Abergavenny Train Station is among several new and surprising locations across the UK hosting Art Night 2021, a free month-long contemporary art festival. The presentation launches local organisation Peak Cymru’s new cultural space, Platfform 2, on the southbound side of the railway track.
Entertainment South Wales previews new films and TV series available across digital platforms. The Best of Men (Cert 12, 90mins) The Best of Men is set in 1943 and reveals the true story behind the birth of the Paralympic Games. A refugee doctor from Nazi Germany uses new methods to rehabilitate those with spinal injuriesContinue reading “What To Watch: The Best of Men, Vanquish & 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything”
Cardiff’s first ever multi-artform venue, Chapter Arts Centre celebrates its 50th birthday on Monday April 5, 2021.
In March 2020, Chapter was due to host the UK premiere of documentary film Amber and Me, but when the pandemic hit its release was delayed. Chapter are now able to offer the film via their online streaming platform, the Chapter Player. Film Follows Challenges For Down’s Syndrome Girl In Mainstream Education Amber and MeContinue reading “Amber and Me Documentary Film to Premiere for Down’s Syndrome Day”
To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, Cardiff’s multi-artform contemporary arts venue, Chapter will join the Feminista Film Festival UK Tour 2021 with a virtual screening, in partnership with Modern Films.
Cardiff – based multi-artform contemporary arts venue, Chapter have announced Bringing Africa to Wales Film Festival, presented by Watch-Africa Cymru.
The directorial debut of internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter, multi-Grammy nominee and pop icon Sia, Music is to be released by Signature Entertainment in February.
The one and only big screen appearance of Welsh singing star Dorothy Squires, unseen publicly for over 50 years is to be released on DVD and Blu-Ray by Network on December 14.
Will Jewell’s Brecon Beacons based Welsh thriller Concrete Plans is as enthralling as it is dramatic.
To coincide with the release of the “class war” Welsh thriller Concrete Plans, legendary UK dance music composer Paul Hartnoll of Orbital discusses scoring the film as well as his top 5 favourite soundtracks.