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Discover the top 10 most watched archive films from Wales

Discover the top 10 most watched archive films from Wales

BFI and Paul Merton unveil ‘Top 10 most watched films you have never heard of’ in Wales, to celebrate 25 years of National Lottery funding.

Recruitment of Board Members

Recruitment of Board Members

Ffilm Cymru Wales is seeking additional Board members to further the work of this entrepreneurial and impactful sector development body.

National Lottery 25th birthday celebrates £1.75 billion invested in over 50,000 incredibly good causes in Wales

National Lottery 25th birthday celebrates £1.75 billion invested in over 50,000 incredibly good causes in Wales

The National Lottery celebrates its 25th Birthday today and charities and community groups throughout Wales are marking the incredible impact of the £1.75 billion awarded to more than 50,000 good...

Iris Prize Community, Education and Micro Shorts 2020 open for submissions!

Iris Prize Community, Education and Micro Shorts 2020 open for submissions!

Organisers of The Iris Prize Community, Education and Micro Shorts Awards have announced that they will be accepting entries for the first time from England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Great Point Media adds Gwledd to its sales slate at the American Film Market

Great Point Media adds Gwledd to its sales slate at the American Film Market

The Welsh-language horror film joins company’s wide range of exciting offerings at AFM.

Ffilm Cymru Wales

We are the development agency for Welsh film.

We support film development, film production, film education, film exhibition, film business development and filmmaker career progression; we offer training and advice for those aspiring to be in or already in the film sector, and advocate for Welsh filmmakers and film policy that works for the people of Wales.

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Data & Privacy

Ffilm Cymru Wales respects your privacy and handles your personal data in accordance with data protection regulations.

To view how we use personal information, your rights and how you can withdraw any permissions you have given to us, as well as how to make a complaint please see our Privacy Policy here.

Brexit and the UK Film Sector

Whilst changes are anticipated as a result of Brexit, as previously advised, central government remains committed to the continuation of funding mechanisms under UK law, including National Lottery funding for film, as disbursed by the BFI, Ffilm Cymru Wales, Northern Ireland Screen and Creative Scotland, as well as the on-going provision of UK tax credits, which can be accessed by British qualifying film, high-end or childrens’ television, games or animation.

Read our advisory notice here.