The Hebden Royd Valley Story (2021) with post film Q&A with Nick Wilding


This is the story of the Hebden Royd valley and the hilltop villages, told through the films that have been inspired by local historical events.

The Hebden Bridge Picture House Centenary has provided this fine opportunity to illustrate the way the area has changed through the years. The film, being made especially for this event, will use trailers from locally-made movies and combine them with highlights from Hebden Bridge, A 700 Year Story (and how it was nearly lost), Hebden Royd at the Movies (2010) and many others.

Length of film is approx 90 minutes and there will be a Q&A with Nick Wilding, the filmmaker, at the end of the film.

This film is part of Screen Heritage project, which is supported by Film Hub North, proud to be part of the BFI Film Audience Network. Screen Heritage ticket prices are subsidised: full price £5, concessions £3, refugees and asylum seekers free.

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