Magpie Cinema Presents! Heaven Adores You. A documentary film about the life & Music of Elliott Smith.

As part of The Hebden Bridge Arts Festival 2015, Magpie Cinema is proud to present an exclusive screening of Heaven Adores You at The Trades Club on Sunday 5th July 2015. Tickets can be purchased from the following outlets, or on the door. Tickets £7 (+Booking Fee) or Trades Box Office 01422 845265 […]

Magpie Presents! Stop Making Sense

Magpie returns to Inkfolk with a screening of the legendary Talking Heads film ‘Stop Making Sense’. “The most extraordinary rock movie ever made” Uncut.Five stars. Q Doors open 7.30pmFilm starts 8pmInkfolk, basement of Machpelah Mill, Hebden bridge. Bar till late£4 on the door. Stop Making Sense is the much celebrated 1984 film by Jonathan Demme, […]

We’re doing something right!

It’s always good to get feedback about what we are trying to do at Magpie Cinema. We present a diverse programme of independent film, short film and classics, all screened in unusual venues; working with friends, following tips and responding to requests from our growing audience. Andy Greenhouse from Cannes in Van recently brought the […]

The website address has disappeared from this jpg!! Thankfully it is on the posters. We’ve got films coming in from Salford, Leeds and Preston, as well as the Calder Valley. Keep ’em  coming…

Cannes in a Van – A Screen Social Special! March 29th!

    Cannes in a Van is the four-wheel film festival that takes independent film to the heart of the Cannes Film Festival & beyond, screening films straight from the back of a Ford Transit. The Van d’Or Awards for Independent Film was created to celebrate everything that independent film stands for – passion, innovation and […]

Cinema is changing – you are part of it

  Magpie has partnered with Future Shorts. On Thursday 13th December we become part of the global, pop-up film festival. Together we prove that cinema has a vibrant life beyond the multiplex; because at its heart, cinema is social. Short films are the starting point for filmmakers, yet cinema audiences  seldom have the opportunity to […]

This is how we roll…

Magpie Cinema event on 30th November was warm and welcoming  and focused on all things independent. We screened Last Shop Standing – the rise, fall and rebirth of independent record shops, with a Q&A by Graham Jones, author of the book Last Shop Standing, and Sif Jones from our local record shop, Muse Music. This […]

Programme for this Friday, 30th at Inkfolk

  Programme Magpie Cinema present independent’s day – it’s all about independent film, independent record stores and independent music. Friday 30th November 2012. Inkfolk @Macpelah Mill, Hebden Bridge. Doors open 7.30pm, programme starts at 8.00pm.  Bar, popcorn, film, music. £4.00.     #magpiecinema Last Shop Standing Magpie celebrates independent’s day The screening is followed by a […]