Crossing The Mainstream

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Editor Rosy asks: why are the Ghostbustresses so hard for some people to love?


Who’s Who at the Oscars

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Rosy Hunt cherry-picks the Oscars’ most interesting, aesthetically pleasing and controversial.


Editors’ Blog: Festival Pairs

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Edd Elliott compares festival films.


Editor’s Blog: Themes Of The Festival

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Edd Elliott gives a low down of the under-the-radar themes of this year’s Cambridge Film Festival.


Mad Max: Blartertown

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Wahhh! Get out of our treehouse! Who wants to see a film about dungarees and mooncups?


Beyond Clueless

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Charlie Lyne’s Kickstarter funded documentary BEYOND CLUELESS is the inspiration behind this month’s feature theme: TEEN MOVIES


Ghostbustresses

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What, who and why female Ghostbusters?


Editors’ Blog: Hacked Off Films

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Edd Elliott discusses Hacked Off Films and the complexity of Immersive Cinema.


Faut souffrir pour être belle

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The tl;dr version of this Editor Blog is: we love you and we hope we’re helping you enjoy your voyage of discovery through the festival programme as much as we are.


Editors’ Blog — Sunday, 31st August: Day 4

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Edd attempts to unravel his biscuit and ukulele problems.


Editor’s Blog — Saturday 30th August: Day 3

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Jim rediscovers the small delights — and irritations — of the Cambridge Film Festival.


Editors’ Blog — Friday 29th August: Day 2

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Bucket List of the Festival. If you don’t do it you’ll be forcibly removed from the Picturehouse!


Editors’ Blog – Thursday 28th August: Day 1

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The daily dose from the editors. Edd Elliott’s 5 picks for the days ahead.


Germolene for Godzilla

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Ten reasons why Rosy loves GODZILLA.


Picturehouses & the Competition Commission

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The recommendations of the Competition Commission will not achieve what they want and misunderstand the local cinema scene in Cambridge, writes Jim Ross