News and Opportunities

Young People Animation Shorts

As a part of Anim18, Film Hub Wales have curated a programme of short films made for and by young Welsh people. The animations tell a wide selection of stories ranging from the lived experience of young travellers to the political histories of women in WW2. 

Beth sydd yn digwydd yn 2019: Sinemau Cymru yn adlewyrchu Materion Byd-eang ar y Sgrin

http://www.filmhubwales.org/films/made-walesMae Canolfan Ffilm Cymru (FHW), ynghyd â Chapter fel Corff Arweiniol y Canolfannau, ar fin cyflwyno ffilmiau ardderchog, i ragor o bobl, mewn rhagor o leoedd ar draws Cymru eleni, drwy gyfres o brosiectau newydd a gyflwynir gan sinemau a gwyliau ffilm yng Nghymru.

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Supportive Environment Film Screenings

Film Hub Wales worked with various venues across Wales and Welsh charity Contact to deliver supportive environment screenings for children with disabilities and/or additional needs and their families. 

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FAN Inclusive Cinema Strategy

Diversity and inclusion underpins every project undertaken by the ground-breaking work of the Film Audience Network (FAN). We aim to bring British international and independent film to audiences, regardless of the many barriers they may face, placing access at the heart of our strategy. 

Ray and Liz

http://www.filmhubwales.org/support/made-wales-strategyOn the outskirts of Birmingham and the margins of society, the Billingham family perform extreme rituals and break cultural taboos as they muddle through a life decided by factors beyond their control.

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Audience Development Projects: Year 6

http://www.filmhubwales.org/projects/festivalsFind details of our Audience Development supported projects in Year Six (2018/19) here:

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Made In Wales Projects: Year 6

http://www.filmhubwales.org/resources/heritageThe following exhibitors received support from Film Hub Wales in 2017/18 for their Welsh Film projects.

Film Education In Wales Research

Film Hub Wales & Ffilm Cymru Wales are pleased to present Making, Watching and Understanding, an audit of film education in Wales.

Youth Festivals Research

This report, prepared by Dan Thomas maps the youth film festival activity in Wales, the wider UK and Europe, focusing on the youth film festival landscape in Wales, outlining the current landscape and identifying any development opportunities.

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EFFAITH GWRTHDARO

Mae Impact of Conflict: Conversations About Cinema yn brosiect DU gyfan sydd yn agor trafodaeth a dadleuon trwy ffilm, yn dechrau gyda’r thema gwrthdaro a’r materion y mae’n eu codi..

ICO Summer Screening Days

The Independent Cinema Office have just announced that Summer Screening Days will be taking place at Showroom Cinema, Sheffield on Saturday 25th July - Monday 27th July 2015.

Call out for young film reviewers!

As part of our Roald Dahl on Film season, we've teamed up with Into Film Cymru and we're inviting young people to create programme notes, reviews or draw a picture for these Roald Dahl family friendly films.