Film - Streams of Wonder
Tuesday 16 October 2018
A new and enchanting one-hour film exploring the landscapes and people of the Yorkshire Dales in their various moods and guises.
Streams of Wonder explores, through the eyes of a young walker, the landscape and culture of this wonderful part of England. You are taken on a mystical journey, by rivers and streams, through woods and dales to meet the likes of farmers and fell runners, canoeists and cavers, cyclists and scythers, artists and artisans.
This film premiered in Settle to rave reviews – now it comes to Hawes! Produced and directed by The Moonbeam Collective, a Long Preston-based not for profit group which aims to celebrate the environment and rural life through music and the arts. The filmmakers will be at the screening to meet audience members.
Supported by the National Park’s Sustainable Development Fund.
60 minutes, suitable for all ages.
Doors will open at 17:30 for a 18:00 start.
Tea & coffee available plus BYO bar.
Tickets are £5.00 for single film or £8.00 for double bill with Menashe showing on the same night. To purchase a ticket for the double bill please click here.
‘The essence of The Dales captured in a host of images, words and music. The blending of all three is truly inspired.’ - Mike Harding