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ScreenSkills Film Bootcamp to kick-off new film careers

ScreenSkills Film Bootcamp to kick-off new film careers

This free training event delivered by Ffilm Cymru Wales will help guide people taking their first steps on a career path in the film sector.

Slasher-themed Schedule Announced for Abertoir

Slasher-themed Schedule Announced for Abertoir

The International Horror Festival’s 13th edition will open in Aberystwyth on November 13th.

WNO Filmmaker in Residence Screening

WNO Filmmaker in Residence Screening

Welsh National Opera and Ffilm Cymru Wales present an exclusive screening of the work of WNO Filmmaker in Residence, Carys Lewis.

Celebrating Black History Month Wales with I Am Not a Witch

Celebrating Black History Month Wales with I Am Not a Witch

Ffilm Cymru Wales was proud to support a special screening of I Am Not a Witch at The Pierhead in Cardiff Bay this week.

Lebanese director Lara Zeidan wins 2018 Iris Prize

Lebanese director Lara Zeidan wins 2018 Iris Prize

Three Centimetres has been announced the winner of the Iris Prize 2018, Cardiff’s International LGBT+ Short Film Prize.

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.

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Data & Privacy

Ffilm Cymru Wales respects your privacy and handles your personal data in accordance with data protection regulations.

To view how we use personal information, your rights and how you can withdraw any permissions you have given to us, as well as how to make a complaint please see our Privacy Policy here.

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.