Next Weekend is the bank holiday and on the Friday 27th until 29th August as a leadup to next month’s Cambridge Film Festival, the festival organisers are celebrating there 30th birth with 3 special open air screening under the stars on the idyllic surroundings of Grantchester Meadows, Cambridge. The 3 movies are fantastic in their own ways with screenings of Twilight Saga:Eclipse, the hart warming Pixar Animation UP and the best of the bunch the new fully restored( and with the missing 25 minutes included), the sci-fi classic from Fritz Lang METROPOLIS!
A highlight of Cambridge’s summer calendar, these August Bank Holiday screenings will see the Cambridge Film Festival transform a picturesque corner of Grantchester Meadows into the perfect open-air cinema. We’ll be setting up our massive inflatable cinema screen on the banks of the River Cam in Spring Lane Field, which is just behind the famous Orchard Tea Garden.
And there’s more than just films – come along early, bring a picnic or treat yourself to some of the tasty refreshments that will be available on-site from award-winning local suppliers, and enjoy the great riverside setting in time to see the inflatable cinema screen rise majestically from the river bank before the projectors roll… Gates will open at 6.00, with the films starting around dusk – roughly 8.30. So bring your blanket, pack a picnic (and a brolly, just in case!) and stretch out under the stars to enjoy these cinematic treats…
These special screenings are part of the Screen Team project, a Cambridge Film Trust initiative which has been funded by Legacy Trust UK, an independent charity set up to help build a lasting cultural and sporting legacy from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Book your tickets now via www.picturehouses.co.uk, in person at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, or by calling 0871 902 5720.
win 1 pair of Tickets For metropolis screening
The good people at Cambridge Film Festival have given me the last pair of tickets up for grabs for you and a friend to see this fully resorted version of the Fritz Lang masterpiece to win those 2 tickets answer this question:
What Was The Last Movie Fritz Lang Directed?
The dealine of the competition is midnight (going into) Friday 26th August and send yourname & answer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m affraid the competition is only opened to UK residents (unless your in holiday in Cambridge) and the winner will be informed by email, so good luck!!!
check out the Cambridge Film Festival website