Anglia Ruskin University has two campuses in the East of England: one in Cambridge, and one in Chelmsford (Essex). They offer a range of education opportunities and students often get field-related experience in their local area - for example, year on year the Cambridge Film Festival intern intake includes one or more ARU students.
Our main venue and above the city centre streets, the Arts Picturehouse provides a hub for filmmakers and film fans alike, with a café/bar, friendly staff, and the most varied programme of films in the city.
A short walk from the Arts Picturehouse through Christ’s Pieces, the Buddhist Centre is home to the ‘Festival’ Theatre, one of only a handful of pre-Victorian theatres outside London.
The Consortium delivers high-quality, film-related activities to benefit students and the wider community. Its programme includes archive film shows, introduced screenings, evening courses, digital production workshops, Cambridge Film Festival screenings and lectures.
Cineworld Cambridge is a 9 screen cinema located less than 2 miles away from the historic centre of Cambridge. The cinema is served by good transport links and a multi-storey car park.
The popular outdoor swimming pool on Jesus Green provides a unique viewing experience for The Lido Picture Show.
A cinema run by young people from Sawston Village College for the community
The Jockey Club Rooms, in Newmarket, Suffolk, have been at the heart of British horseracing for over 250 years. As a private members club, few people have ever had the privilege of stepping inside and seeing the magnificent interiors, which house an unparalleled collection of British racing memorabilia. The Jockey Club Rooms is opening its gates inviting non-members to enjoy a film under the stars this August, with the film screening expertise of Cambridge Film Projects.