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Crowds of families queue for the Shipley Glen Tramway, as a group of lads kick a football around and children are lifted up for donkey rides. They could be scenes from any summer afternoon - but they were filmed more than 100 years ago.

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YFA are delighted to be working again with Sheffield Doc/Fest on a new production which combines archive footage with a stunning Richard Hawley soundtrack: Love is All takes us on a journey through the Twentieth century, exploring love and courtship on screen in a century of unprecedented social upheaval.

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As York gears up for the Tour de France in July, we've been working in tandem with the City Screen Picturehouse in order to bring together a special film show capturing the joys of people’s personal cycling journeys in the region.

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Friday 4th Apr 2014

YFA are seeking a curator to research, co-ordinate, and deliver our 'Filmed and Not Forgotten' World War I project. 

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Thursday 27th Mar 2014

... and to celebrate the Grand Départ 2014, YFA is proud to be part of Tour de Cinema - a major strand of the 100 day Yorkshire Festival, bringing a century of cycling themed cinema to towns, cities and communities across the county.

Our new short film, From Trike to Bike, launched on 28th March as part of the Bradford Film Festival, and will play at all the major public Tour de Cinema events, on large-scale high-definition screens, popping up in beautiful open-air locations across the county, including many National Trust sites such as Malham Cove, Hardcastle Crag & Gibson Mill, Nunnington Hall, Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey and Ravenscar.

If you're planning a community event to mark Le Tour, we'd be delighted to provide you with a DVD copy of From Trike to Bike, free of charge, to screen as part of your celebration.

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