Date Time
Sun 17th July 5.00pm

Doors 4.15pm

A tale of treachery, madness and thwarted love filmed around Heptonstall, West Yorkshire. It’s full of stunning landscapes and big emotions. The film was long thought lost until a copy was found in Canada in 2007 and shown in Hebden Bridge in 2010. Nick Wilding, the local film maker who found the film, will introduce it and answer questions after the screening.

To celebrate the return of Helen of Four Gates to Hebden Bridge, this screening will be accompanued by the world premiere of a new score by the celebrated silent film harpist Elizabeth-Jane Baldry. This is a special film for Hebden Bridge and for the Yorkshire Silent Film Festival and it promises to be a night to remember.

Tickets £10, £9 (over 60s, PtL), £8 (under 25s, FT students). See all three films at Hebden Bridge Picture House for £24/£22/£20. Advance tickets available here

All times listed are the programme start time unless otherwise stated. Films start approx 30 mins after the programme start time.