COMING up next week at The Roxy’s Film Club is Western (12A). The movie, screened at the Ulverston cinema on Thursday, February 14, tells of a group of German construction workers who start a tough job at a remote site in the Bulgarian countryside. The foreign land awakens the men’s sense of adventure, but they are also confronted with their own prejudice and mistrust due to the language barrier and cultural differences.

KESWICK Film Festival director, Ian Payne, says the stars have aligned beautifully for the 20th gathering with major figures within the industry having new films out on release, providing some headline performances over the festival weekend. Running from February 28 until March 3, this year’s gala screening on Saturday, March 2, will be Sometimes Always Never, which stars Bill Nighy and Jenny Agutter, and is written by one of the UK’s finest scriptwriters, Frank Cottrell Boyce.

REVERENCE - A Journey Into Fear is a full length mountain bike film that delves into the psyche of eight elite mountain bike superstars on a quest to understand what motivates them to tirelessly lay down their legacy. Screened at Zeffirellis

at Ambleside on Monday, February 11 (6.30pm), the viewer is taken on a journey showing where each athlete's fears originate from, how their fears got implanted into their psyche and what they do to manage their fears to accomplish the unthinkable.