KEIGHLEY Film Club's next screening is the award-winning Kosovan movie drama Hive.

It follows the true story of Fahrije, played by Yilka Gashi, whose husband is missing after the war in Kosovo.

She sets up her own small business producing organic foods to provide for her children, working with women in a similar situation, but as she fights against a patriarchal society that does not support her she faces a crucial decision.

"The collective way the women try to operate is met with hostility in her village," says Alan Watkinson, for Keighley Film Club.

"Fahrije is able to resist this through the support the enterprise offers and the change that happens within her own family's attitudes.

"Reviewers make the point that director Blerta Basholli takes a social realistic approach that follows Ken Loach films, where society betrays working people who might expect help and protection."

Hive, which has English sub-titles, premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, where it won three awards.

It has a 15 certificate, and runs for one hour 24 minutes.

The film club screening is at Keighley Picture House, in North Street, on Sunday, March 19. Doors open at 5.35pm, and the film starts at 6pm.