A 'POP-up' cinema has been created in the former stockroom of Keighley's old Argos store.

The Cooke Lane building is currently home to award-winning arts charity Keighley Creative, which has been chosen to host special screenings as part of Leeds International Film Festival.

Keighley Creative Presents has teamed up with The Unit, a film-making hub backed by Channel 4 and Bradford Council, for the showings.

From Where We Stand, a documentary which portrays northern England post-Brexit, will be screened on Wednesday, November 15.

And on November 18, Hitchcock classic Strangers on a Train is being shown, together with Kim’s Video – a documentary telling the story of New York City's "strangest" video shop – and submissions from the Yorkshire Shorts Film Competition.

Aimee Grundell, director of Keighley Creative Presents, says: "We are honoured to have been selected by Leeds International Film Festival as a venue for this prestigious event and can’t wait to welcome Keighley folk to the 'Stockroom Cinema'.

"In order to make the screenings as accessible as possible, there will be no charge to attend, however spaces are limited and tickets need to be obtained."

For further information and to book tickets for the screenings, go to leedsfilm.com