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2009 Cambridge Film Festival: day three

Posted in Commercial and PR at 09:41 on 20/09/2009

Despite being involved in the Cambridge Film Festival since 2005, yesterday was the first time I've been available for the opening Saturday of the festival. WIth several big events, it didn't disappoint…

Rollo Maughfling, the Archbishop of Stonehenge, appeared in documentary The Nature of Existence and took the audience's questions about Druidry after the screening:

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ShortFusion programmer Clare Leczycki with some of the filmmakers who appeared in the Best of British programme:

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Director Susanne Jäger arrived to present The Jungle Radio:

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Festival intern Clare Rastogi continues the festival's spy theme:

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Festival Daily sub-editor Laura Smith is a living example of the healthy lifestyle of Cambridge Film Festival staff (honest):

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Olivier Bohler takes questions about Codename Melville, his documentary about director Jean-Pierre Melville:

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Director Sebastian Lelio appeared via Skype to discuss his film, Navidad:

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The big draw of the day was undoubtedly the preview screening of Charles Darwin biopic Creation. Director Jon Amiel and screenwriter Randal Keynes (who also happens to be Darwins great-grandson) arrived to present the film:

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Randall's father, Richard Keynes, also made an appearance:

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After the film, a packed-out Q&A session in screen 1 of the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse:

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The 2009 Cambridge Film Festival continues until 27 September. Today promises to be one of the highlights, with a repeat of last year's open air screenings on Magdalene Street: silent films projected outside with live piano accompaniment. If you see me there (clue: I'll be the one covered in cameras trying to take pictures in the dark) then come and say hello!

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