The National Eisteddfod of Wales, Bodedern, Anglesey, LL65 3SS
In Wales, the eclectic Sinemaes tent makes its anticipated return to the National Eisteddfod of Wales for its second year, bringing a full programme of Welsh language films, special events and Coastal Wales on Film archive screenings to Anglesey from the 4th -12th August.
Sinemaes is led by a collective of partners in Wales, including Film Hub Wales, Chapter, BAFTA Cymru, Into Film, Ffilm Cymru Wales, The Royal Television Society, Wales Screen, BFI NET.WORK, ITV Cymru Wales, S4C and TAC.
In partnership with Film Hub Wales, members including Canolfan Ucheldre Centre, Pontio, CELLB, the exciting new Off Y Grid project in North Wales and Film Hub Lead Organisation, Chapter are bringing a variety of innovative events to audiences throughout the week.
The Dragon Theatre in Barmouth and venues across Wales will also offer a colourful programme of coastal themed events, including plans for a weekend of vintage themed activities to mark a new season of film at the Penarth Pier Pavilion, Rhyl Little Theatre and Wicked Wales: Wales International Youth Film Festival working with Rhyl lifeboat station and coastal screenings at Canolfan Ucheldre Centre and Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
In partnership with CELLB and Off Y Grid. With a huge rise in home-made videos due to iPhones and editing app’s, we’ve seen a return to the 80’s/90’s homemade video revolution. Think MTV and Fideo 9. For this event, young skate filmmakers and musicians from Blaenau Ffestiniog have come together to screen Welsh music videos from the Video 9, I-dot and Garij archives, and to offer a special live score to a video of their choice. Fideo Hud will travel as part of a Welsh music video film festival across Wales.