The Cambridge Film Festival (July 7-17) is to open withRobert Geudiguian's Berlinale title The Last Mitterand.
Tomark its 25th anniversary, the festival has lined up a sting of UK premieresincluding Kim Ki Duk's 3 Iron, Mike Figgis' Coma, HayaoMiyazaki's Howl's Moving Castle, Jim Jarmusch's Broken Flowers,Ingmar Bergman's Saraband and DreamWorks hit Madagascar.
Guests set to attend the event include Michel Bouquet andRobert Geudiguian (Last Mitterand), John Sayles, Nicholas Winding Refn,Sally Potter and Thomas Vinterberg.
The festival will also screen an array of new African filmsas part of an African season and has programmed a tribute to powerhouseJapanese animation producer Studio Ghibli.
The Cambridge Film Festival is supported by the National Lotterythrough Screen East and the UK Film Council, is sponsored by Green Cathedral,DHL, Dubble, Love Film, Uncut magazine, BBC Cambridgeshire, and Q103, and isproduced by leading indie exhibitor City Screen.