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It’s the final weekend of the Cambridge Film Festival, and at Soho Shorts, we want to wish good luck to everyone who’s had their short film screened over the past 9 days.

This year, the shorts were grouped into several thematic categories: To Accommodate,  To Be in the Present, To be a Man, To Belong, To Celebrate, To HateTo Rust To Cry

You can still catch the ‘To Cry‘ programme, which is on this weekend, and which features Giles Ripley’s ‘Happy Birthday Jim’, a favourite from this year’s Soho Shorts.

Also, in contention for the Audience Award, is another Soho Shorts nominee, Callum. If you didn’t catch it at the festival, you can see a trailer, below.


For more info, and to see what’s on during these last two days of the festival, please visit http://www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk or stay in touch via Facebook and Twitter.



About Dana Knight

Formerly staff writer for The Independent Film Magazine, Dana is a NYC/London/Berlin-based freelance film journalist, screenwriter & editor-in-chief of IDEAS | FILM. She currently travels to film festivals all over the world interviewing filmmakers for a book project on contemporary cinema. Dana received her BA (Hons) in Film and Media from Birkbeck, University of London in 2013. She also holds a BA (Hons) & MA in English and French Language & Literature (2005). As a screenwriter, Dana has written several feature scripts and shorts and is currently involved in getting off the ground her first documentary project about "the molecule of creativity and the oddball banker who quit his job to become an artist”. Only, she’s yet to find him…


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