“The goal of Chinese education is to get you a job after graduation,” says experimental animator Ray Lei. “They don’t expect you to come up with original ideas.” Thankfully, though, the 26 year old never learned to toe the line.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids this Sunday, head over to the Cambridge Arts Theatre, where Watershed’s inventive production of Charlie and Lola’s Extremely New Play is showing for the final Cambridge date of its national tour.
Abandoned in Sarajevo as a baby, Cambridge-based filmmaker Oggi Tomic spent his childhood in government orphanages in the midst of a brutal war. His double BAFTA-award winning documentary Finding Family, co-directed with Chris Leslie, saw him return to Bosnia in search of answers – and to meet his mother for the first time. Continue reading Interview with Oggi Tomic, BAFTA-winning filmmaker→
Things to do in Cambridge: a complete guide to Cambridge restaurants, museums, art, cinema, theatre, events and festivals, as well as free things to do in one of the UK's most thriving and beautiful cities.