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More pictures from the 2010 Cambridge Film Festival

Posted in Commercial and PR at 11:31 on 24/09/2010

It's been a busy week here at the Cambridge Film Festival, so here's a quick roundup of days six to eight of the festival.

Tony Hawkes came to discuss Round Ireland With a Fridge with the audience:

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Director Stephen Frears took part in a career retrospective, as well as discussing his latest film, Tamara Drew:

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Sarah Turner returned to Cambridge to discuss her latest film project, Perestroika:

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Composer Ant Neely and production designer Sloane U'Ren taking part in a packed CFC panel discussion:

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Meanwhile, Malcolm Greenhill brought the Cambridge Independent Filmmakers Association to the festival:

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Producer Andrew Eaton arrived to discuss The Trip, his latest collaboration with director Michael Winterbottom and actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon:

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More filmmakers arrived to take part in the Microcinema strand, including Sean Garland…

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…Daniel Fawcett…

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…and actor Vito Maraula:

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The festival couldn't function without its hardworking band of volunteers, interns and staff:

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