A live report from the opening night of the 13th Bradford International Film Festival, focusing on the gala UK premiere of Amazing Grace, with director Michael Apted, actor Benedict Cumberbatch and festival director Tony Earnshaw.
Author Tony Earnshaw discusses his new book Made in Yorkshire, about a century of film making in the county, and reveals newly discovered amateur color footage of the filming of Billy Liar in Leeds in 1962.
Bradford, UK celebrates becoming the world's first UNESCO City of Film. Among the supporters are Oscar-winner Simon (Slumdog Millionaire) Beaufoy, producer Steve (Brassed Off) Abbott, filmmaker Abbe Robinson and Bradford Film Festival director Tony Earnshaw.
Prior to being presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 17th annual Bradford International Film Festival by artistic director Tony Earnshaw, British acting legend Claire Bloom is interviewed by BBC presenter Phil Bodmer.
Following the death of British writer Stan Barstow, reporter Alan Whitehouse looks back on the career of an author whose breakthrough novel A Kind of Loving helped define the so-called "kitchen sink revolution" of the 1960s. Film historian Tony Earnshaw comments on Barstow's legacy.
Look North reports live from the Bronte Parsonage in Haworth where the latest adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre receives its UK premiere. Director Cary Fukunaga describes the film's route from page to screen, whilst Bronte biographer Dr. Juliet Barker and film critic Tony Earnshaw give their impressions of the story's timeless appeal.
Joe Inwood reports live from the first Gothic Film Festival in Leeds, held within the ruined 12th century Kirkstall Abbey, which is screening several classic films. Organiser Tony Earnshaw is interviewed.