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Bradford City of Film News

He named Me Malala - pupils will be able to ask questions via a live satellite after watching the documentary film, about the Noble Peace prizewinner

World's biggest youth film festival comes to Bradford

Jo Quinton-Tulloch and Andrew Cripps at the IMAX cinema

Become immersed in film as Bradford's revamped IMAX screen gets even bigger

Former Bradford Grammar School pupil and film critic Phillip Bergson

Film critic urges people to watch award-winning movie brought to Bradford

The new Imax projectors

Things are bigger and better at Media Museum's new Imax cinema

Students during a previous BFI Film Academy session

New film academy set up for Bradford teenagers

Greg Bishop

TV airing for nine short films produced for Bradford City of Film contest

Main character Jamie, played by an actor called Xander Hewitt, with his screen mother, actress Barbara Gravil

Bradford-made independent thriller set to be released shortly

Drew Barrymore

Movie star Drew Barrymore took refuge in farmer's caravan while filming in district

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, where filming is taking place for a major production for the BBC

Shooting of major BBC feature film starts tomorrow in Bradford district

The Bradford Godfather, Mohamed Fazal Hussain

Rarely seen film of Bradford 'Godfather' and post-war City players revealed in new online archive

Pupils with their 'Oscars' outside Cineworld

Red carpet treatment for winners of film and animation competition

Single frame from Louis Le Prince's cinema film of Leeds Bridge, 1888. It was the first moving picture film to be made

Bradford's role in the 'greatest mystery in cinema history'

Character actor Mehmood Sultan

From Bradford to Bollywood for city security guard

David Wilson, director of Bradford UNESCO City of Film

City of Film boss in Japan to strengthen global ties

A scene from Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, filmed at York Minster

BBC move benefits Yorkshire as more filmmakers set their sights on the region

A scene in Welcome to Karachi is shot on a street in Little Germany

Bradford's starring role in new Bollywood film

Bradford student film maker Enya Verity

City film student gets extra funding

Posters for Gatecrasher are being sold in China where the short film has been viewed more than 360,000 times on computers

Makers of £60 short film shot in Bradford seek crowdfunding to shoot full £120,000 version

A delegation from Jingdezhen in China with the Lord Mayor of Bradford, Councillor Mike Gibbons

Leading film and TV executives hail success of Bradford International Film Summit

Filming of An Inspector Calls at Salts Mill

How the Bradford district is enjoying a renaissance in TV

Bradford International Film Summit gets underway

Bradford International Film Summit gets underway

David Wilson is Director of Bradford UNESCO City of Film.

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A three-day party welcoming the world of film to a city on the rise

A scene from the TV drama series Peaky Blinders, parts of which were shot on location in and around Bradford and Keighley and in the Yorkshire Dales

'Being in the right place for a film location can prove to be a very lucrative business'

Bradford International Film Summit reaches across the world

Bradford International Film Summit reaches across the world

Steve Abbott

Film summit will be a giant boost to city’s profile

Liz Molyneux, executive producer, who will chair the Focus on Children’s Film and TV panel at the Bradford International Film Summit

Top BBC boss set to speak at Bradford International Film Summit

Drew Barrymore with the film crew on Ilkley Moor

More movies shot in Bradford district is great news for local businesses

Sameena Jabeen Ahmed

Love story filmed in Bradford district is fraught with bleak realism

Bradford film-maker Steve Call

Bradford film-maker to shoot new movie in his home city

The 100-seater Cinemobile, which will travel from Galway for the Bradford International Film Summit

Plans for Bradford International Film Summit include 100-seater mobile cinema

Alicia Vickander and Kit Harrington in a scene – filmed at Keighley Railway Station – from Testament of Youth

Film-making boosts Bradford's economy

Alicia Vickander in a scene aboard one of the Keighley carriages, fromTestament of Youth (photo: BBC Films/Heyday Films)

Major new film shot on famous Keighley & Worth Valley railway set for release

Get Santa, starring Jim Broadbent and Warwick Davis, which was partly shot in Bradford

2014 was a great year for the City of Film... and 2015 looks set to be better

Film crews in Victoria Road, Saltaire for the filming of a Hollywood movie

Hollywood film makers pick Saltaire as location for new movie

Welcoming the UNESCO announcement at the Galway Film Centre's Annual Film and Television Seminar are (from left), Declan Gibbons of Galway Film Centre, Galway City Council senior executive officer for culture Patricia Philbin, Mayor of Galway Cllr Donal L

UNESCO expands City of Film network

David Wilson, director of Bradford City of Film

Bradford to host international film summit

Haworth's Home Guard on exercises

Haworth's Home Guard to star in new Dad's Army film

An artist's impression of what the new cinema on North Parade could look like

Bid to convert old showroom into new independent cinema in Bradford

A  still from one of the films to be shown

Films from Imperial War Museum to be shown in City Park

Puppets from the film Coraline

Aardman co-creator to speak at Bradford Animation Festival

J B Priestley at home reading in his study in 1946.  Credit: Daily Herald Archive/National Media Museum.

Actress Hannah Gordon to visit Bradford for rare screening of J B Priestley film

Hollywood actress Drew Barrymore in Haworth this week

Hollywood stars place city in frame

A picture of Drew Barrymore shared on Facebook by Phil Hooker.

Movie star Drew Barrymore swaps the Hollywood hills for Ilkley Moor

Function at Bradford University.FA chairman Greg Dyke on the right with vice chancellor of Bradford University Prof Brian Cantor on the left and Felix Kankwamba fro the students union in the middle.

British film chairman Greg Dyke tells Bradford audience of the area’s great creative potential

STARS: Bradford Bazaar hosted a film crew from India. From left, local actor Mehmood Sultan and Maharaja Fabrics MD Jas Maharaja

Bradford's Bazaar is the backdrop for new film Welcome to Karachi

An images of the Media Museum

Cinema chain takes over operation of National Media Museum's three screens

WINNER: Gregory Bishop

Film-maker honoured by Bradford's top City of Film award


Arts company celebrates 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz with parade of 'Dorothys' in City Park

Stop-motion animated film Boxtrolls

Industry greats meet fans at annual animation festival

Katie Halfyard, 16, with the mobile phone app

New phone app and film uncovering Bradford's film heritage unveiled

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