A HIGHLY-acclaimed debut feature film from director Aleem Khan is being screened in Keighley.

After Love is the next offering from Keighley Film Club.

Mary Hussain ­– played by Joanna Scanlon – suddenly finds herself a widow following the unexpected death of her husband.

A day after the burial, she discovers he has a secret in Calais when an ID card emerges for Genevieve (Nathalie Richard) and a picture unfolds of his double life.

After Love – which has a 12a certificate, and 89-minute running time – has received various accolades, including a nomination at Cannes.

It is both written and directed by Aleem Khan, who was named a Screen International Star of Tomorrow in 2015 after receiving a BAFTA nomination for short film Three Brothers.

After Love is supported by BBC Films and the British Film Institute.

Alan Watkinson, for Keighley Film Club, said: "This amazing film is a story of secrets and lies, morality, a clash of culture and identities and of not judging a book by its cover. It is also a film of warmth, tenderness and harmony."

The screening is at the Picture House in North Street on Sunday, April 17, at 6pm.

Everyone is welcome.