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Black Hat wins 2019 Iris Prize presented by Russell T Davies

Black Hat wins 2019 Iris Prize presented by Russell T Davies

Drama set within LA’s Hasidic community and directed by Sarah Smith, wins the £30,000 prize for an international LGBT+ short film.

Welsh film wins at BAFTA Cymru awards

Welsh film wins at BAFTA Cymru awards

Ffilm Cymru supported films have won 4 awards at this year’s BAFTA Cymru ceremony.

Sarah Brocklehurst to adapt novel with Welsh filmmaker Keri Collins

Sarah Brocklehurst to adapt novel with Welsh filmmaker Keri Collins

Following the success of the film adaptation of Emma Jane Unsworth’s novel Animals, Sarah has announced two books recently optioned by her company Sarah Brocklehurst Productions.

School’s new LGBT+ short film to receive World Premiere on  Iris Prize opening night

School’s new LGBT+ short film to receive World Premiere on Iris Prize opening night

The Iris Prize have confirmed that a new short film made by pupils of Tonyrefail Community School will feature as part of their opening night celebrations.

Nuclear sets World Premiere in Poland

Nuclear sets World Premiere in Poland

Catherine Linstrum’s Ffilm Cymru funded debut feature will premiere on the opening night of the Warsaw International Film Festival.

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