Sol Cinema - Art Car Boutique 2016

By FHW Marketing

On Sunday 29th May 2016, Film Hub Wales teamed with Sol Cinema to bring a unique mobile cinema experience (in a vintage caravan) to audiences at Chapter's Art Car Bootique. These are the films that were featured:
 

National Screen & Sound Archive of Wales

The Legend of the Red
Dragon (1970)

A film by Ian Malcolm (Cardiff 
Cine Soc)

Contact: iba@llgc.org.uk

 

 

Casey Raymond

Charlotte Church
How Not To Be Surprised When
You're a Ghost

Filmed and directed by Casey and Ewan

Contact: email@caseyraymond.com

Cate Le Bon
Crab Day

Directed by Phil Collins. DOP and editing by Casey Raymond.

Contact: email@caseyraymond.com

Leftfield and Sleaford Mods
Head and Shoulders

Directed by Casey & Ewan. An urban Pacman eating up city detritus. After facing off with Sleaford Mods frontman Jason Williamson, the creature takes off into outer space.

Contact: email@caseyraymond.com

Lemaitre
Closer

A child transforms into a hulking wrestler when slighted, to the ruin of everyone and everything around him...Directed by Casey and Ewan.

Contact: email@caseyraymond.com
 

The Zoltars
I Just Don't Want You To Go Away

Directed by Casey Raymond.

Contact: email@caseyraymond.com

 

 

Britain on Film

 

Britain on Film - Our Lives. Our
Stories.

1,000s of films, preserved. 120 years
of British life, many unseen for
decades. Discover. Watch. Share.

Contact: lisa@filmhubwales.org

 

 

Gritty Realism

African Elephant

An angry elephant stalks towards the viewer in a short sand animated sequence created during a residency at the National Museum of Wales for S4C.

Contact: info@grittyrealism.co.uk
or gerald@grittyrealism.co.uk
 

Cinema Memories

A short animated documentary about the history of cinema in the Afan Valley using reminiscences of older residents and animated by young people. This film was made as part of the Film in Afan project funded by the Big Lottery.

Contact: info@grittyrealism.co.uk 
or gerald@grittyrealism.co.uk

Just Like That!

A short Arts Council of Wales funded film made with children from Bedwas Junior School following Tommy Cooper as he makes a whistle stop tour of his home town Caerphilly performing magic tricks that don’t always go to plan! Winner of the Media 4 Schools best animation award 2013.

Contact: info@grittyrealism.co.uk 
or gerald@grittyrealism.co.uk

Striking Stories

A short animated film about the miner's strike of the 1980's from the point of view of South Wales miner's wives. The film was animated by young people from St Martins School and Senghenydd Youth Drop in Centre and funded by the Arts Council of Wales.

Contact: info@grittyrealism.co.uk 
or gerald@grittyrealism.co.uk

 

Iris Prize Festival 

Daniël

Daniël is a poetic 8 minute film that tells
the coming-of-age story of a teenage boy
who finds first love on a summer day. The
boy meets a girl but finds himself attracted
to the girl’s brother. A tender love story
evolves. Like in a dream the reality of the
surroundings disappears, leaving the
mysterious beauty of a sweet memory.

Contact: nathaniel@irisprize.org

 

 

Joanna Quinn

Girls Night Out

A film by Joanna Quinn. Raucous
comedy following a quiet Welsh
housewife Beryl, on a birthday treat to
a ‘ladies only’ night at a local pub,
where she encounters the evening’s
entertainment…a male stripper.

Contact: joanna.beryl@btconnect.com

 

 

Chapter

Back on Track

A short film made by Live Music Now, Headlands School and Chapter.

Contact: matt.beere@chapter.org

Directions

A short film made by young people with Chapter and Into Film.

Contact: matt.beere@chapter.org

The Dollhouse

A short film made by young people with Chapter and Into Film.

Contact: matt.beere@chapter.org

 

 

Moviemaker

Night-Walkers

Exhausted and wearing thin, a whole new life is awaiting Luke - in more ways than he expects.

Contact: tom_betts@mac.com

The Unstopabble Opinion Poller

Do you get annoyed when survey people knock on your door? 

Contact: tom_betts@mac.com

 

Ryan Owen Eddleston

Gruff Rhys
American Interior Book Reading

A film by Ryan Owen Eddleston.

Contact: filmryan@gmail.com
 

Gruff Rhys
Negative Vibes

What will become of life in Pixel Valley when Negative Vibes take over the town? The Insatiable, Inflatable Candylion 

Contact: filmryan@gmail.com

Meilyr Jones
How to Recognise a Work of Art

Directed by Wils Wilson. DOP, Ryan Owen Eddleston.

Contact: filmryan@gmail.com

Neon Neon
Postcards from Italy Part 3

A film by Ryan Owen Eddleston.

Contact: filmryan@gmail.com
 

Welsh Roller Derby

A short teaser film from Ryan Owen Eddleston

Contact: filmryan@gmail.com

 

 

 

Winding Snake Productions

Dino and the shapes Adventures in Music

Best Animation (8-13) ZYFAs 2016 Nominee

Contact: amy@windingsnake.com

Learning to Fly

A Winding Snake film with young people from Tir-y-Berth Primary School, collaborating with teens from Abertillery

Contact: amy@windingsnake.com

Political Animals

Made with Cyfarthfa Junior School in 2015 as part of the Into Film iPad filmmaking project.

Contact: amy@windingsnake.com

Wenglish

A fun look at contemporary methods of communication as young people explore their use of the Welsh language and their cultural identity.

Contact: amy@windingsnake.com 

 

Zoom Cymru

Det Første Kys

Best International Film ZYFA 2016 Winner

Contact: kieron@zoomcymru.com