Welsh Film Projects: Year 5

I Am Not A Witch (2017) screening and Q&A at Pontio, Bangor
I Am Not A Witch (2017) screening and Q&A at Pontio, Bangor

 

The following exhibitors received support from Film Hub Wales in 2017/18 for their Welsh Film projects:

 

WELSH FILM PROJECT SUPPORT

Pontio Cinema, Bangor

Pontio organised four non-mainstream film events to attract four different audiences (senior/LGBTQ+/youth/BAME) in order to expand audience development and engagement and to carry out specific audience research, whilst also being able to offer a Welsh language dimension to all events with translation and guest speakers to stengthen the cinema's identity. The screenings included the documentary 'Destination Unknown', with a Q&A, the archive documentary, 'Queerama', which was shown with local female led short films, 'Deffro', a local skateboarding film collective project collaboration with foreign touring musicians Neutral Zone, which featured interviews and live music and 'I Am Not A Witch', which was scheduled as part of the Watch Africa Festival, with a Q&A with the director. 

 

WELSH FILM SINGLE SCREENINGS

Cardiff Mini Film Festival

Cardiff Mini Film Festival teamed up with Lost Lands Cinema for a screening of 'Moondogs' at Jacob's Market, as well as a Q&A with the film's producer Kathy Speirs and director Philip John, with an aim to attract young audiences.  

 

Moon Dogs