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The Cambridge Super 8 Group is non-profit community group dedicated to the exhibition and creation of Super 8 film as a crucial art form in its own right. As well as organising the annual Cambridge International Super 8 Film Festival, the group is active in programming a multitude of screenings, talks and educational events in Cambridge and in East Anglia. The group is also committed to promoting new work and developing critical discussion as well as collaborations.
Tags: Festival, Movie, Film, creative, Performance, animation, cinema, Super Eight, camera, art installation, beginners, adults, workshops
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Location: CB2 1LA
The Alliance Française is the world's leading association for the teaching of French and promoting French culture. It has a much respected reputation in over 140 countries.
At the local level we aim to provide a "bridge" to everything French in and around Cambridge. We are here to help in whatever way we can: teaching the language, sharing conversation in French, reading and discussing books, enjoying French food and wine, watching French cinema, making trips to France et encore...
The Alliance Française is also keen to involve the many people from France and from French-speaking countries around the world who live in and around Cambridge and to serve as a meeting point for anyone who shares our love of France.
Location: M3 5BZ
Kinofilm are a short film agency and film community in Manchester. We produce a bi-annual European Short Film Festival (the next one to take place November 2012) and hold monthly short film events in Manchester.
The evening short film event known as KINO SHORTS is a film screening of about 8 short films and we have interviews and Q&A.s with the filmmaker and produce after the screening. Following the screening the event continues as a networking event, giving filmmakers, producers, writers, actors the chance to meet, exchange ideas and form collaborations and partnerships.
WE also hold bi-monthly screenings of local and North West independent low budget features, similar format as the shorts nights. Normally, the feature is supported by a short film.
Also, we hold a monthly vintage film night, were we screen on 16mm the films of yesteryear. Vintage comedy and animations from 1930s - 1950s, Pathe News Reels and Educational oddities.