Cambridge Film Festival here we come…

Henry Lloyd-Hughes, as Stephen

We are incredibly excited to announce that Dimensions has been picked to premiere at the 2011 Cambridge Film Festival!  We will be appearing alongside Tomas Alfredson’s (of Let The Right One In fame) Tinker, Tailor, Soldiers, Spy and Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris.

The Cambridge Film Festival has a long history of UK premieres and we are proud to be amongst them.  Films receiving their UK premiere at Cambridge have included Barton Fink, Reservoir Dogs, Thelma and Louise, Goodbye, Lenin, Spirited Away, Talk to Her, Bowling for Columbine, Crimes and Misdemeanour, Pirates of the Caribbean and the Three Colours trilogy.

Guests at the festival have included Cate Blanchett, Richard Harris, Joel Schumacher, Jane Birkin, Peter Greenaway, Alex Cox, Timothy Spall, special effects maestro Ray Harryhausen, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Philip Kaufman, Jeunet et Caro, and Hanif Kureishi.  Over the years the festival has selected titles by filmmakers who have gone on to achieve international acclaim, including a student short ‘Larceny‘ from Batman director Christopher Nolan (1996) and the Oscar-winning ‘Wasp‘ by Andrea Arnold (2006).


…a match for the Edinburgh and London film festivals” with “peerless arthouse programming” – The Guardian

…one of the best programmed festivals in the country” – Derek Malcolm

…easily outclasses its metropolitan rivals” – The Times


The 31st Cambridge Film Festival takes place from the 15th to the 25th of September 2011.  Tickets and times will be announced soon – be sure to book right away as this is the first time you will be able to see the film.

The press contact for the festival is:

Toby Venables

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