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Welsh Dark Horse chosen for Sundance Festival

Dark Horse, the Ffilm Cymru Wales funded documentary feature about the real-life story of Dream Alliance who was trained on a Welsh allotment and went on to be a champion, has been selected for next month’s festival.

The film, based on a true story, is co-funded by the BFI and Film4 and will compete in the World Cinema Documentary section. Press reaction to the news is available here.

 

FFILM CYMRU WALES PAVES WAY WITH NEW BOARD MEMBERS

FFILM CYMRU WALES announces five appointments to its Board of Directors, who will help develop the organisation’s commitment to talent development, the skills and regeneration benefits of film education, digital enterprise and community engagement.  

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Sundance Film festival recognises Iris Prize short film talent for the second time

  • A dark-comedy drama about faith and loneliness shot in Cardiff gets red carpet treatment.
  • The 6th short film produced by the Iris Prize recognised by A-list festival.
  • Followers selected from record 8,000+ submissions.

Read more: Sundance Film festival recognises Iris Prize short film talent for the second time