KEIGHLEY FILM CLUB is a volunteer organisation run by committed film enthusiasts who wished to bring a remit of art, independent and social documentary films to the Airedale area; such films would otherwise not get a screening locally as they are not being viable for  commercial cinema.

We are part of the Cine North programme operated by the National Media Museum that supports rural cinema; we get support from the Bradford City of Film run by Bradford Council and have had some initial funding from Keighley’s Area Committee. We get ongoing support from Charles Morris, proprietor of Keighley Picture House, which allows our members and supporters to enjoy the luxury and comfort of the cinema.

Picture House

Your vote for films for the 2016 programme

We suggested a number of films for the 2016 programme and following your views and by kind permission of the management of Keighley Picture House we have agreed the following. Don’t forget screening of films is at 6.00pm with doors open at 5.35pm on the third Sunday of each month.

February 21stBrooklyn (12a) (drama/romance)

March 20th – Still Life (12a)  drama

April 17thCarol (15) drama/romance

May 15thTaxi Tehran (12a)  docu-drama

June 19thThe Lobster (15)  black comedy

July 17th – Where to Invade Next (tba)  comedy


Useful Links

Below are some of the organisational links we have a working relationship with:

 www.keighley.nm-cinemas.co.uk  for information on Keighley Picture House

www.screeningfilm.com for film events around the Country

www.bradford-city-of-film.com Information on Bradford City of Film

www.cinenorth.co.uk Information on Cine North from National Media Museum

www.bronte-country.com – Useful information on places to go and things to do in Bronte Country

www.haworth-village.co.uk – useful information on Haworth

www.visitbradford.com – Useful information on the Bradford district