AWARD-winning movie Till is the latest offering from Keighley Film Club.

The biographical drama is based on the true story of Mamie Till Mobley, an educator and activist who relentlessly pursued justice after the murder of her 14-year-old son Emmett in Mississippi in August, 1955.

"Till is a remarkable true story of one mother's fight for justice following the brutal torture and lynching of her young son after a visit to his cousin's family," says Alan Watkinson, for the film club.

"She challenges the blatant racism of the court officials and police.

"Review website Rotten Tomatoes awarded Till 96 per cent and described it as 'a profoundly emotional cinematic film'."

The movie, which has a 12A certificate and a running time of two hours ten minutes, stars BAFTA-nominated Danielle Deadwyler as Mamie and Jalyn Hall as Emmett.

Whoopi Goldberg also appears in the film, as Emmett's grandmother, and she contributed to its production.

Director is Chinonye Chukwu.

Till has picked up a number of accolades, including the African-American Film Critics Association Impact Award.

The Keighley Film Club screening is at the Picture House, in North Street, on Sunday, October 15. Doors open at 5.30pm and the film starts at 6pm.