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.
Members receive one complimentary ticket at VUE Cinemas in Wales on production of your BAFTA or BAFTA in Wales 2011/2012 Membership Card.
Members receive one complimentary ticket at Cineworld Cinemas in Wales on production of your BAFTA or BAFTA in Wales 2011/2012 Membership Card.
Being a BAFTA in Wales member gives you exclusive access to a network of the great and good of the creative industries. Being connected with practitioners across the UK and the US presents you with the opportunity to play an active part in supporting the art forms of the moving image.
On behalf of Sherman Cymru's Redevelopment Campaign
Thursday 16 June 2011, doors open at 5.30pm, event starts at 6pm. Finish 8pm.
Kuku Club, Park Plaza, Cardiff
• BBC's Sherlock sweeps 5 awards
• Stuart Brennan is Best Actor, Mali Harries is Best Actress
• Gareth Gwenlan wins Lifetime's Achievement Award
BAFTA in Wales is delighted to announce that it is to honour the Hollywood based Welsh actor, Matthew Rhys, with its 2011 Siân Phillips Award.
WELSH TENOR TO PERFORM AT THE BRITISH ACADEMY CYMRU AWARDS
Film Nation: Shorts is a competition that invites young people (aged 14-25) to make, and vote for, films celebrating the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Run in partnership with Panasonic, Film Nation: Shorts will introduce young people to film-making, support them in developing their talent, and give everyone who enters a chance to have their work screened around the UK. Winning films will be screened in front of the crowds in venues during the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London in 2012.
Update, Friday 6 May: Ticket Booking deadline extended to Monday 16 May.
Sian Williams and Jason Mohammad to present the 20th British Academy Cymru Awards Ceremony in May.