A SERIES of films made by local amateurs will be on show next week.
The Huddersfield Video and Cine Club presents its ever-popular Festival of Film starting on Monday.
The films of several budding documentary makers will be on show nightly in the Mayor’s Parlour at Huddersfield Town Hall.
Treasurer Trevor Spencer said: “I’ve always been into film making and this is a great chance for people to show what they’ve done.”
Chairman Roger Parnell added: “These films are made by people who are amateurs but they are so professional-like.
“We have a varied programme and I think people will enjoy the series of films.”
Films include those made by Trevor and Joan Spencer, Gordon and Anne Sharpe, Bob Lorrimer, Dave Hackney, David Murray, Gareth Preston and Kevin Hiley.
Topics include Huddersfield’s Beaumont Park and the club’s take on St George’s Square, as well as films on Egypt and America.
Tickets are now on sale for the shows which run from Monday until Friday starting nightly at 7.15pm, plus a matinee on Wednesday.
Tickets cost £4.50 and can be bought from the Information desk at Huddersfield Library.