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Skipton Now: Cinema Showcase

March 30 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us for a celebration of our rich cultural heritage through the lens of local young filmmakers!


Billy White (

Settled (9 mins)

A tranquil film exploring the serenity, power, and natural beauty found in the Yorkshire Dales through the eyes of a photography enthusiast. His narration serves as a personal connection and gentle guide to the expansive world on our doorstep.

Clementine Bogg-Hargroves (Get Giddier)

Premiere: Snoop with Sneesh (25 mins)

In the wake of her escapades in Settle, the effortlessly charming Sneesh’s brand new “documentary” sees her getting stuck into what Skipton has to offer! Tonight’s premiere is introduced by Sneesh herself, Clementine Bogg-Hargroves.

Juliet Klottrup

Soundtrack to Skipton (5 mins)

Using an open source library of 60 sound clips of Skipton created by the local community, musician Rose Wheeler produced a musical piece exploring the town’s sound, paired with this series of filmic vignettes.

Golden Ratio (5 mins)

Shot in her signature style, this music video for Hayden Thorpe’s song “Golden Ratio” is quite literally a love letter to our rural landscapes.

Ruth Garrett

The Plug Drawing Riots of 1842 (5 mins)

What happens when a bunch of hungry, angry Lancastrians invade a small Yorkshire town? Chaos! With a bit of extortion thrown in for good measure… A short documentary telling the true story of when striking mill workers from Colne came to Skipton.

Sarah Smout

At Sea (5 mins)

“Tethered, and floating.” Shining a light on the healing that can come from being at sea, this video retells the journey that inspired cellist Sarah Smout’s original song.

The Knotted Project

This is our Skipton (3 mins)

Young people as part of SELFA made this film to express what Skipton and the spaces within the town mean to them. Created in a day and filmed by the young people.

Yorkshire Film Archive

Nature Matters (17 mins)

A brand new short film compiling archive footage to explore the changing relationships between human and nature in our regions. Part of the National Lottery Heritage Funded project ‘Nature Matters’. Get involved at:


90 minutes

Event Details


March 30
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Events Category:
Price - Adult
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Combined ticket for Cinema Showcase & Craven Music Match - £6


Skipton Town Hall
High St
Skipton, BD23 1AH
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