A MULTI-award-winning movie is being screened in Keighley on Sunday, June 18.

The Quiet Girl is the latest offering from Keighley Film Club.

"It is a deceptively simple story about rural Irish life which has won no fewer than 14 awards from film festivals around the world," says club spokesperson Alan Watkinson.

"Reviewers have described the film as bringing together a strong narrative with stunning cinematography, sound and images, to present a unique atmosphere. Review website Rotten Tomatoes rates the film at 96 per cent.

"If you enjoyed The Banshees of Inisherin, you will enjoy this film too!"

Set in 1981, The Quiet Girl sees neglected Cait – played by Catherine Clinch – sent away from her dysfunctional family to live with foster parents for the summer. She blossoms in their care, but discovers a dark secret in the house.

The film, which has a 12A certificate and runs for one hour 35 minutes, is based on Claire Keegan's novel Foster.

It marks the directorial debut of Colm Bairead.

Other cast members include Carrie Crowley and Andrew Bennett.

The Quiet Girl is being screened at Keighley Picture House, in North Street, at 6pm. Doors open at 5.35pm. Everyone is welcome.