For its 15th festival Iris is back on the big screen, bringing audiences the best in LGBT+ storytelling from around the world at Premiere Cinema and Chapter Arts. For those unable to join us here in Cardiff, you can still enjoy our programme of short films and feature films online.
An uplifting drama based on a documentary which was subsequently turned into an award-winning stage musical, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie can’t help but leave you smiling.
Hannah Collins looks forward to this celebration of Japanese animation returning in person to Cardiff and Aberystwyth over two weekends, and offers a sage guide to the best features on the bill.
Rhonda Lee Reali interviews the co-director of a new Welsh animated short, The Fairytale Of Water, showing on Sun 19 Sept as part of the Wales One World film festival’s EcoSinema programme.
Of the many strings to Kimberly Wyatt’s bow, you may know her best as one-fifth of the Pussycat Dolls, but she gets up to all sorts. Right now, she’s got a new movie, Override, to promote, and wanted Carl Marsh to know exactly how brassic it was on set. That, like Kimberly herself, is showbiz.
Having written her name in history by leaving earth and boarding the International Space Station in 1995 – her first of several space flights – Cady Coleman is one of the standout figures in new documentary film The Wonderful: Stories From The Space Station. She recalled her experiences to Carl Marsh.