A CELEBRATION of cinema technology at Bradford's National Science and Media Museum has announced its line-up.

The 22nd edition of the Widescreen Weekend Festival runs from October 11 to 14, and opens with a 50th anniversary screening of Sergio Leone’s classic Spaghetti Western, Once Upon a Time in the West, from 1968.

Other special guests over the four days include Walt Disney Studios’ Director of Library Restoration and Preservation, Theo Gluck, and Hollywood VFX Artist Carin Anne Strohmaier (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Back to the Future II), will be introducing a screening of Contact, one of the films she worked on with director Robert Zemeckis in 1997.

The festival will take a closer look at female representation in film, both on and off-screen, and guest speakers include broadcaster Samira Ahmed.

For the full line-up visit www.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/widescreen-weekend