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Celebrating Foot in the Door

Celebrating Foot in the Door

On 18th July Ffilm Cymru welcomed Foot in the Door participants and special guests to celebrate two years of their award-winning training programme.

New Welsh Films in Development

New Welsh Films in Development

Ffilm Cymru invests National Lottery development funding in five new films from Welsh talent.

Sinemaes Llanrwst 2019

Sinemaes Llanrwst 2019

Launched in 2016, Sinemaes is a very special space at the National Eisteddfod of Wales offering an exciting programme of screenings of new and archive films, workshops for children, discussion...

Iris Prize early-bird passes go on sale

Iris Prize early-bird passes go on sale

With just over three months to go Cardiff’s LGBT+ film festival has released a limited number of full and weekend festival passes. The 13th edition of the Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival will open...

See Gwen in Welsh cinemas

See Gwen in Welsh cinemas

William McGregor’s gothic drama starring Maxine Peake and Eleanor Worthington-Cox will be released on 19th July.

Ffilm Cymru Wales

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We support film development, film production, film education, film exhibition, film business development and filmmaker career progression; we offer training and advice for those aspiring to be in or already in the film sector, and advocate for Welsh filmmakers and film policy that works for the people of Wales.

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Brexit and the UK Film Sector

Whilst changes are anticipated as a result of Brexit, as previously advised, central government remains committed to the continuation of funding mechanisms under UK law, including National Lottery funding for film, as disbursed by the BFI, Ffilm Cymru Wales, Northern Ireland Screen and Creative Scotland, as well as the on-going provision of UK tax credits, which can be accessed by British qualifying film, high-end or childrens’ television, games or animation.

Read our advisory notice here.