The seventh day of the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival featured the biggest event of the festival, Michael Palin's appearance at Ely Cathedral. But first, let's see what was going on back at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse.
Director Susannah Boehm presented documentary Porgy and Me:
Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau presented their film, Born in '68:
The festival team spy theme is straying further and further into film noir territory. Here are the lovely Clare and Thom:
Then it was off to Ely for the main event of the day, Michael Palin: A Life In Pictures. The event was a collaboration between the Cambridge Film Festival and BAFTA, with Mark Kermode interviewing Michael Palin in front of an audience of 900 people at the spectacular Ely Cathedral.
The Cambridge Film Festival's drinks reception in one of the cathedral's many chapels:
Cambridge Film Festival director Tony Jones with presenter Mark Kermode: