It's been a busy time here at the 2011 Cambridge Film Festival, so I'm going to compile the opening weekend's events into one roundup!
The Arts Picturehouse here in Cambridge has been playing host to filmmakers from around the world, here to present their films - many of them UK or world premiers. Let's start with Dominic Allan, here to present his award-winning documentary Calvet:
The Cambridge Film Festival is a big supporter of new filmmaking talent, especially short film makers (for the pedants, that's the makers of short film makers - not the vertically-challenged makers of feature-length films). Here we have Christine Entwisle, here to present Our Ordered Lives:
Torsten Truscheit, here with Das Rauschen des Meeres:
Thomas Lawes presented his documentary about independent cinemas, The Last Projectionist:
Actors Ozzie Yue & Jennifer Lim were here for a Q&A session after An Act of Grace:
Burnout was brought to Cambridge by Verena Freytag:
And Late September was accompanied by director Jon Sanders and actors Anna Mottram and Bob Goody:
To finish off the opening weekend, the Cambridge Film Festival closed off Magdalene St in the centre of Cambridge to put on a series of short films and local archive footage:
The 2011 Cambridge Film Festival continues through to Sunday 25 September with a whole series of films and special events. Tonight, I'll be photographing a reprise of the 1920s version of Robin Hood with a new live score played by Neil Brand and Jeff Davenport - there's still a few tickets left if you're able to make it.