December 2013 update: I'm no longer working as a photographer

In 2009, I launched a company that makes business software for photographers, and now that company is so successful that I've regretfully had to put my photography business on hold indefinitely. You can find out more about this change on my blog.

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Cambridge Film Festival photos, day six: jazz, video games & film makers

Posted in Commercial and PR at 09:20 on 24/09/2008

Tuesday was the busiest day in the history of the Cambridge Film Festival, with screenings taking place at the Arts Picturehouse, The Junction, Wysing Arts Centre, Wesley Methodist Church and on the river. Oh, and there was another Machinima workshop at Anglia Ruskin University.

Director Michel Léviant presented his film, In Memory Of Us:

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Paolo Marinou-Blanco, director of Goodnight Irene, has become a familiar sight at this year's festival:

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Writer and lecturer Toby Venables hosted Paolo's Q&A session:

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Technology journalist Bill Thompson hosted a panel discussion about the overlapping worlds of cinema and video gaming:

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Derek Jarman collaborator and film maker Richard Heslop:

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James Mackay and Christopher Hobbs discuss Jarman's Edward II:

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Festival director Tony Jones:

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Emily Boldy, whose distinctive jangling sound is always reassuring amidst the chaos that can affect any big event:

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Murnau's The Last Laugh screened at the Wesley Methodist Church, with live accompaniment from jazz pianist John Law:

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Filmmaker Howard S Berger answers the audience's questions after the screening of A Life In The Death Of Joe Meek at The Junction:

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