Cine Yorkshire's latest programme for autumn 2012 is hot off the press! We’re delighted to announce that we have extended our village hall programme into East Yorkshire with our partners Blaize and Artery. With more venues on board than ever before, we have more than 100 screenings coming up this autumn at village halls and community centres; from Kettlewell in the heart of the Dales to Bishop Burton in East Riding.
Our new village hall film programme combines classics with new releases, family films and a variety of independent cinema. Whatever your tastes, Cine Yorkshire will have a screening to suit you. Highlights include Some Like it Hot and My Week With Marilyn, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the death of one of the most iconic movie starts of all time. For fans of world cinema, there’s French gem Potiche, for those of you who like to get a bit more involved at the cinema, there are sing-along screenings including Grease and Mamma Mia; and plenty of popular family films such as The Adventures of Tintin and the latest hit from Aardman, The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!. We also haev a fantastic selection of films shot in Yorkshire, including The Woman In Black, The Damned United, Wuthernig Heights (2011) and Flyboys.
Helmsley Arts Centre is the third venue to join the Cine Yorkshire Live strand, alongside Selby Town Hall and Galtres Centre Easingwold, meaning increased access to world class performances for audiences across North Yorkshire. Upcoming events that will be broadcast live into venues via satellite include: The Nutcracker from the Royal Opera House and The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Night-time from the National Theatre.
For those of you who live nearby, don't forget to keep an eye on Cine Yorkshire's Digital venues, Hambleton Forum and Whitby Pavilion, which are updated regularly.
Cine Yorkshire is deliverd by the National Media Museum, Blaize and Screen Yorkshire with support from BFI and Creative England. The project has been bringing the latest in digital cinema to venues, screening over 800 films to 31,000 people, since it launched in October 2010.