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Family Film Festival Three short films on the theme of sustainability. 

Crabe Phare,

Dir. Gaëtan Borde, Benjamin Lebourgeois, Claire Vandermeersh, Alexandre Veaux. France, 2015, 6 mins, French with English Subtitles.

The Crabe Phare is a legendary crustacean. He captures the boats of sailors who have lost their way, just to add them to his collection. But the crab is getting old and it’s getting harder and harder for him to build his collection.


Dir. Karsten Kjærulf-Hoop & Sarah Joy Jungen. Denmark, 2017, 4 mins.

In this beautful watercolour animation a small community of rain drops chase the clouds to keep up with the rain. What will happen to them when the sun comes out? 

The Unbeaked,

Dir. Hugo Glavier. France, 2017, 4 mins, French with English subtitles.

A beak isn’t a big deal. That is, one could easily do without it. Yet, as the whole world revolves around the beak, the Unbeaked is in a fix.  


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The Cambridge Film Festival is presented by the Cambridge Film Trust, a registered charity with a mission to foster film culture and education for the benefit of the public, in Cambridge and the Eastern region but also throughout the UK.