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On December 9 we hosted a special evening to celebrate BAFTA-winning television series Sherlock and its relationship with Welsh locations, crew and more. Supported by Wales Screen and Hartswood Films, with additional support from Champagne Taittinger and Da Mhile Welsh Organic Gin, the evening offered public guests and industry professionals the chance to gather and look back at Sherlock as we look forward to the 4th series in January 2017.
On November 25, we hosted a Graphic Design for film workshop with Annie Atkins (Grand Budapest Hotel, Bridge of Spies, Boxtrolls) followed by a special screening of the film, Grand Budapest Hotel and a Q&A.
On 15 November in Cardiff we hosted a special preview of the 6th episode of the new BBC3 drama Class, preceded by a Career Clever on Screenwriting Q&A with Patrick Ness and followed by a Q&A with the cast and Patrick. Attended by a full audience of members, students and fans and supported by the Galashan Trust.
On October 20 we hosted a series finale of the new Amazon Prime drama, The Collection, with a Q&A with the producers Kate Croft and Selwyn Roberts and the Lead Director, Dearbhla Walsh. Event supported by Wales Screen.
On 26 September we screened a preview of new British film Moon Dogs, followed by a Q&A with the Welsh director (and BAFTA Cymru Nominee) Philip John; Producer Cathy Spiers and Jacky Parry Jones and Claire Page from the cast.
New for 2016, Sinemes at the National Eisteddfod of Wales is an exciting new programme of screenings of new and archive films, workshops for children, discussions panels, networking events and more - to promote Welsh film and television.
On Thursday 30 June we hosted An Audience with Eddie Izzard at the beautiful reading room at ALEX, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea. An audience of school and college students, BAFTA members and the public gathered to hear Eddie in conversation with Celyn Jones. Many thanks to the
On May 6 we co-hosted a special preview screening of the BBC Wales adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream, followed by a Q&A with Russell T Davies, David Kerr (Director), Kate Kennedy (Helena), Nikki Wilson (Producer) and hosted by Menna Richards.