80 mins. Dream of a world that lifts you up. My Brother is a Mermaid UK, 2019, 20 mins. Dir. Alfie Dale. In a desolate and prejudiced coastal town, a child’s unconditional love can be a disruptive and powerful force for good. The Dress Brazil, 2019, 13 mins. Dir. Carla Saavedra Brychcy. While shopping for a dress with her teenage sister, eleven-year-old Marina gets her first period. Connected Poland, 2018, 18 mins. Dir. Aleksandra Maciejczyk. A day on the ski slope with Wiola and her blind husband Krzysztof, who have to find and connect with each other in the surrounding fog. Kamali UK, 2019, 24 mins. Dir. Sasha Rainbow. Kamali is the only girl skateboarder in a fishing village and her mother is eager for her to find freedom in a man’s world. Rolling UK, 2019, 5 mins. Dir. Ryd Cook. The positivity of skateboarding, no pro tricks or sad stories, just a look at friends talking about why they skate together The Cambridge Film Festival is presented by the Cambridge Film Trust, a registered charity with a mission to foster film culture and education for the benefit of the public, in Cambridge and the Eastern region but also throughout the UK.