The work of local film makers will be showcased at the St Neots Film Festival in November

PUBLISHED: 16:00 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:06 12 October 2017

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Film makers from all over Cambridgeshire will have their work showcased at the St Neots Film Festival in November.

Screenings will include childrens’, teenage and adult films and a variety of documentaries suitable for a wide audience.

The three-day event, on November 8/9/10, will include 40 short films, all from film-makers across the area.

On November 8 - there will adult fiction films at Cineworld, St Neots, some of these will have an 18 certificate.

November 9 - children, teens and documentary films at Cineworld, St Neots.

November 10 - question and answer session with award-winning film-makers, screenings and post-festival party at Love’s Farm House.

Tickets are £5 for a single entry, £8 for two nights at Cineworld, £12 for a festival pass for all three nights.

Available at Eventbrite.co.uk or www.stneotsfilmfestival.co.uk.

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