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If you’re missing film festivals and going to the cinema, Cambridge Film Festival at Home’s A Film I Love season allows you to enjoy a host of films from your own home.

The new season follows the success of the online AMPLIFY! Film Festival, which reached audiences across the UK. Now film fans can have another opportunity to enjoy a festival online with events in January and February thanks to the Cambridge Film Festival. The two month long season A Film I love… features special guests introducing and discussing a film that they love and why it means o much to them, along with a screening of the film itself.

The line up includes:
Booksmart | 22nd-24th January
Anna Smith, host of Girls on Film podcast talks about the comedy Booksmart, Olivia Wilde’s directing debut which follows the final day of school of two best friends.
Interview only, free of charge.

Time |  5th – 7th February
Simran Hans, film critic at the Observer, talks about Time, a documentary that follows Sibil Fox Richardson, who is fighting for the release of her husband who is serving a 60 year prison sentence. The film won the US Documentary Directory Award at last year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Interview and film screening, pay what you can afford.

Whiplash |  19th-21st February
Amon Warmann, Empire Magazine’s Black in Focus columnist, talks about Whiplash, written and directed by Damien Chazelle that follows the relationship between a drummer and his abusive teacher starring Miles Teller and J K Simmons.
Booking coming soon.

You can find out more about the lineup and how to book your place at the at home screenings online here.  Every fortnight, new films and discussions will be available to book, all tickets will be available on a sliding scale and you can choose what you pay based on your circumstances.