Special Bank Holiday Outdoor Screening of Eclipse

Movies on the Meadows

Join the Cambridge Film Festival in celebrating its 30th birthday with special outdoor screenings of classic movies, modern masterpieces and guilty pleasures under the stars in Grantchester Meadows, an idyllic location which is just a short walk, bike ride or punt from Cambridge city centre.

A highlight of Cambridge’s summer calendar, these August Bank Holiday screenings will see the Cambridge Film Festival transform a picturesque corner of Grantchester Meadows into the perfect open-air cinema. We’ll be setting up our massive inflatable cinema screen on the banks of the River Cam in Spring Lane Field, which is just behind the famous Orchard Tea Garden.

And there’s more than just films – come along early, bring a picnic or treat yourself to some of the tasty refreshments that will be available on-site from award-winning local suppliers, and enjoy the great riverside setting in time to see the inflatable cinema screen rise majestically from the river bank before the projectors roll… Gates will open at 6.00, with the films starting around dusk – roughly 8.30. So bring your blanket, pack a picnic (and a brolly, just in case!) and stretch out under the stars to enjoy these cinematic treats…

These special screenings are part of the Screen Team project, a Cambridge Film Trust initiative which has been funded by Legacy Trust UK, an independent charity set up to help build a lasting cultural and sporting legacy from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Book your tickets now via www.picturehouses.co.uk, in person at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, or by calling 0871 902 5720.

Friday 27th August

Director: David Slade. Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner. USA, 2010. 123 mins.

Calling all Edward and Bella fans! What could be more electrifying than the ultimate outdoor movie experience of seeing TWILIGHT: ECLIPSE in the eerie surroundings of the Meadows after dark? Whether you’re Team Edward, Team Jacob or a TWILIGHT virgin, few guilty pleasures are as intoxicating as this teen sensation. Come and take a bite…

The third instalment in the epic TWILIGHT franchise sees the bloodsucker brood return with aplomb, as Bella Swan is forced to decide whether to side with lover Edward Cullen or close friend Jacob Black when a series of sinister killings put Seattle on red alert.

“A melodrama in the best possible sense… Witty, funny and intelligent, [this is] a story that has genuine interest and depth.” Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5 Live

For full details and how to get tickets click HERE


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