This one-day training course for new and emerging directors, led by Kivu Ruhorahoza, will cover fiction feature and documentary filmmaking, visual storytelling, and writing.
Following a sell-out premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival earlier this year, where it was nominated for two awards and picked up the gong for ‘Best Performance in a British...
With great sadness we learned of Peter Edwards' passing.
Ffilm Cymru Wales is seeking a Production Co-ordinator to manage the logistics and administration of the recently launched Cinematic scheme, and the training programme that will run alongside it.
Ffilm Cymru Wales has just awarded over £80,000 to support home-grown Welsh filmmaking talent in its latest round of development funding.
Who we are
Established in 2006 and formerly known as the Film Agency for Wales, we have a remit to help to develop a film sector in Wales and maximise the economic, educational and cultural benefits of film.
What we do
Ffilm Cymru Wales supports Welsh or Wales-based writers, directors and producers with development and production funding, industry assistance and mentoring opportunities. We aim to bring film makers and audiences together by encouraging more people to see more films in more venues. We also promote the use of film in education and community regeneration, producing educational resources in conjunction with teachers to aid literacy and general learning.