A FILM about teenage cancer sufferers has been released by a Huddersfield charity.
The Laura Crane Trust will premiere the film at Huddersfield Media Centre in Northumberland Street next Tuesday from 7pm.
The Laura Crane Trust Promotional Film aims to show what life is like for teenagers living with cancer.
The trust is the only UK charity which specifically raises money to research cancers affecting 13 to 25- year-olds. It also pays for facilities to make life easier for sufferers while they are receiving treatment.
It was set up in October, 1996 by the family of 17-year-old Laura, just five months after she died from a complex mix of four types of cancer.
The film, shot by Marsden producer Richard Hellawell, features people who had cancer between the ages of 13 and 25 and friends and relatives of young cancer patients.
It will be sent out to organisations to try to raise the charity's profile.
Fundraiser Lucie Keeton said: "We often get requests to speak for groups all over the country, which is not feasible, so we wanted something to send to people which expresses who we are and what we do.
"It has taken almost three years to complete but we expect it will become a key fundraising tool and allow us to reach audiences locally and further afield."