After a couple of days away from this year's Cambridge Film Festival to photograph a spectacular wedding in Herefordshire, I was back in Cambridge on Sunday for one of the busiest days of the festival in terms of special events.
The biggest event of the day (and possibly the whole festival) was The Rhythm of the Tracks in the grounds of the Fitzwilliam Museum. Festival stalwart Neil Brand, accompanied by Günter Buchwald on violin, improvised a soundtrack for a series of train-themed silent films.
Back at the Arts Picturehouse, the Dodge Brothers accompanied Neil Brand in soundtracking Beggars of Life. From left to right, we have Mike Hammond, Aly Hirji, Neil Brand, Alex Hammond and Mark Kermode:
French director Jean Becker discussing My Afternoons With Margeuritte with the audience:
The festival set up what was described as a "pop-up 3D cinema" at the Grafton Centre, showing specially commissioned 3D footage of Cambridge:
Filmmaker Pete Harmer teaching local children how to make a film in a day: