Full schedule overview of 47 events with 34 guest speakers coming soon.
Please note 14 of the events this year will require advance booking (for free) so please click on the links below to book.
You can check the full programme on the Eisteddfod website here
Book for some of the popular events to secure your place here:
4/8 13:30 Dogfennau Moi
5/8 18:30 Beryl, Cheryl a Meryl & Tudur Owen, Iwan and John and Rolant Prys Q&A
6/8 13:15 Gweithdy Into Film
6/8 16:00 Mynydd Grug with introduction from Angela and Dyfan Roberts
7/8 11:00 Her yr Hinsawdd discussion about climate change
14:00 Hansh Amgylchedd & Mari Huws Q&A
15:30 Arthur Cheetham films and live piano accompaniment
17:00 Carwyn Elis film and performance
19:15 SOS Gari Tryfan and Richard Elfyn Q&A
8/8 12:30 Cofio Heulwen Haf
9/8 13:00 Scriptiing worhkshop with Pobol Y Cwm
15:00 Presentation about Filming Locations
17:30 Presentation of Its My Shout films and training scheme
10/8 12:30 Presentation and discussion Atgof Byw
We welcomed a record 3,200 people to events in our tipi, Norwegian Church, World of Boats and Millennium Centre this year - find out more here.
The second Sinemaes engaged with 2,500 people on the Maes and via fringe events, with highlights including a celebration of classic Miri Mawr; a masterclass on directing with Lee Haven Jones (35 Diwrnod, Shetland, Vera); premieres of Deuawdau Rhys Meirion, Deian a Loli and Pobol y Cwm with the event wrap party with a live local band playing to the Fideo Hud archive. You can see the full programme here
Sinemaes+ Fringe events
In 2017 we worked with local partners Menter Mon, Ucheldre Arts Centre, Pontio and Coleg Menai to offer events for those not attending the Eisteddfod.
These fringe events included a Premiere of new Archive package of silent films - with Merched y Wawr Anglesey branches at Oriel Mon, Llangefni, a Screening of Y Syrcas (2013, Kevin Allen) at Pontio, Bangor, a Career Clever session with BAFTA and Oscar-winning producer Stephen Woolley (The Crying Game, Carol, The End of the Affair) and an Acting for the Screen Workshop with Aneirin Hughes (Hinterland, Eastenders Cameleon) for Theatr Ieuenctid Mon
You can watch a film about the 2016 event here, which 2,020 people engaged with:
2016: A Programme of 50 events over 8 days
Click here to browse the events we offered in 2016.