Subject: Friend Here's Your Cambridge Film Festival Brochure - AMPLIFY!

This year Cambridge Film Festival is AMPLIFY! 
We're working in collaboration with three other UK film festivals to bring you all the great films you expect from CFF.

We’re proud to be delivering almost everything that’s great about Cambridge Film Festival (we’d dearly love to be in the cinema and we'll be back as soon as possible) to our dedicated audience in Cambridge and across the UK, with a brand new online film festival.

Streaming from this Friday Nov 6 until Sunday Nov 22. The whole festival has been turned around in less than half the time we usually have for CFF but we have spent more time than ever making sure it is easy for you to navigate. 

Full listings, how to book and everything you need to know about AMPLIFY! is accessible via the CFF website you know and love at...

  • Take a look through the brochure or go to
  • Watch some trailers, read about the films
  • Buy individual tickets or save money with a Festival Pass (£50/£30 for TEN films!)
  • For 10% off, enter the discount code LoveCambridge
  • Book early to avoid missing out on the film(s) you want to watch (some have capped availability)
  • Make a note of when the film goes live
  • Watch the films
  • Tell us what you think #AmplifyFilm
The AMPLIFY! programme has been curated with the same passion for great films that every CFF has and we're excited to share it with you. 

Take a look at the brochure for full details, highlights include...

A large number of UK premieres including Adventures of a Mathematician, the story of Stanislaw Ulam, a brilliant Jewish mathematician and one of the greatest scientific minds of the 20th century, and Viggo Mortensen’s directorial debut Falling, a Cannes 2020 official selection fresh off its successful screening at San Sebastian International Film Festival. 

If it's black comedy you're after then Patrick (De Patrick), which casts Flight Of The Conchords’ Jemaine Clement is for you, and it's even set in a Belgian nudist camp!

Great documentaries have always been at the heart of CFF and this year is no different, Coded Bias 
deals with the overwhelmingly Orwellian issue of algorithms and just who they serve, while David Osit’s richly detailed documentary Mayor follows Musa Hadid, the charismatic Christian mayor of Ramallah, the de facto capital of Palestine. 
Support the Cambridge Film Festival

If you are in a position to consider making a donation to support the Cambridge Film Festival and film culture across the region, that would be a great help and hugely appreciated. 

Thank you.

AMPLIFY! Film Festival is a collaboration between Cambridge Film Festival, FilmBath, Cinecity (Brighton), and Cornwall Film Festival.

Cambridge Film Festival is presented by 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
Principal Partners of Cambridge Film Festival
Cambridge Film Trust, Arts Picturehouse 38-39 St Andrew's Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 3AR, United Kingdom
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