Forget 2012, this year marks the end of the world.
Tweet This February, two classic Welsh films, Valley Of Song and Last Days Of Dolwyn, are to be released on [...]
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Alex & Flynn’s Film Reviews rounds up the best of last weekend’s Newport International Film Festival.
Tweet NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL words: TRYSTAN KENT The Newport International Film Festival returns this year to showcase four independent [...]
“the Iris Prize really is something for Cardiff to be very, very proud of. Also featuring an education day, talks, a Producer’s Forum, and numerous networking opportunities, this is one six-year-old that should be shouting its sheer, shining, superb selfdom from the rooftops.”
Hay-on-Wye has form. It’s a common observation amongst those attending the Festival Of British Cinema that it has the feel of the town’s more famous literary events in its early days. There’s the cosy town hall venues, hard plastic seats and boundless enthusiasm.
Anyone with an interest in film will want to keep their diary free this Easter as the annual Wales One World Film Festival returns with a fresh line-up of intriguing films from around the world.
NOW in its 10th year, the annual Ffresh Festival: The Student Moving Image Festival Of Wales, arrives in Newport for 2012.
Buzz catches up with Iain Canning and Harry Escott, the producer and composer of Steve McQueen’s highly anticipated new film, Shame, which is released nationwide on Fri 13 Jan.