CITY Screen, York, is linking up with the Yorkshire Film Archive to present Filmed And Forgotten (PG) on November 1 at 6.30pm.

Using archive film of York and Yorkshire at the end of the First World War, YFA archive manager Graham Relton will give an insight into wartime life in communities across Yorkshire and the impact that The Great War had, both on those who went to fight and those left at home.

Graham says: "The films capture rare moments in the story of York: soldiers on parade in St George’s Field, before marching through the city and across Lendal Bridge to the railway station, on their way to the front.

"A food kitchen was opened to help the poor. Tanks were unloaded at the railway station and driven through the centre of York, and soldiers were on parade before going to war. The city walls were re-created on Knavesmire in 1929 to form the backdrop to a huge military tattoo featuring the British Army past and present."

Dave Taylor, City Screen's marketing manager, says: "We’re delighted to have Graham Relton back to present more of the amazing collection of film held and restored by Yorkshire Film Archive. This particular group of films was first screened as part of the Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York in 2014 and we’re looking forward to this year's ASFF from November 7 to 11.”

Tickets for Filmed And Not Forgotten are on sale on 0871 902 5747, at or in person at the Coney Street box office.