The latest news from BAFTA in Wales. Find out what's happening across the country - from screenings and events to the latest Academy initiatives in Film, Television and Interactive Media.
A series of film screenings for children with life limiting conditions held throughout the UK before Christmas.
BAFTA Cymru has teamed up with Microsoft and Nokia to present an exciting opportunity to budding Game App Developers in Wales.
The Academy today announced the nominations for the British Academy Cymru Award for Games sponsored by Cyfle.
This summer Welsh Writer/Director and BAFTA ‘Brit to Watch’ Brynach Day, will be returning from LA to his childhood home of Pembrokeshire to shoot his loss of innocence drama, Role Play.
BAFTA Wales is pleased to announce that the keynote speech at this year's Wales Games Development Show 2013 will be delivered by Ian Livingstone CBE.
Children across Wales have been voting for their favourite Children’s Programme out of the entries to this year’s British Academy Cymru Awards.
The Wales Games Development Show returns to the Wales Millennium Centre on 26th June and BAFTA Wales will be hosting a day of industry led panels.
The presentation of the British Academy Cymru Award for Games will take place on the 26 June 2013 to recognise, honour and reward individuals for outstanding creative achievement in Games.
Awards Open for Entry
The British Academy Cymru Awards in 2013 are now open for entry. As in previous years, we are asking Distributors, Production Companies, Producers and Members to enter work that they wish to be considered. The entry deadline is Friday 19 April 2013.
The British Academy Cymru Awards Ceremony will take place in the Autumn, 2013 in Cardiff...