale Screenings

Three exciting screenings, happening in the Calder Valley, book your FREE tickets now!

Brought to you by Calderdale Libraries and Yorkshire and North East Film Archives, these three screenings will give you the rare opportunity to explore the regions relationship to nature through around 120 years of archive film. It will ask questions of; How has the climate changed? What might it look like in the future? And what role does film play in telling this narrative?

The film shows will be presented by Martha Cattell from the Yorkshire Film Archive who will take you on a journey through the film archives, exploring different environmental stories of Yorkshire and the North East including from the local Calderdale area. You will see themes that traverse time: from weather, wildlife, travel and activism.

The film show will last around 90 minutes, with an opportunity for questions at the end.

Free refreshments will be available in each library venue.

Environmentally themed books selected by Calderdale Libraries will be on display to borrow before or after the screening.

Tickets are free, but places are limited so make sure to book.

These screenings are part of the Yorkshire and North East Film Archives 'Nature Matters' project which is supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Other Screenings will be happening at the following venues, make sure to book your tickets for FREE on the links below 

Thursday 15th February, 7pm, Hebden Bridge Library, Book Now

Friday 16th February, 10.30am, Halifax Central Library, Book Now

Friday 16th February, 2pm, Brighouse Library, Book Now