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.
Guests at the 23rd annual British Academy Cymru Awards ceremony, which takes place at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay this Sunday (26 October), will be treated to a performance by classical singer Katherine Jenkins. The Neath-born international star will open the ceremony by taking to the stage to perform a track from her new album Home Sweet Home.
An exciting series of events which will offer new access to the Doctor Who series, featuring episodes from episodes that have been filmed in Wales throughout its 50 year history.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Wales, BAFTA Cymru, has today presented a Special Award to long-running television soap, Pobol y Cwm, on its 40th birthday.
This year, BAFTA Cymru celebrates 23 years of awarding excellence through the medium of film and television. Join us on Sunday 26 October at the prestigious Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, for a star-studded evening of entertainment and celebration.
For information on how to enter the Awards in 2014 please click here .
First Great Western is offering BAFTA Cymru Full, Associate and Branch members, the chance to sample travel on its Cardiff Central / Newport to London route at some very special prices.
The BAFTA Cymru committee have elected Ian Jones, (pictured) to the position of Chair of BAFTA Cymru.
Members were treated to an unexpected visit from The Doctor when Peter Capaldi came to our preview screening of Sherlock (episode 2, series 3) f on Sunday 5 January, which took place in Chapter, Cardiff.
Following our recent elections, we are delighted to welcome a host of new faces to the BAFTA Cymru Committee in 2014.
A series of film screenings for children with life limiting conditions held throughout the UK before Christmas.