Made in Wales Funding

Celebrating Wales through film all year round

More People, More Places, More Films

We offer a range of activities each year to enable more people to watch more films with Welsh connections.

If you want to develop audiences for Welsh features or shorts at your cinema, you can make an application to our Film Exhibition Fund (FEF) or FEF Pitch Pot.

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We believe that it’s important to celebrate Wales, from emerging talent to pioneering filmmakers, locations to languages, histories and untold narratives.

Since 2013, we’ve supported over 235 films with Welsh connections. We offer a range of activities from preview days to online screeners and a growing catalogue of bookable titles.

We also work with wider Welsh screen organisations to boost profile for Welsh film collectively, reaching new audiences.

Browse our list of films that celebrate Wales’ past and present here, with details of how to book them for your cinema or event

Screen Heritage

  • Professionally made feature films, shorts and documentaries whose rights are held by screen archives, e.g. The Life and Times of David Lloyd George (1918) or amateur footage held in personal collections.

Feature Films and Documentaries

  • Involving Welsh film talent (director/ producer/ writer/ principal cast) e.g. the films of actor Ray Milland.
  • Made by production companies or filmmakers active in Wales (including those made with Welsh agency or Government funding) e.g. Eternal Beauty (2020).
  • Set in Wales, or that deal with Welsh stories, events or people e.g. Tiger Bay (1959).
  • Made in the Welsh language e.g. Yr Ymadawiad (2016).
  • Set in Wales or deals with Welsh characters, events or situations (real or imagined). e.g. Pride (2014). Films such as this and others will be reviewed per application.

 

FHW offers opportunities year round for independent exhibition activity in Wales. We offer two broad areas of funding across ‘training’ and ‘audiences’. Members can apply to the following:

Audiences:  

Training:

We also offer networking events, training courses, marketing support, and film news.

Made in Wales Catalogue

Browse our list of Welsh made, Welsh language and Welsh archive films here, with details of how to book.

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