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Following the huge success of the first season of "A Film I Love..." Cambridge Film Festival returns with two more special guests, introducing a film they love and explaining why it means so much to them.

 

We're thrilled to be able to announce the next two special guests and the films they love...

 

Coming soon on Monday September 30th Radio Times Film Editor Andrew Collins will be presenting THE CONVERSATION.


 

As a charity with the aim of bringing great films to as many people as possible we offering these screenings on a Pay What You Can Afford basis. 

We hope that by removing the barrier of cost more people will be able to see these great films and hear why our special guests love them so much.

All tickets will be available on a sliding scale from FREE to £12 and you can chose what you pay based on your circumstances - you won’t be asked for any proof / ID. We just ask that you are honest.

 

Tickets are available NOW!

Angellica Bell Introduces: The Terminator

Andrew Collins Introduces: The Conversation

 

Tickets will also be available in person at the Arts Picturehouse Box Office.

We have created the table of information below to help explain the Pay What You Can Afford scheme and the sliding scale of prices. It is simply a guide that may help you decide what to pay.

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All of the "A Film I Love..." screenings will take place at the Arts Picturehouse Cinema, which is located above Wetherspoons pub on St Andrews Street in the city centre. 

 

Past Events

 
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For Monday July 29th Presenter Angellica Bell chose James Cameron's 1984 cult masterpiece THE TERMINATOR.

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For Monday May 27th Classic FM's Tim Lihoreau chose the classic British comedy WITHNAIL AND I.

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For Monday April 29th Mathematician Bobby Seagull chose the Cambridge based period drama THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY.

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For Monday March 25th Poet Holly McNish chose Gurinda Chadha's powerful British road movie  BHAJI ON THE BEACH.

 

 

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    Phil Connors