S4C's Chief Executive Sian Doyle announced at Wales Screen Summit that the broadcaster is committing to producing one Welsh film a year.
Grass stains, wellies, and live music: Buzz's 2023 festival guide is here, featuring a comprehensive rundown of the best festivals in Wales and surrounding English areas.
In one-man horror Deadstream, a desperate web influencer goes into a haunted house to do a livestream for sponsors in a bid to make money and save himself from debt.
Sumptuously designed, sensitively acted and bursting with pure imagination, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a sheer pleasure to behold and a tour de force to experience.
“The thought of George Clooney watching our film is hilarious” – the veteran Cardiff animators vying for Oscars glory
Centred around 59-year-old housewife and aspiring artist Beryl, Cardiff couple Joanna Quinn and Les Mills’ Affairs Of The Art is up for the Best Animated Short Film Oscar this year.
Releasing in cinemas this weekend, Mamoru Hosoda's 2021 film Belle is stunning anime take on Beauty and the Beast that shouldn't be missed.
Scream revels in its self-referentiality, but late director Wes Craven came up with something far more ambitious two years before the first film existed.
Save the Cinema, releasing tomorrow, brings the true story of one woman's mission to save her local cinema to Sky and independent venues across Wales.
Dune and Bond delivered this year on spectacle and storytelling. But which other films of 2021 made Keiron Self's best of list?
Give The Muppets and cookie-cutter Netflix Christmas movies a break and see these seven cinematic treats over the festive period.
A timely satire with an all star cast, Don't Look Up is a film that feels frighteningly close to reality at times.
“There’s a sincerity in dance that’s dependable” – choreographer Oona Doherty on political dance film FLY THE FLAG
Celebrated choreographer Oona Doherty discusses the challenges and highlights of making Sky Arts film, Fly the Flag in honour of Human Rights Day.