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Content Warning: This strand contains scenes of nudity and discussion of death.
Boobs. Canada, 2021, 8 mins. Dir. Marie Valade: A surrealist journey through a woman's love-hate relationship with her breasts, her body and her femininity.
Spotted Yellow. Iran, 2020, 12 mins. Dir. Baran Sarmad: A young girl with a yellow spot on her face, suddenly feels the signs of a giraffe in her life.
Bluebird Society. Turkey, 2020, 17 mins. Dir. Deniz Bensusan: In a community where the torture of one person allows freedom of another, will Efil stay or leave?
Diseased and Disorderedly. UK, 2021, 14 mins. Dir. Andrew Kötting: A film that uses the paintings, drawings and collages of the neurodiverse artist Eden Kötting to make imagistic gold.
To Err. UK, 2021, 11 mins. Dir. Nanci Cruz: When Kiara, an artificial intelligence satellite, is sent to observe a black hole, she forms a friendship with Noelle back on Earth.
The Wall. China, 2021, 30 mins. Dir. Shulei Zhou: A wall smasher, Baiqiang, accidentally enters a demolishing room where artist, Xiang Fei, lived before, and an unprecedented force grows.
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.