Blaize is excited to annouce that Cine Yorkshire's spring 2013 film season is underway, featuring more than 100 screenings at venues from village halls in the hinterlands of North and East Yorkshire, to community venues in urban Bradford, thanks to our brand new community cinema initiative supported by Bradford UNESCO City of Film.

We’re delighted to welcome Gargrave Village Hall and Rainton Village Hall in North Yorkshire & Market Weighton Community Centre in East Yorkshire to join our village hall programme presented in partnership with ArtERY. The new venues to join our community cinema initiative in Bradford District are Culture Fusion, The Wheatley Arms in Ben Rhydding, Bradford Cathedral and Keighley Central Hall.

Our programme reflects the diversity of our audience, with this season's highlights including world cinema favourites Untouchable & The Kid With A Bike, made in Yorkshire classics Kes & This Sporting Life and recent box office hits Skyfall and Midnight In Paris. There are also acclaimed documentaries, such as Marley & Senna, kids favourites, Brave and The Adventures of Tin Tin and  silver screen presentations of Road To Singapore and The Happiest Days of Your Life.

Cine Yorkshire is a project delivered by the National Media Museum and Blaize with support from the BFI, Creative England and Screen Yorkshire. The project has been bringing the latest in digital cinema a live event broadcasts to community venues across Yorkshire and beyond, screening over 1000 films to 35,000 people, since it launched in October 2010.

Click on the image below to see the full programme

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