MULTI-language film Woman At War is the first monthly movie of the autumn from Keighley Film Club.

The volunteer-run club will as usual screen films chosen by its supporters on Sunday evenings at Keighley Picture House in North Street.

Woman At War (12a), shown on September 15, is a 101-minute black comedy drama about a 50-year-old woman waging a guerrilla war against the aluminium industry in Iceland.

The environmental activist leads a double life, also seeking permission to adopt a Ukrainian girl so she can nourish a broken world.

Marianne and Leonard - Words of Love (12a), on October 20, is a tender love story told as a musical documentary by Nick Broomfield, who knew Cohen and Ihlen in the 1960s in the Greek bohemian idyll of Hydra.

Ihlen inspired Cohen’s songs such as So Long Marianne, their sporadic relationship continuing for decades in North America.

Vita and Virginia (12a), on November 17, follows Virginia Wolf and Vita Sackville West in the literary set of 1920s London’s Bloomsbury. The two married women had an affair, which proved challenging for upper-class society.

December 15 sees On The Basis of Sex (12a), a true story about a US attorney who as a young mother encounters male prejudice at work.

Films are shown at 6pm, with doors opening at 5.35pm.