Day five of the 2010 Cambridge Film Festival might not have been packed with quite so much in the way of big outdoor events as day four, but it was just as exciting for me due to the return of Canadian filmmakers April Mullen & Tim Dorion. April and Tim were last in the UK for the launch of their first feature, the awesome Rock, Paper Scissors: the Way of the Tosser and this year they're back with Gravytrain.
Film music master Neil Brand stayed in Cambridge for an intimate workshop about creating music for film:
Hugh Hughes appearing at this year's film festival in a foray out of theatre and into film:
Jason King, director of Bad Company, answers the audience's questions:
German producer Leopold Hoesch presented The Miracle of Leipzig:
Jan Harlan, brother-in-law of Stanley Kubrick, discussing Kubrik's Napoleon:
And, finally, a few backslapping photos from the Cambridge Film Festival's 30th birthday party: