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Cambridge Film Festival 2009: day one

Posted in Commercial and PR at 08:32 on 18/09/2009

The first day of the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival launched the festival in style with a wide range of events and filmmakers attending.

Festival director Tony Jones introduces the opening night gala screening of The Army of Crime:

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Director Robert Guediguian was on-hand to introduce the film and answer the audience's questions:

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Meanwhile, across the road from the Arts Picturehouse in Emmanuel College, director Thomas Hoegh arrived to introduce his five-screen installation piece, Identity of the Soul:

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The opening night drinks reception for the friends of the festival gave the day a celebratory atmosphere:

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The festival's spy film season lends the theme for this year's team photos. Here's Jonny Davey, the festival's Volunteer Coordinator (I'm assuming the title means that he's a coordinator of volunteers rather than someone who has volunteered to coordinate things…), who has disguised himself with the contents of the lost property cupboard:

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Final, members of local filmmaking team Project Trident. If you're a Picturehouse regular, you might recognise them, but they normally look friendlier than this:

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The first Project Trident screening takes place tonight at 23:00.

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