A 117-year-old film will be screened in a Bradford venue this weekend to celebrate 50 years since the Moon landing.

On Sunday Brick Box Rooms on Ivegate is screening Georges Méliès 1902 sci-fi film A Trip to the Moon along with music accompaniment from classical art rock band Stems.

The Yorkshire band will also play Soundtrack to the Stars, a live score set to real footage of space filmed by NASA and the Hubble Space Telescope.

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The film is considered one of the most influential of all time, and is famous for its bizarre imagery. A similar screening was previously held as part of the Brick Box's "Wild Woods" events.

The screening has been times to coincide with celebrations marking 50 years since the Apollo 11 mission.

The event runs from 4.30pm to 6pm and has been organised by Bradford based Live Cinema UK. Tickets are available at eventbrite.co.uk/e/stems-play-live-to-silent-film-a-trip-to-the-moon-tickets-63566015664?fbclid=IwAR1CNdg0nrTLzEvNjNDqGibvZGM1_MLiJ7YfB6TFMeek2Ovij4zeSRSmutI