A SPECIAL charity screening of a much-loved film about a Bradford group will be held next month. 

The multi-award-winning A Bunch of Amateurs will be shown at the Harrogate Odeon at 7pm on April 24.

It will raise money for two mental health charities, Wellspring Therapy and Training and Harrogate Mind. 

Tickets, costing £10, can be bought via www.harrogatefilmsociety.org/event-details/a-bunch-of-amateurs

The acclaimed documentary gives a unique and sensitive insight into the lives and fortunes of the members of Bradford's Movie Makers, which is described as the world's oldest amateur film-making club.

The film will be followed by a chance to meet director Kim Hopkins, producer Margareta Szabo and members of the cast.

Paula Stott, of the Harrogate Film Society, said: "The film highlights the impact of community, of friendship, of coming together in the bleakest and the best of times.

"It's a real joy.

"The film deserves to be seen by as many people as possible."