The award-winning documentary will have a UK Premiere at the CAMBRIDGE FILM FESTIVAL on 20th September with a special Q&A with the film director after the screening.
The Cambridge Film Festival started in 1977 and has grown into a major UK film festival event with a reputation that extends internationally. Drying For Freedom will première at the festival on Thursday 20th September at 1pm in the Arts Picturehouse Cinema. Presented by the Cambridge Film Trust, fostering a culture of cinema in the East of England, the festival aims to deliver an inspiring programme of cinema which is bold and imaginative in its presentation of films. The Cambridge Film Festival has been committed to delivering the very best in international cinema for over 3 decades. With an incredible and extensive programme of films and events crammed into 11 days in September, audiences can discover the latest quality independent features and documentaries, shorts, archive footage, special seasons and retrospectives, and relish our spectacular and unique outdoor events, plus workshops and Q&As with visiting filmmakers and talent from the world of film.
Ticket sales are through the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, and most films and events can be bought in the cinema, by phone, or online at www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk. For more information about films, venues and the Festival in general, please visit the Festival’s website, www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk.← BackNext →