Sunshine on Leith

Sunshine on Leith

This years Cambridge Film Festival surprise Film gave unsuspecting cinema go-ers the chance to see “Glorious Feel Good Film” SUNSHINE ON LEITH before it was out on general release. Having cut his teeth as a feature film director with the rather good, and...
Kitsonians Vs Arbury Vipers (Vipers nest?)

Kitsonians Vs Arbury Vipers (Vipers nest?)

Terrible pun, excellent match. Kitsonians resumed league action away to Arbury Vipers on Sunday 29th september. With numerous players unavailable who would normally fall into the first team regular camp, it was the proverbial chance for the players who have been on...
Dead Cat

Dead Cat

With the 33rd cambridge Film Festival having drawn to a close it seems like an apposite time to catch up on the films that have shown over the closing days of the festival. The first of these is DEAD CAT, a brand new british comedy about a group of early...
Cambridge Film Festival Guide (Part 3)

Cambridge Film Festival Guide (Part 3)

Welcome to the third and final part of the Kitsonians.com guide to everything good at this years 33rd Cambridge Film Festival. Hopefully by this point you have already sampled one or two of the delight laid out in the earlier parts of the guide and are ready to crack...
Layla Fourie

Layla Fourie

One film at this years Cambridge film festival which arrives on the back of critical recognition at  The Berlinale is Layla Fourie, the third feature from South African born German resident filmmaker Pia Marais. For this picture Marais heads back the the country of...
The Taste of Money (Du-Nui Mat)

The Taste of Money (Du-Nui Mat)

One of the special things about the Cambridge Film Festival and indeed film festivals in general is the ability to see films before their full release. One such film at this years festival is The Taste of Money the latest picture from Korean director Sang-soo Im which...
Shakespeare: The hidden truth

Shakespeare: The hidden truth

Never start a review with your conclusion sounds like good advice but in the case of Shakespeare: The hidden truth (a documentary showing at this years Cambridge Film Festival) it is necessary, the central tenant of this film is nonsense! Absolute text book conspiracy...