The 2009 festival took place on Mill Lane in the heart of the University district and in sight of the River Cam and comprised a programme of more than 98 short films from around the world shown over four days!
With more than 60 World, International, European and UK Premieres, our competition and panorama programmes showed the best films originated on the brilliant Super 8 format.
More than 25 filmmakers from across Europe joined the festival for a great four days of networking and films.
- a two-day filming and processing workshop by German director Dagie Brundert,
- the world premiere of the feature film ‘Love Suicides’ by David Teague,
- a nostalgic local programme called Cambridge memories.
Winners of the 2009 festival
- Jury Prize
- → Brick Lane Memory (Jason Edwards, UK)
- Audience Prize
- → The Penalty Box (Arthur Franck & Oskar Forsten, Finland)
- Best UK Film
- → Code Grey (Rob Wickings, UK)
- Development Prize
- → Moving On (Erin Celeste Weisgerber, Canada)
- Best Cinematography
- → Rainy Day (Andres Victorero Rey, Spain)
- Best Sound
- → Who’s Afraid of Ghosts (Amson Mak, Hong Kong)
3 special mentions were also given for:
- The Time Machine (Paul Stevenson, UK)
- The Golden Beach (Miklos Csoka, Hungary)
- Dir Schneider Krankheit (Javier Chillon, Spain)
You can consult our 2009 festival blog for more details.