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As part of the 10th PICS Young People's Festival we will be hosting a special screening of the 50th Anniversary Doctor Who episode and a Q&A with Danny Hargreaves of BAFTA Cymru and BAFTA-winning Real SFX who create all the physical effects for this series and many others. Doctor Who props will also be in situ at Galeri for the day.
Fifty years ago, in 1966, the Welsh photographer Philip Jones Griffiths first visited Vietnam. It was an experience that would profoundly shape his career, as well as the world’s understanding of the human cost of war. Griffiths captured incredible images of the victims of war from innocent civilians to young soldiers caught up in the conflict. His 1971 photo journal, VIETNAM INC. transformed forever our understanding of this terrible conflict.
You’ve loved and lost.
You’ve hit ground zero and you never want to go through that hell again. But then, you meet someone incredible. Life seems full of possibility again. Inside you, your molecules are a hot mess and figurative butterflies are doing flash mobs in your tummy. BUT… what if you knew the ending before it even began? What if that ending involved more suffering? With all that painful baggage, could you have a second chance at true intimacy? Or will someone spoil it for you?
A chance to hear from our BAFTA Cymru Award Winner for Directing in 2015, Ashley Way. Director of Y Streic a Fi, Belonging, The Bastard Executioner (for FOX), Parch, Stella, Casualty, Merlin, Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood.
Thursday, 10 March 2016 - 2:00pm
ALEX, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea
A chance to hear from the producers of the 2015 Gwyn Alf Williams Award winning documentary Streic y Glowyr, with Adam Price and Steffan Morgan.
More information about this afternoon event will follow shortly.
Friday, 11 March 2016 - 3:00pm
Department of Theatre Film & Television Studies, University of Wales, Aberystwyth