Bafta Wales

Thursday 28 February

Games Dev South Wales - The Sessions with Andrew Walsh, Freelance Games Writer and Director followed by drinks and networking.

Time: 19:30
Venue: Cineworld, Caerdydd
Location: Caerdydd

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A series of inspirational talks from games industry professionals

We will be delighted if you can join us for a very special event on Thursday 28 February, 2013 at Cineworld, Cardiff.

19:30 Screen 15

Tickets are free. To attend please go to the Eventbrite page: . Please note tickets are allocated on a first come first serve basis.

Afterwards, you're welcome to join us in the BAFTA bar to chat about the games development scene.

Also for this session, thanks to the Royal Television Society Wales and Skillset Media Academy Wales, there will be some free drinks, and a chance to network with students and graduates from film, documentary, advertising and other areas.

GamesDev South Wales
To find out more please follow this link:

Twitter: @gamesdevsw

The Sessions
The Sessions are a set of free talks by games development professionals aimed at giving
insight into all sorts of aspects of game creation, from game design to financing, from coding to visual effects, from publishing to narrative design. We'll be bringing in speakers from all over the industry indies, AAA, education, trade bodies, government. And after the talks, there'll be a chance to chat with the speakers and local developers.

This session's talks will be from:
Andrew Walsh:
With more than sixty videogames credits to his name as a writer, speech designer, scriptwriter, script consultant, narrative designer, narrative director, motion capture director, voice over director and other assorted titles, Andrew has worked for companies including 2K Marin, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Bungie, 2K China, Criterion, Traveller's Tales, Creative Assembly, Codemasters and Koch on titles including Need for Speed:Most Wanted, Prince of Persia, Harry Potter, LEGO City:Undercover, Risen, Medieval II: Total War, and SOCOM. He has numerous credits in animation, theatre, television, radio and film, including the UK version of Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva.

Second Speaker: To be confirmed.