AMPLIFY! Film Festival details

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What you need to know about this brand new collaborative Film Festival.


While the current Covid situation may have made it impossible to have an in-venue Cambridge Film Festival (CFF) this year, we are incredibly excited to join with three other regional UK film festivals (Film Bath, Cinecity (Brighton) & Cornwall) to create AMPLIFY!, a collaborative online festival, bringing our distinct voices to a wider audience across the UK.

See the Films and Make Your Booking 

You can browse through the full programme of Amplify! films on this CFF site. Films will be available to book for a number of days, as shown in the Booking Window on each film's page.
Select any of the dates in this section to go to the shared Amplify! viewing platform, where you can pre-book/book and watch your film.
You can start watching your purchased films at any time during the booking window. Once you start, you will have 48 hours to complete your viewing.

If you have any questions about the booking process, please refer to the Need Help page on the Amplify! viewing platform, where you will find lots of useful information and also have access to an excellent live chat function.


Ticket Prices

The AMPLIFY! Festival is committed not only to bringing great films to the UK but also to making them as affordable as possible. They are offering reduced ticket pricing for all 16–30-year-olds, as well as those who are unemployed, living on state pension alone, single parents, refugees, and students.
Individual Tickets
Standard        £8
Reduced        £5
Festival Passes (10 Tickets)
Standard        £50
Reduced        £30

Festival Passes are available now.

F Rating

CFF have long championed diversity in film, and have highlighted films made by women. We're excited to incorporate the F Rating for all Amplify! Films directed and/or written by women.
The F Rating was developed by FilmBath’s Holly Tarquini in 2014. If a film also features significant women on screen in their own right it is Triple F-Rated. The rating is designed to support and promote women and redress the imbalance in the film industry. There are over 80 film festivals and cinemas around the world who use the F-Rating to highlight films directed and/or written by women.