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.
The film was nominated for five BAFTA Cymru Awards in 2006 and went onto win, Best Actor - Brian Hibbard and Best Actress - Helen Griffin.
Kotatsu Japanese Animation Festival is a newly launched 3 day event held at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff. The event will include screenings of Japanese animations from mainstream to independent, workshops for children and Barry Purves masterclass.
The only festival which focuses on Japanese animation in Wales.
Watch an exclusive interview with Gareth Edwards, writer and director of Monsters. The film was screened by BAFTA Cymru in October 2010 as part of the Ffresh Student Moving Image Festival of Wales.
Are you 16+, want to work in media in Wales? Earn and learn with the Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media.
Ethos Creative win 'Best Graphic Design' award at the Cardiff Design Festival 2010.
March 2011 sees the 5th birthday of Zoom’s International Young People’s Film Festival of Wales.
New interactive website is launched by Skillset Media Academy Wales today.
Ffresh 2011 was launched last night in a reception held at the Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries, ATRiuM, where the festival will be staged from February 9th – 11th next year.
We have just launched our brand new website, with an easy-to-use layout and interactive features.
Sherlock, the acclaimed modern adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s well loved Sherlock Holmes tales, hit TV screens in September 2010. In this BAFTA interview at the Kaleidoscopic Adaptations Festival in Wrexham, series writer Stephan Moffat and producer Sue Vertue discuss their enthusiasm for the stories and the finer details of production.