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→
The film festival continues this week with high calibre films from all over the world, including two Oscar-nominated dramas from Germany and South Africa, and a 1970s crime caper starring Jennifer Aniston.
The weather might have failed Cambridge this Bank Holiday Monday, but it doesn’t have to be a washout. With plenty of indoor options for art, theatre and music lovers, as well as free events and things to do for families with young children, there’s no need to waste the rainy day indoors.
Bank holiday revellers can take advantage of their work-free Monday by partying until 6am at Fez Club’s retro dance night tonight, which will see DJ Artful Dodger return to play tracks from 1998 when the club was formed – and which will be featured on TV. Continue reading Bank Holiday All Nighter: Fez Club Turns 16→
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.