The film, shot in 35mm, by Fred Thomas is available to view for free on the Yorkshire Film Archive
Marvel changing across the and get with familiar Pam Royle, Sue Howard, Director of the North East and Yorkshire Film Archive
, says: "What is fantastic about these collections is that whenever we give screenings or presentations, people immediately connect with the films, and that's because they recognise the places they grew up in, went to work, the shops, the streets - and often the people captured on film - and before you know it, the stories start to flow.
After the showing in Huddersfield the film is being screened at Loughborough University and donated to the Yorkshire Film Archive
It merged with the Yorkshire Film Archive
in 2012 and, together, the archive boasts over 50,000 titles, ranging from films made by the early film pioneers of the late 1890s, to recent footage of changing landscapes and life across the North.
Thanks to funding from Screen Yorkshire and collaboration between the racecourse and the Yorkshire Film Archive
, a compilation of archive cine film has been put together, capturing the moods of a race day from the 1920s to the 1970s, and was broadcast between races.
In some cases it has been possible to deposit collections of local broadcasts, particularly news, in local repositories such as the North West Film Archive and the Yorkshire Film Archive
Yorkshire Film Archive
and Yorkshire Cricket Foundation are also involved and the film will be introduced at 7.15 before being shown at 7.30.
Footage from the last 20, 50, and 100 years is to be unveiled as part of Yorkshire Film Archive
's Moving North: Coastal initiative.
chroniclelive.co.uk We have Holiday: Whitley Bay (1935, NEFA), filmed less than a year before the Jarrow March; "Scooter Weekend" (1957, NEFA) where Vespa and Lambretta Club scooter enthusiasts gather at a wet Whitsun carnival parade and charity rally; and Bring 'em Back Alive (1957, Yorkshire Film Archive
) where fishing boats return to shore with live crabs at Seahouses - the lovely harbour on the Northumberland coast.
The Yorkshire Film Archive
says: "Lucy Fairbank was one of the first amateur cinematographers in the Colne Valley and filmed valley life and landscape on 16mm film between 1934 and 1962."
In July 2012, NEFA merged with the Yorkshire Film Archive
(YFA), opening up opportunities to build and share collections, expertise, and facilities .
North East Film Archive - formerly the Northern Regional Film and Television Archive - and the Yorkshire Film Archive
(YFA) will offer more opportunities for the public to access material including historic coal mining footage from the 1920s and a promotional film for Ringtons Tea from 1932, as well as scenes of Norton High Street and the Transporter Bridge.