MetFilm has announced the release date and debuted a trailer for the documentary ‘A Bunch of Amateurs.’

To be released in UK cinemas on 11 November, the doc follows the members of Britain’s oldest amateur film club, the film won the Audience Award at this year’s Sheffield Doc Fest.

Members of a quintessentially British working-class amateur filmmaking club, ‘BRADFORD MOVIE MAKERS’ grow old together amid flickering memories and challenging final years. Clinging to their dreams, and to each other, fuelled by endless cups of tea, this gently comedic, profoundly moving portrait of shared artistic folly speaks to the escapist dreamer in us all and to the enduring power of face-to-face time together, in an increasingly lonely, digital age.

Kim Hopkins directs and produces under her Labor of Love Films banner, alongside co-founder Margareta Szabo (Hotel Folly, Voices of The Sea) and The BFI Doc Society Fund. Simon Beaufoy executive produces alongside Lisa Marie Russo, Caroline Cooper Charles, Megan Gelstein and Capella Fahoome.

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Special previews are confirmed for 2 November at the BFI Southbank (London) and a homecoming premiere on 10 November at the National Science and Media Museum (Bradford) with Kim Hopkins and members of the Bradford Movie Makers in attendance. More previews will be announced in the coming weeks.