It's already been a busy day for Cambridge Film Festival blog posts from me, so I'm going to be brief with my final post from the festival. Here are a few highlights of the closing weekend to go with my earlier silent film post and Bill & Katie's wedding.
First up, we've got director Bryn Higgins, who brought Unconditional to the festival:
Next up, John Sweeney, who provided the live soundtrack to Hitchcock's Blackmail:
Next up, a couple of highlights from James Mackay's Microcinema strand. First, we've got filmmakers Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pail, who premiered Savage Witches at the Cambridge Film Festival:
And William Fowler of the BFI curating a set of films by William Lacey:
The closing weekend also played host to producer Isona Passola, who brought the amazingly popular Black Bread here as part of the festival's Catalan strand:
…and Dylan Richards, who directed Richard Burton: The Secret:
The regular highlight of the closing night is always the surprise movie. This year, the sense of occasion was highlighted by the security clampdown that saw everyone surrendering their phones on the way into the screening. Somehow, my little ol' camera (I'm good at this understatement thing, aren't I?) didn't count, so here's the sold-out crowd and festival director Tony Jones closing the festival: