Dozens of people have gathered in Sheffield this lunchtime to watch a film being shown in tribute to late actor Robin Williams.
Sheffield Council has arranged a special screening of his 1991 classic Hook.
The free screening is taking place at an outdoor screen set up on The Moor, which is showing films on Saturdays throughout the summer holidays.
It had originally been planned that Despicable Me 2 would be shown this morning, but the council changed the film following the news of Williams’ death.
Despite the overcast weather, many families were there well ahead of the showing starting at 11.30am.
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