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Where you can watch Ffilm Cymru films now

If you're at home and looking for some wonderful Welsh films to watch, here's a guide to where you can stream and download all our Ffilm Cymru funded films.

A Dark Song

A grieving mother employs a damaged occultist to carry out a gruelling ritual to manifest her guardian angel. But when her true intentions are revealed, the two must face being terrorised by hell itself. Welsh-Irish filmmaker Liam Gavin’s terrifying occult horror has become a modern cult classic, still being summoned to international ‘Best of’ lists across the internet.
Available on: Film4, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

American Interior

Welsh cult musician Gruff Rhys documents his latest musical road trip, retracing the fantastical American journey of his 18th century ancestor, the explorer Don Juan Evans.
Available on: Amazon Prime, iTunes

Another Me

Teenage girl Fay’s seemingly perfect life slowly begins to unravel. Fearing she is losing grip on her sanity, Fay senses that she is being pursued by a mysterious double out to not only steal her identity, but her life. Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner stars in Isabel Coixet’s psychological thriller.
Available on: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

B&B

Gay Londoners Mike and Fred plan a weekend of mischief returning to bait the prosecuted Christian owner of a remote B&B. The year before they had successfully sued the owner for not allowing them to share a double bed. Events take a deadly turn when another guest arrives who they think might have something more sinister in mind.
Available on: Amazon Prime, YouTube

The Ballymurphy Precedent

This feature documentary tells the story of the relatives of ten unarmed Catholic civilians shot by British forces in the Ballymurphy Estate in Northern Ireland in 1971.
Available on: Amazon Prime

Bastards

Documentary about illegitimate children in Morocco, the fathers who abandon them and the single mothers fighting for justice.
Available on: iTunes

Being Frank: The Chris Seivey Story

The real story of eccentric artist, musician and cult comedian Chris Sievey and his alter ego Frank Sidebottom. Told through exclusive access to Chris’s unique personal archive and interviews with his family, colleagues and close friends, Steve Sullivan’s inventive and intimate documentary premiered at SXSW.
Available on: NOWTV, Amazon Prime, BFI Player, YouTube, iTunes

The British Guide to Showing Off

Colourful exploration of the life and art of Andrew Logan as he prepares for his Alternative Miss World show.
Available on: iTunes

Bypass

Tim is a good kid, Tim is a criminal. And Tim must keep his family alive by any means possible in the face of a deadly disease. George MacKay stars in this dramatic morality tale of society’s feared and forsaken.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, YouTube, iTunes

The Canal

A man who suspects his wife is cheating on him believes their house is haunted by an evil presence urging him to take a terrible revenge.
Available on: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

The Chamber

A special ops unit commandeer a commercial research vessel and its submersible off the coast of North Korea to locate a mysterious item at the bottom of the Yellow Sea. When an explosion causes the sub to overturn and take on water the crew begins to understand that not all of them will escape and a fight for survival ensues. This tense underwater thriller premiered at Frightfest.
Available on: Amazon Prime, Sky Store, iTunes

Dark Horse

The epic tale of a race horse whose tumultuous life journey became a symbol of hope for the Welsh syndicate who invested their last dime, and their hearts, in him. Combining intimate archive with dramatic re-enactments, this feature documentary won the Audience award at Sundance, and has now sired dramatic new adaptation Dream Horse, starring Toni Collette and Damian Lewis.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, iTunes

Don't Knock Twice

To save her estranged daughter, a guilt-ridden mother must uncover the terrifying truth behind the urban legend of a vengeful, demonic witch. This supernatural horror film from the makers of The Machine has also been adapted into a petrifying, immersive VR game available to play now across multiple platforms, if you dare.
Available on: Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

Ethel & Ernest

Based on Raymond Briggs’ award-winning book, this hand-drawn animated feature is an intimate and engaging depiction of the life and times of two ordinary people living through extraordinary events and immense social change.
Available on: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

Gwen

In the stark beauty of 19th century Snowdonia, a young girl tries desperately to hold her home together. Struggling with her mother’s mysterious illness and her father’s absence, a growing darkness begins to take grip of her home, and the suspicious local community turns on Gwen and her family. William McGregor’s haunting folk horror Gwen premiered at Toronto International Film festival.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

Hunky Dory

A fun musical drama celebrating the growing pains of Swansea teenagers during the long hot summer of ’76. Minnie Driver stars as a charming music teacher amidst a class of young Welsh talent, including Aneurin Barnard, Kimberley Nixon and Tom Rhys Harries.
Available on: Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes

I Am Not a Witch

After a minor incident in her village, 9-year-old Shula is exiled to a travelling witch camp where she is told that if she tries to escape she will be transformed into a goat. As she navigates through her new life, she must decide whether to accept her fate or risk the consequences of seeking freedom. The directorial debut of Zambian-Welsh filmmaker Rungano Nyoni, I Am Not a Witch premiered at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight before winning the Outstanding British Debut BAFTA award.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

I Am Slave

A Nuban princess is kidnapped in the Sudan and kept as a slave in the UK.
Available on: Amazon Prime, iTunes

In the Dark Half

A troubled teenager struggles to hang on to her crumbling sanity in this supernatural thriller. Starring The End of the F***ing World’s Jessica Barden.
Available on: BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes

