KEIGHLEY Film Club's next screening is Untouchable.

The movie is being shown at the town's Picture House cinema, in North Street, on Sunday (January 15).

Doors open at 5.35pm, and the screening starts at 6pm.

Alan Watkinson, for the club, says: "This an unusual comedy drama that has won the highest accolades in French cinema.

"It is the story of an ex-convict, homeless, inexperienced carer Driss who is expected to care for wealthy quadriplegic Paul, who was seriously injured in a paragliding accident. Driss (Omar Sy) is expected to clean, feed, move and care for Paul (Francois Chizet). Not only does he manage this, but there develops a strong bond between the two.

"Untouchable – not to be confused with the 1987 film The Untouchables, starring Sean Connery – has won stunning reviews and a Cesar Award for best actor, and sold 51 million tickets worldwide."