The Cambridge Film Festival, the UK's third longest-running film festival, returns for its 34th edition, 28th August – 7th September 2014 at the Arts Picturehouse and other venues across Cambridge. Here are our top picks from the programme.
Take your seats for a live satellite Q&A with Al Pacino, chaired by Stephen Fry at the BFI, and being broadcast to Picturehouses cinemas around the country, including Cambridge.
Relax with a beer, fab street food and movie classics... have your cake and eat it!
Enjoy a silver-screen classic from the Coen brothers poolside at the Lido
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Classic films outdoors with Enchanted Cinema
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A selection of cinema aimed at five- to 19-year-olds at different venues
Enjoy a silver-screen classic from the 80s while sipping a drink poolside at Jesus Green Lido
The Cambridge Film Festivalreturns for its 34th year at the end of August. Known for its diverse range of films, from arthouse gems to mainstream blockbusters, and a substantial family film festival too, it promises something for absolutely everyone.
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