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The Movie Makers’ annual film show

Footage from the Market Harborough Movie Makers' documentary about the Welland Valley Vintage Traction Club.

Footage from the Market Harborough Movie Makers' documentary about the Welland Valley Vintage Traction Club.

The Market Harborough Movie Makers’ annual film show is being screened at Harborough Theatre on two nights.

A total of seven documentary films showcasing life in Harborough and historic footage will be shown this Wednesday and next Thursday, June 5. The shows will be at 7.45pm on both nights.

Tickets, priced £5, are available from Albery Tyson at 2 Roman Way, Harborough.

The group is the only movie-making club in the Harborough district and one of only two in the county.

The club makes documentary films and gets requests from more than 25 area organisations every year to stage a film show for them and its audiences total well over a thousand every year.

It is also affiliated to the Film and Video Institute.

The running order for the film nights will feature The Welland Valley Vintage Traction Club (2013), The Parish Church Restoration (1986), The Symington Building made by student Georgia Cook, Town Affairs (1974), The Hammond Arboretum charting its 100 years, This Was Libertyland (1973) and Harborough Theatre covering its life from 1933 right up to the present day.

For more details about the club, see its website at www.harboroughmoviemakers.org.

 
 
 

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