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Kirklees Filmmakers is a not for profit organisation that aspires to advance Kirklees people and educational and community groups with training in all areas of Film and New Media.                                        
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GALLERY

Take a look at some of the past projects that have been undertaken by students and young people at Kirklees Filmmakers.
Batley Festival
Young Peoples Activities




SPIRIT 2014
Dewsbury

Theatre Tol presents 'LUCE' a tale of two cyclists competing against each other for the love of the same women.

The event was part of the Yorkshire Festival 2014, and was supported by the Arts Council and Yorkshire Water and brought to you by the Arts and Leisure Team at Kirklees Council. 





HEALING FOODS
Catch it live from PKWA every Monday from
1 -2.30pm and learn about healthy cooking and eating!
Kirklees Great War Centenary 2014
A Pop-Up Cinema in Batley Town Hall on 31st May will showcase five documentaries made by people from across Kirklees. 

YOUNG PEOPLE'S FILM ACADEMY

From 'Script to scream' during Horror Film Week, children aged 8-12 years spent a week with a horror make-up artist, costume designer and director to producing this short film.  Find out more about taking part in future filmmaking activities.

Horror Film Week
FREE FILMMAKING
If you're aged 55+ then you can particpate in a free filmmaking course supported by Kirklees Council.

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LEGACY OF INDIAN CINEMA ART
Imagine a world where art speaks to us. Imagine each coloured paint stroke as having a keynote similar to one, as used in music.

In celebrating a 100 years of Indian Cinema, Indian Cinema’s first film ‘Raja Harishchandra’ (1913) has been recreated onto large canvasses to illustrate how song and dance can be both visually seen and heard through their diverse rich colours through a principle as ancient as Synaesthesia. See the GALLERY

Find out more at LOICA
Healing Foods