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From modern foreign cinema to creative arts at 35th film festival




Dr Alex Harvey (Trevor Howard) and Laura Jesson (Celia Johnson) in Brief Encounter, which is showing at this year's Cambridge Film Festival. ANL-150731-162604001
Dr Alex Harvey (Trevor Howard) and Laura Jesson (Celia Johnson) in Brief Encounter, which is showing at this year's Cambridge Film Festival. ANL-150731-162604001

Creative moving images and a wealth of foreign cinema are among the offering at this year’s Cambridge Film Festival.

The UK’s third longest running film festival is celebrating its 35th birthday this year with a suitably impressive programme.

One highlight will be a focus on Artist Cinema, from delicate animated sculptures to bold multi-layered film canvases, with sets by Davy and Kristen McGuire and moving image artists Brian and Gareth McClave.

Foreign cinema feature including Contemporary German Cinema and Camera Catalonia, as well as offerings from France, Scandanavia and Poland.

Movies on the Meadows will return to Grantchester Meadows on August 29 to 31, while the Family Film Festival will welcome a host of film and TV characters.

For more information, visit www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk.



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