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Get our tips on how to make the most of the Festival, plus information on our venues and the local area - where to eat, drink, and stay in Cambridge. If you love film, we’ll see you in Cambridge in October!

For those of you who are new to Festivals or to the Cambridge Film Festival (CFF) itself, welcome to a celebration of cinema from across the world, with opportunities for you to see films you couldn’t even begin to imagine, that you probably otherwise wouldn’t even get to hear of! 



Take a look at Festival Director Tony Jones’ introduction to the Film Festival, where he talks about what makes this fantastic event such a unique experience.



The 2016 Cambridge Film Festival Brochure will be available for download! Physical copies will be available from the Arts Picturehouse Cinema.



Most films are priced at usual cinema ticket prices, but there are also free events and offers so that you have no excuse to miss out! Here you will find all the information regarding booking tickets, as well as details on the Festival Passes and other great discounts!



The Cambridge Film Festival has a number of trusted partners in the city who are happy to provide affordable and convenient accommodation for attendees of the festival.



Cambridge has a reputation as one of Europe's most romantic capitals. Steeped in history and architecture, with prominent sights at every turn. From the river Cam to the Botanical Gardens, Queen’s College to the Newmarket Racecourse, Cambridge is a timeless city offering a fascinating mix of old and new. Here’s our guide on the best things to do whilst visiting this fantastic city throughout the Festival period.

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