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Day eight of the 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Posted in Commercial and PR at 17:04 on 23/09/2011

The 2011 Cambridge Film Festival continues with its usual busy programme of events. The highlight of day eight was the charismatic Hamish McAlpine, founder of Metro Tartan, in conversation with The Guardian's Peter Bradshaw.

Hamish McAlpine

Cambridge Film Festival

Peter Bradshaw

Director Phil Cox presented The Bengali Detective:

Cambridge Film Festival

Cambridge Film Festival

Street Kids United was followed by a Q&A session with director Tim Pritchard and coach Biza Maldano, who was featured in the documentary:

Cambridge Film Festival

Cambridge Film Festival

Cambridge Film Festival

The documentary Forks Over Knives was followed by a panel discussing the research and implications of film. The panel was lead by Pamela Raspe of Wallace Cancer Care:

Cambridge Film Festival

Cambridge Film Festival

Finally, continuing the Cambridge Film Festival's support for new filmmakers with its short film programmes, we have Andrew Brand, Chris Dundon and Emma Curtiss:

Cambridge Film Festival

Cambridge Film Festival

Cambridge Film Festival

Cambridge Film Festival

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