After a successful first week, the festival goes on for a second week. Directors came from France and the US; prizes went to Colombia and Japan; and appreciative audiences enjoyed four competition programmes, a panorama showing and an eye-bending retrospective from Ian Helliwell with plenty of questions to answer. Traditional film projectors were also in evidence, to show the distinctive collage achieved by the workshop participants (another cutting-edge success) and in Mat Fleming’s brief but thrilling Super 8 Hypnosis Experiment that rounded off Saturday night.
A full list of prizewinners is already on this site, and we’ll have a further gallery of pics in due course. Much social chat has thrown up much to develop in future showings and festivals, particularly in the direction of performance and music collaborations. Showings resume on Wednesday at Anglia Ruskin University and will end on Saturday evening back at Buckingham house with a feature-length showing and a compilation from all previous festivals so far.
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Cambridge International Super 8 Film Festival - Free film festival from the 22nd of April 2010 to the 1st of May 2010 in Cambridge (UK).
In 2009, the third Cambridge International Super 8 Film Festival was hailed a resounding success with more than 88 short films shown in four days! More than 20 filmmakers from all around the world joined the festival for a great days of networking and film.Read more Cambridge International Super 8 Film Fest from 22nd of April
from Thierry Bonnaud:
The Festival is now accepting submissions for its next edition which will take place at the end of April 2010.
The Cambridge International Super 8 Film Festival is now accepting entries for its 2010 showcase. Films in any genre, including feature films, documentaries, short films, music videos, and student films are being accepted. The Festival accepts only films which have be shot on the Super 8 format (or at least 50% of the running time). Films must have been completed after January 1, 2003.
The festival will run from Thursday April 21, 2010 to Saturday April 24, 2010. Entry deadline is December 26, 2009 (final). No entry fees. Films 20 minutes or more are considered the panorama programme. Films under 20 min. are in the official competition. Information on how to apply can be found by visiting www.cambridge-super8.orgRead more Cambridge international Super 8 Film festival calls for film entris
The Festival is now accepting submissions its next edition which will take place at the end of April 2009.
The Cambridge International Super 8 Film Festival, a unique short film festival, is looking for innovative and exciting films (shot on Super 8 or Single 8) from across the globe of any genre.
Online submission for the 2009 festival are now open, as usual no entry fees !! For more info www.cambridge-super8.orgRead more Cambridge International Super 8 Film Festival is now calling for entries