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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.

Cardiff Mini Film Festival is back for 2019!

Cardiff Mini Film Festival is back for 2019!

Join Cardiff Mini Film Festival for two days of film screenings and special events, where they’ll take over unique venues within Cardiff City Centre, including Kong’s, 10 Feet Tall, The Old Market...

Welsh short film to premiere at Edinburgh

Welsh short film to premiere at Edinburgh

Winding Snake Productions are delighted to announce the world premiere of Creepy Pasta Salad at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival on June 29th.

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions picks-up Craig Roberts’ Eternal Beauty

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions picks-up Craig Roberts’ Eternal Beauty

Bankside Films has announced that Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired multiple territories for Craig Roberts’ Eternal Beauty. 

See Last Summer in Welsh cinemas

See Last Summer in Welsh cinemas

Jon Jones’ coming-of-age drama is released on 7th June.

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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.

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