These short films were supported by Ffilm Cymru Wales and the BFI NET.WORK, with the aim to develop bold and unique voices, explore diverse forms of cinematic storytelling and establish burgeoning careers. For more information and to book the films, contact Jonny@ffilmcymruwales.com.
In This House
An elderly couple live out their strange and beautiful existence together in a relationship where not everything is as it seems.
Writer-Director: Owain Hopkins Producer: Alan Humphreys Production Company: Treetop Films
Jasun Watkins brings his pink, brash and very camp Elvis impersonation act to the biggest Elvis tribute festival in Europe. We join him in the days leading up to the competition, as he recalls how his troubled family life and childhood suffering fed his desire for fame. Will Pink Elvis win over the residents of this small Welsh seaside town?
Director: Jay Bedwani Producer: Grant Vidgeon Production Company: The Festivals Company
The best man attempts to keep face and deliver his speech at his brother’s wedding following a sexual advance in the hotel bathroom by the father of the bride.
Director/Writer: Rhys Marc Jones Producer: Alex Polunin
Bored of the white male politicians and ageing population of her small north Wales town deciding what her national identity should be, check-out girl Kerry plans a new jelly-filled nation in a mountain cave.
Writer-Director: Sam O’Rourke
An animated short about queer love, fear and a boat made of leaves.
Writer-Director: Efa Blosse Mason
Producer: Amy Morris, Winding Snake Productions
A woman from the city has a brief but life-changing connection with a hill farmer and the landscape in remote mid-Wales.
Writer-Director: Zillah Bowes
Producer: Jack Thomas-O’Brien, Sixteen Films
On an overnight coach to Wales, a woman tries to decipher whether or not the driver is an ex-convict.
Writer-Director: Nan Moore
Producer: Bethan Jones
Sally Leapt Out Of The Window Last Night
Ireland, 1788. To escape the fate their families plan for them, two women flout convention and scandalise society by eloping. (Based on the true story of the Ladies of Llangollen).
Writer-Director: Tracy Spottiswoode
Producer: Kathy Speirs, Up Helly Aa
This documentary takes an inquisitive look at Takeshi, a lecturer from Tokyo, with an incredible and unusual passion towards the Welsh language and its culture.
Writer-Director: Griff Lynch
Producer: Gwen Hughes
If you are a Welsh exhibitor you may be eligible to submit a proposal for support as this film is covered by our Made In Wales strategy.
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