HIT the Road is the latest offering from Keighley Film Club.

It follows an Iranian family of four as it flees towards the Turkish border, each person with a different reason for their journey.

"The film provides the whole gamut of emotions from pathos to slapstick but in a sensitive way," says club spokesperson Alan Watkinson.

"According to review site Rotten Tomatoes, it 'swerves between tragedy and gallows humour with the expert control of a stunt driver'."

Hit the Road (12A), written and directed by Panah Panahi, has a running time of one hour 33 minutes.

The screening is at Keighley Picture House on Sunday, May 21. Doors open at 5.35pm and the film starts at 6pm.

Next year's club programme will be available shortly.