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Welsh Film Preview Events

Our Preview Days include screenings of upcoming Welsh-made, Welsh-language and Welsh archive film releases designed to support the wider programming and reach of  films with Welsh connections.

The events are exclusively for members of Film Hub Wales and members of Film Hubs around the UK and we supply all attendees with film information packs and offer networking at different member venues across the country. Film Hub Wales can also offer funding towards minimum guarantees, marketing and/or a contribution towards event costs where talent is available.

Further events will be scheduled according to the availability of upcoming film titles and details will be listed below.

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Anim18 at Chapter, Cardiff
Film Forum

We’re making time to talk about films!

Join us online for our quarterly programming get-togethers where we’ll talk about a selection of the best new British independent and international film releases.

The sessions are hosted by curator Rachel Pronger. There will be film tips for your upcoming programme, time to talk with peers about the films you’re looking forward to and to discover the ones you might otherwise miss. We’ll also discuss how to programme and market them.

These sessions will run quarterly to support you with year-round audience development. Exhibitors of all shapes and sizes are welcome, we’ll explore how to make the sessions useful for everyone.

About Rachel
Rachel Pronger is a curator, writer and programme consultant. She began her career working in communications for the BFI London Film Festival, Picturehouse Cinemas and Film Hub Scotland, before moving into programming roles at Alchemy Film & Arts, Tyneside Cinema, Sheffield DocFest and Aesthetica Short Film Festival. As co-founder of feminist film collective Invisible Women she has co-curated programmes and delivered events for partners such as the BFI Southbank, Cinema Rediscovered, Eye Filmmuseum Amsterdam, BalkanCanKino Athens, HOME Manchester and Glasgow Film Theatre. Her writing on film has been published by outlets including Sight & Sound, The Guardian, MUBI Notebook, Little White Lies and BBC Culture. She also regularly chairs Q&As, panels and workshops centred on feminism, archiving and film history.

Film Forum (April 2024*):

  • When: Thursday 11th April 2024, 10am-12pm
  • Where: Online (via Zoom)

Book your place – Film Forum (April)


Film Forum (July 2024*):

  • When: Thursday 11th July 2024, 10am-12pm
  • Where: Online (via Zoom)

Book your place – Film Forum (July)

*This event is exclusively for members of Film Hub Wales. If you’re not a member, you can join here.

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The National Library of Wales
Hub Helo | The National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth

Save the Date – Hub Helo 2024

*This event is exclusively for members of Film Hub Wales and members of Film Hubs around the UK. If you’re not a member, you can join here.

Take time out to reflect, catch up with exhibition colleagues from across Wales and find inspiration in one another’s projects, through bite size interactive sessions. We’ll also update on Hub funds for 2024.

The half an hour sessions will cover all sorts of topics such as newly digitised Welsh feature films from the Screen and Sound Archive, to how Abertoir plan their eclectic international film programme and how Wicked Wales reach young people and families on low income.

  • When: Thursday 14 March 2024 – 10am – 4.30pm (timings tbc)
  • Where: The National Library of Wales, Penglais Road, Aberystwyth, SY23 3BU

Aberystwyth is accessible by train, bus or by car. When travelling by car, we encourage people to consider their carbon emissions and car share where possible and consider carbon offsetting.

We look forward to seeing you!

Book your place here.


Bursary support and Membership

  • This event is eligible for bursary support. FHW can cover travel accommodation/costs for members to attend. Fill in a form here.
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