The rarely seen films will range from the 1930s to the 1970s giving a glimpse into the past and remembering village life and Herefordshire’s shared heritage. From an architectural tour of 1960s Tenbury Wells to closer to home with memories of the fight to save Leominster Town Hall in 1974, flooding in Eardisland village as well as local agriculture from hop picking to Hereford cattle.
A View From the Past
Tuesday 9th March 6:30 pm
The Courtyard Hereford
Tickets: £6/ £5
The screening at Hereford will be followed by a presentation by WeVee, an innovative online experience allowing the user to edit clips to music from the region’s fantastic archive film collections to create your own personalised ‘film’.
A View from the Past
Saturday 13 March 7:30pm
Leominster Civic Society at the Lion Ballroom, Leominster
The Borderlines Film Festival kicks off on 26th February and runs ’til 14th March. Visit their website for a full list of events and venues.