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Last night the Cambridge Film Festival welcomed actor Jeremy Irvine and producer Pete Czernin to the Arts Picturehouse to talk about their latest film, Now Is Good.
The film, which follows a 17-year-old (Dakota Fanning) with terminal leukaemia as she lives her adolescence at full speed along with her friends (Jeremy Irvine and Kaya Scodelario), played to a packed house.
I caught up with Jeremy and Pete after the screening to chat about making Now Is Good, which opens UK-wide on 19 September.
Check out the video to see Jeremy Irvine chat about rebellion, accents, working with his Now Is Good co-star Dakota Fanning, Steven Spielberg, and his next movies including Great Expectations:
Check out the video to see producer Pete Czernin talk about Now Is Good stars Dakota Fanning and Jeremy Irvine, plus his next movie Seven Psychopaths:
Cambridge Film Festival runs from 13 to 23 September. For more details, click here.