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Fine & Country and the Cambridge Film Festival join forces for Movies on the Meadows’ Riverside Screenings

 

 

Fine & Country Cambridge are sponsoring the seventh annual Cambridge Film Festival’s Movies on the Meadows from 29th-31st August 2015. Returning for its seventh year, Movies on the Meadows in Grantchester promises to be bigger and better than ever before, with an additional day of screenings.

As part of the Cambridge Film Festival (CFF) 2015 the incredibly popular Riverside Screenings are being re-launched as a bespoke, exclusive event to run alongside the ever popular Movies on the Meadows weekend.

Movies on the Meadows is an annual outdoor cinema experience hosted by Cambridge Film Festival. On August Bank Holiday weekend nine films will be shown on three giant inflatable screens over three nights in the incredible and picturesque setting of Grantchester river meadows just outside Cambridge.

These Riverside Screenings consist of three screens set along the picturesque banks of the River Cam with the audience floating gently on a moonlit voyage along the river and through cinema, with each screen showing a section of the film, all this whilst enjoying a hamper fine food and wine provided by Fine & Country Cambridge.

Malcolm Lindley said:

“Fine & Country are proud to work with the Cambridge Film Festival. We are excited to be associated with such a fantastic and unique local event where punting and classic films come together!”

Cambridge Film Festival Marketing Manager, Owen Baker said:

“The Movies on the Meadows weekend is always incredibly popular with audiences, so we are very excited that with the help of Fine & Country we are able to bring the Riverside Screenings and punts back to the festival.” He continued, “It has been a pleasure to work with Fine & Country who are as excited as we are about helping to create this exclusive element of the larger Festival, we hope that people will agree that the riverside screenings offer something completely different for Festival audiences.”

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