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Arena: night and day

Arena: night and day

For its 40th anniversary, the BBC arts series Arena has created a 24 hour film experience from its archive of over 600 programmes. The film is in exact sync with the time of day; for one day and one night Arena infiltrates Cambridge in a series of pop-up locations showing the likes of Bob Dylan, Francis Bacon, Sister Wendy, Harold Pinter, Bob Marley, T.S. Eliot and Luis Bunuel to name just a few.

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Imagining the Digital Future: A Social Revolution

John Naughton (CRASSH) in conversation with Sheila Hayman (BAFTA award-winning filmmaker) How might the concept of performance help us think through the implications, or itself be suggested by, a digital world?

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Cinematic Thinking Conference

This two-day film conference will be held at the Faculty of English on 4th and 5th December 2015.

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Reproduction on Film

A conference on Reproduction on Film will be held on 23 – 25 September 2015 at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge.

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German Screen Studies Network - Annual Symposium

University Of Cambridge. Friday 10 – Saturday 11 July 2015. At Screening Work, students, academics and interested members of the public are invited to explore, through subtitled film screenings and talks, the changing depiction of work in German-language moving image culture. Filmmaker Carmen Losmann will attend the symposium and present her award-winning film Work Hard Play Hard (2011).

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Still taken from the film The Return Of Harry Lime at St John's Website films

Harry Lime returns on the Bridge of Sighs

For Orson Welles’ centenary, on May 6, 2015, a film documenting a cinematic experiment that used St John’s famous Bridge of Sighs as its canvas is being released online.

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