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The Cambridge architecture film series is being held in collaboration between the University of Cambridge Department of Architecture, the Arts Picturehouse Cinema, and the Cambridge Film Trust. It aims to highlight the symbiotic relationship that exists between architecture and the moving image, bringing together leading architectural academic thinking and arts cinema experience.
This inaugural event consists of five screenings at the Arts Picturehouse in Cambridge. These will be preceded by short introductory talks on the architectural significance of the film in question by academics & architects.
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