Established in 1977 and re-launched in 2001, the Cambridge Film Festival has developed into a high profile event with a reputation as one of the UK's most prestigious and well-respected film festivals. The Festival was originally conceived with a two-fold purpose: as a means of screening the very best of current international cinema; and to rediscover important but neglected film-makers and their films, which were either out of distribution or unseen for many years. The Festival's mission is to showcase the very best international cinema to the widest possible audience, by premiering and previewing outstanding new work as well as acknowledging cinematic classics through retrospectives and revivals. The Festival's acclaimed programme includes feature films, shorts, and documentaries from around the world, as well as a Children's Film Festival. The atmosphere is heightened by visits from actors and directors, parties and receptions, workshops and educational events, and spectacular outdoor screenings and drive-in movies.
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