34 films are set to be showcased at this year's Keswick Film Festival, which is currently underway.
It's the 15th time the event has taken place.
Organisers hope this is the year it will break even as the event usually runs at a loss.
Two of the films were made locally.
The Raven on the Jetty was filmed in Ullswater using a Cumbrian cast and crew. The role of the Raven was played by Cadge, a raven from the Silverband Falconry in Kirkby Thore.
Lad: A Yorkshire Story was shot on the Yorkshire Dales by a filmmaker from Windermere, Dan Hartley. Three of the main characters were played by local actors.
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