What's On: Welsh Film

Discover where you can see great Ffilm Cymru Wales-supported films in cinemas across Wales this month.


5th April
The Ffwrnes, Llanelli

A young Welsh couple travel to Patagonia, chasing the Welsh language community that resides there, and an elderly Argentinian woman returns to the land of her ancestors – Wales. Marc Evans (Hunky Dory) directs this poignant and visually rich drama about identity and belonging starring Matthew Rhys and Nia Roberts.

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I Am Not a Witch

20th April
Penarth Pier Pavilion

Rungano Nyoni’s BAFTA-winning satire revolves around a nine-year-old girl – Shula - who is accused of being a witch. As she navigates through her new life, she must decide whether to accept her fate or risk the consequences of seeking freedom.

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The Lighthouse

29th April
Tramshed Cinema, Cardiff

A 19th century psychological thriller based on an infamous maritime mystery, leaving one lighthouse keeper dead and the other mad; a disturbing story of death, isolation and neurosis.

Fractured Visions and Cardiff Independent Film Festival are pleased to bring The Lighthouse back to the big screen for a special showing with director Chris Crow, producer David Lloyd and co-star Mark Lewis Jones in attendance for a special Q&A after the showing.

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