Tony Clarke and Chris Miszak from Cambridge Super 8 introduce the past, present and future of the small film gauge with big ambitions!
Find out more about the film nights they have been running at the Prince Albert over the last year and their Ely-based projects such as filming the Paralympic torch celebrations.
You'll also get to see an 8-minute Super 8 reel of raw, edited footage of the 'Live Duck Shoot' done in collaboration with Helen Stratford's exhibition "A Day with a Duck" at the Babylon Gallery last September, which saw 40 members of the public filming the ducks with Super 8 cameras on the Riverside near the Cutter.
And there might just be invitations to a private view of their forthcoming exhibition programme in Bury St Edmunds. You'll have to be there to get one though!
Plus there'll be plenty of time to swap stories, network and build relationships with your fellow creatives from the Ely area.
About Cambridge Super 8
The group is dedicated to the exhibition and creation of Super 8 film as a crucial art form in its own right.
As well as the annual festival, they are active in programming a multitude of screenings, director talks and educational events in the city of Cambridge and in East Anglia. They are also committed to promoting new work and developing critical discussion as well as developing collaboration with other festivals.