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The last of our series of events to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Welsh landed in Patagonia, Argentina. Join us for a special screening and Q&A session with the producer of Patagonia, Rebekah Gilbertson (The Edge of Love, Another Me)
A chance to see some great new short films made in Wales by BAFTA Cymru members, and hear about how they were made. A limited number of public tickets are available for purchase from Chapter Arts Centre.
Danny, a teenager with autism, escapes the inner city for the beautiful countryside for his Duke of Edinburgh Award. Little does he know that bitter Nicholas is hunting him, stemming from a lie created by the enamoured and envious Julia.
+ Special screening presentation by Cardiff Independent Film Festival (CIFF) of this locally shot film. Meet the filmmakers for a wine reception in the foyer after the film.
Agatha Christie told like never before...a new app, made in Wales where you can watch the timeline unfold as the guests uncover the mystery of their friend´s suicide with the help of the mysterious Mr. Quin.