Cambridge Film Festival 2023

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Home Ground (Country: South Korea; Year: 2022; Director: Kwon Aram)
A documentary about the development of South Korea's lesbian community in the 1990s.
Roving Woman (Country: Poland, US; Year: 2022; Director: Michal Chmielewski; Writer: Lena Gora, Michal Chmielewski; Stars: Lena Gora, John Hawkes, Chris Hanley, Brian McGuire, Ed Mattiuzzi)
A break-up leaves Sara reeling and directionless, standing alone on her ex's doorstep in a ballgown. Following her impulses, she starts to drive through the desert and makes unexpected connections along the way.
Talk To Me (Sprich Mit Mir) (Country: Germany; Year: 2023; Director: Janin Halisch; Stars: Jonathan Berlin, Pierre Besson, Pearl Graw, Peter Lohmeyer, Alina Steigler, Barbara Philipp)
Karo travels to the Baltic Sea with her mother Michaela. When they meet the recently divorced Jochen and his daughter Marie, they are confronted with issues previously simmering just below the surface. In particular, Jochen and Marie’s father-daughter relationship brings into focus the void left by Michaela’s absent father.
Tilka (Country: UK, Lebanon; Year: 2023; Director: Myriam Geagea; Stars: Najah, Tima, Rania, Fatima, Fida)
A documentary following the journey of five women determined to create a striking, collective piece of theatre in face of multiple crises in Lebanon.
Till Love Do Us Part (Wo Men Bu Neng Bai Tou Xie Lao) (Country: Czech Republic, China; Year: 2022; Director: Ran Li; Stars: Liang Cuishan, Zhang Ninghao, Bin Ren)
A successful professor in the middle of planning her wedding takes a work trip to Prague and unexpectedly falls for a theatre director.

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