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The 2011 Cambridge Film Festival continues

Posted in Commercial and PR at 15:36 on 21/09/2011

The 2011 Cambridge Film Festival continues with a busy schedule of special events, guest filmmakers and actors and premiers. Here's a roundup of what's been happening over the last couple of days.

Director Ana Garcia came to Cambridge to present her documentary about Gibraltarian national identity, Gibraltar:

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Nicolas Winding Refn, winner of the 'Best Director' award at this year's Cannes film festival, arrived in Cambridge for a special preview screening of Drive. No, he didn't smile while he was here, although we did get to hear some interesting stories during his Q&A session about telepathy and fetishes:

Nicolas Winding Refn

Nicolas Winding Refn

Nicolas Winding Refn

Nicolas Winding Refn

Director Juanito Wilson brought her hard-hitting film, As If I Am Not There:

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

...and Nocern Collado was here with Cartography of Loneliness:

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

On a lighter note, Neil Brand and Jeff Davenport came to Cambridge for a reprise of their new, live soundtrack for the Douglas Fairbanks Robin Hood, preceded by a grand dinner for attendees at Trinity College:

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Neil Brand stayed on for another day to talk about composer Bernard Hermann:

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Emmanuel College is being a used a lot by the festival this year, including for yesterday's ICO panel discussion:

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Continuing this year's strong theme of showing documentaries, Frank Piasecki Poulsen brought his film about mining in The Democratic Republic of Congo, Blood in the Mobile:

2011 Cambridge Film Festival

One British film with a great buzz around it this year has been alternate history thriller Resistance. Here's director Amit Gupta:

Amit Gupta 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Last night's big event was Mark Kermode's visit to promote his new book, The Good, The Bad and The Multiplex:

Mark Kermode 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Mark Kermode 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Mark Kermode 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Mark Kermode 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Mark Kermode 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

Mark Kermode 2011 Cambridge Film Festival

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