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FfCW welcome independent review of Curriculum and Assessment Arrangements in Wales

We welcome Professor Graham Donaldson’s independent review of Curriculum and Assessment Arrangements in Wales. The report highlights the myriad beneficial links between arts and education, while also recognising the important role that the arts, including film, play in tackling social exclusion and inequality.

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Beacons shine light on Welsh film talent

Budding directors, writers and producers are being invited to enter a new short film scheme‎ run by Wales' national film body.

Beacons, the short film scheme from Ffilm Cymru Wales and the BFI NET.WORK, will shine a light on the new generation of filmmaking talent in Wales, while providing a crucial step in their creative and career development.

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New BFI statistics show record year for UK film in 2014

Independent figures published today by the BFI show the UK’s screen industries are thriving and making an increasingly significant contribution to the UK economy and audiences are enjoying British film more than ever. 2014 saw a massive surge in film production in the UK, generating a total spend of £1.471 billion in 2014, a 35% increase on 2013 and the highest recorded figure ever.

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