An independent sci-fi movie filmed in and around Cardiff and Newport that found favour with post-Pandemic audiences in North America is now available in the UK for the first time. Expiry, a co-production between Seraphim Pictures of Cardiff Bay and TG Films of Carmarthenshire, was written and directed by Tom Gatley and filmed in South Wales during 2017 after winning The Cardiff Mini Film Festival Pitch Your Film competition of the same year.
Andy Howells chats with Welsh filmmaker Dylan Williams about his new film, Men Who Sing.
Dartmouth Films has announced the release of Dylan Williams feature documentary Men Who Sing.
Bringing the latest action and adventure films to venues around the UK, the Banff Mountain Film Festival is back in South Wales for 2021!
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.
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”
Four of Wales’ best-loved festivals, Festival of Voice, FOCUS Wales, Other Voices Cardigan and Aberystwyth Comedy Festival, have joined forces in lockdown to create Gŵyl 2021; a free, online festival packed with unforgettable music and comedy, embracing diversity and dialogue.
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.
In the second part of an interview with Entertainment South Wales, David Barry ecalls the Please Sir! spin-off series The Fenn Street Gang as well as working on the Please Sir! film with Andy Howells.