Event details

24/03/2024 at 1:30 pm
The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre

Nature Matters -presented by Northumberland National Park
Brought to you by the Yorkshire and North East Film Archive, and shown in the picturesque setting of The Sill: Landscape Discovery Centre.

This screening will give viewers the rare opportunity to explore the region’s relationship with nature through 120 years of archive film footage. The film will be presented by Martha Cattell from the North East Film Archive who will take viewers on a journey through the archive’s film collection, exploring diverse environmental stories from the North East and Yorkshire, that cover a wide range of themes: from weather, wildlife and travel, to activism.

The film runs for 90 minutes, and there will be an opportunity for questions and answers at the end.

This screening is part of the Yorkshire and North East Film Archive’s ‘Nature Matters’ project which is supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Tyne Valley Film Festival is a community programmed film festival celebrating all things cinema.2024 hosts the fourth edition of the festival which has now expanded to 14 days of cinema with 36 films in 26 venues.

This screening is pay as you feel – a free screening with donations welcome.
By booking a ticket in advance you will guarantee a space for the screening, or you can turn up on the day to check availability.

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