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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 freelance journalist who covers film, tech & startup culture. Between 2013-16, she traveled to film festivals all over the world interviewing filmmakers for a book project on contemporary cinema. Dana holds a BA (Hons) in Film & Media from Birkbeck, University of London (2013), a BA / MA in English & French Language & Literature (2005) and specialist training in bio-medicine.


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