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.
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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.
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BAFTA showcased an award-winning short film at this year's Glastonbury festival as part of the Village Screen Project.
In celebration of the best in new Welsh cinema, the BAFTA in Wales team headed north to the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
The winners of the nineteenth annual BAFTA Cymru Awards have been announced at a glittering ceremony at Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff.
The full list of nominations for the BAFTA Cymru Awards on Sunday 23 May have been announced.
A pioneering new training scheme is now recruiting, aiming to find the next generation of producers and creators to ensure that Wales is a leading competitor in this new world of multi platform interaction.
The Royal Television Society Wales Centre in partnership with the Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries present Disability – Cast Off your prejudice!