The penultimate day of this year's Cambridge Film Festival was bit quieter in terms of filmmakers arriving to promote their films, but was packed out by filmgoers watching big hitters such as Brideshead Revisited and Conversations With My Gardener.
Camfed (The Campaign for Female Education) presented their documentary Where The Water Meets The Sky:
Director Roland Wehap arrived to show Burma All Inclusive:
Director Christian Klandt and producer Martin Lischke took questions about Weldstadt:
Bill Thompson made up for the lack of any guests from Brideshead Revisited in his own unique style:
And now onto the eleventh and final day of the Cambridge Film Festival! I have a ticket for the surprise movie, so I'm hoping to be so blown away by festival director Tony Jones' choice that I don't regret missing every other film at this year's festival...