Just Jim

Jim is a school loner whose life changes dramatically when an enigmatic new neighbour arrives in town. Submarine’s Craig Roberts also stars in his directorial debut alongside Emile Hirsch, Nia Roberts, Richard Harrington and Mark Lewis Jones.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, Sky Store, iTunes

Kelly + Victor

A haunting depiction of a young couple’s passionate, dangerous and transgressive love affair. Adapted from Niall Griffiths’ novel, Kelly + Victor won Welsh writer-director Kieran Evans the Outstanding British Debut BAFTA award.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, YouTube, iTunes

Last Summer

Four young boys roam free through rural Wales during a long hot summer in the 1970s, until a tragedy strikes that sets them against the adult world and changes their lives forever.
Available on: Sky Store

The Lighthouse (2016)

A disturbing story of death, isolation and neurosis, this psychological thriller is based on an infamous 19th century maritime mystery, leaving one lighthouse keeper dead and the other mad.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, iTunes

The Machine

Deep in a secret government base, a leading scientist is employed by the government to create a game-changing weapon, an ultimate android killing machine. Aided by artificial intelligence expert Ava, Vincent creates the first fully conscious android. But at his moment of success he finds himself fighting for his life, as he uncovers the MoD’s true sinister intentions for his creation. This cult sci-fi hit shot in Wales stars Caity Lotz and Toby Stephens.
Available on: Amazon Prime, iTunes

Mom & Me

This feature documentary is an intimate insight into masculinity and motherhood.
Available on: Amazon Prime

Mugabe and the White African

A determined white Zimbabwean farmer takes Robert Mugabe to the court of human rights to challenge the land seizure programme in this multi award-winning feature documentary.
Available on: Amazon Prime

Obey

The clashing of two very different worlds results in a tragic love story in the heady days leading up to dramatic social unrest.
Available on: NOWTV, Amazon Prime, iTunes

Patagonia

A young Welsh couple travel to Patagonia, chasing the Welsh language community that resides there, while an elderly Argentinian woman returns to the land of her ancestors – Wales. Marc Evans directs this poignant and visually rich drama about identity and belonging.
Available on: Amazon Prime, iTunes

Queerama

Created from the treasure trove of the BFI National Archive, Queerama captures a century of relationships, desires, fears and expressions of gay men and women. This archive documentary from Daisy Asquith and ie ie Productions opened Sheffield Doc Fest.
Available on: Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes

Ray & Liz

A moving family portrait inspired by renowned photographer Richard Billingham’s own memories of growing up in Thatcher-era Britain, where life lived on the margins of society can spiral out of control. Following its release in 2019, Ray & Liz earned critical acclaim, a BAFTA award nomination and a British Independent Film Award.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

Resistance

Set in an alternate World War II timeline that sees the Nazis invade the UK, women in a Welsh farming community develop a tense relationship with their occupiers. Michael Sheen and Andrea Riseborough star in this moving adaptation of Owen Sheers’ acclaimed novel.
Available on: iTunes

Separado!

A psychedelic musical Western that follows Welsh pop legend Gruff Rhys on a cross-continental road trip in search of his long lost Patagonian uncle, the poncho wearing guitarist Rene Griffiths.
Available on: Amazon Prime, iTunes

Set Fire to the Stars

An academic tries to rein in the wild man of Welsh poetry during a hell-raising tour of America. Celyn Jones stars as legendary Welsh writer Dylan Thomas alongside Elijah Wood in this playful, humorous and moving snapshot of the literary force of nature. 
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, Sky Store, iTunes

The Silent Storm

A young, grieving housewife is caught between her domineering husband and the delinquent who is sent to live with them.
Available on: Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes

Sleep Furiously

A poignant portrait of a rural Welsh community undergoing irrevocable change. Gideon Koppel’s award-winning feature documentary boasts a score from maverick electronic musician Aphex Twin.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, iTunes

Submarine

Neurotic 15 year old Oliver Tate has two objectives: to lose his virginity, and save his mother from her new-age mystic lover. Richard Ayoade directs an all star cast in this quirky Welsh comedy adapted from Joe Dunthorne’s novel, which features original songs from The Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, YouTube, Sky Store, iTunes

Third Star

A touching and disarmingly charming tale of brotherhood and friendship in the face of tragedy. Benedict Cumberbatch stars in Western Edge Pictures’ comedy drama shot in Pembrokeshire’s beautiful Barafundle Bay, which has attracted dedicated fans from across the globe.
Available on: YouTube, iTunes
 

Under Milk Wood / Dan y Wenallt

A radically surreal and erotic Welsh-language adaptation of legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas’ classic radio play Under Milk Wood.
Available on: Amazon Prime

Y Llyfrgell / The Library Suicides

Twin daughters set a trap for their novelist mother’s murderer in the National Library of Wales. Adapted from Fflur Dafydd’s novel, this Welsh-language tale of revenge stars Catrin Stewart in a dual role, and was the debut feature of Dream Horse director Euros Lyn.
Available on: Amazon Prime, BFI Player, Sky Store, iTunes

Yr Ymadawiad / The Passing

Tragic truths are unearthed as the lives of a young couple collide with that of a haunted man living in a remote Welsh valley. This Welsh language horror from the makers of Hinterland won a BAFTA Cymru award.
Available on: BFI Player