North Wales package:
- The Morgan Family at Abersoch (1948);
- Prestatyn Holiday Camp (1957);
- Rhyl Fishing Fleet (1920);
- Life Boat Day at Rhyl (1920);
- The Return of the Llandudno Life Boat (1927);
- Llandudno (1937);
- The Hardings at Llandudno + North Wales (1965);
- Conway Capers (1965); Carnival Day (1960);
- Racing on the Menai Staits (1930);
- The Island in the Current (1950); Criccieth Beach (1938);
- A is for Aberdyfi, B is for Barmouth, C is for a Camel (1934)
South Wales package:
- A Sad Saga of the Sands (1959);
- Our Holiday 1932 – Tenby (1932);
- Borth, Ynyslas, Aberystwyth (after storm) (1938);
- Aberystwyth Promenade [trampoline] (1960s);
- Aberaeron Harbour (1965);
- Haf 1933 – Cardigan (1933);
- Babs Recovery (1969);
- Porthcawl – Diving, Picnics, Carnival (1922);
- The Coast Line of South Wales (1935);
- Life Guards – Barry Island (1966);
- Promenade – a Summer’s Day in Penarth (1967);
- Holidays Under Canvas, Near the Sea (1954)
Aleksandr Dovzhenko’s silent poetic masterpiece depicting an idealistic vision of the possibilities of Communism, made just before Stalinism changed the focus of the Revolution. Depicting the Ukrainian peasant’s journey into the age of collectivization, examining natural cycles through his epic montage, this highly innovative new electronic musical commission brings a modern edge to this timeless humanist masterpiece.
+ Live performance of a specially composed soundtrack by R.Seiliog, originally commissioned by Pontio
A theatre performance beamed ‘live’ from the past. T.Gwynn Jones’ translated William Shakespeare’s Macbeth for broadcast live on national television in 1964. It was an elaborately-filmed studio-bound theatrical performance well before the ‘professional’ Welsh language theatre as we know it was in existence. The film survives through T.Gwynn Jones’ magnificent Welsh language script, its keen director’s eye and the undoubted quality of. We would like to express thanks to the BBC, T.Gwynn Jones’ surviving family and to our partners at Pontio for their support on this event.
+ Live Q&A with Llion Williams (led by Elen Ifan)
With a huge rise in home-made videos due to iPhones and editing app’s, we’ve seen a return to the 80’s/90’s homemade video revolution. Think MTV and Fideo 9. For this event, young skate filmmakers and musicians from Blaenau Ffestiniog have come together to screen Welsh music videos from the Video 9, I-dot and Garij archives, and to offer a special live score to a video of their choice. Fideo Hud will travel as part of Welsh music video film festival across Wales.
A lavish, star-studded update of Dylan Thomas’ play for voices, Under Milk Wood. The inner lives of the residents of Llareggub are revealed as they pine for old loves and relive past triumphs.
+ Live Q&A with special guest to be confirmed