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This is the International Film Festival of Wales's seventeenth year and we've moved to a new city. Yes that's right, we're in Wrexham!
This festival aims to promote and support independent filmmaking, providing opportunities for independent filmmakers to have their films screened at great red carpet-style venues to a passionate audience of film professionals, film students, journalists and the general public.
SHORT FILM SCREENING
May 1940, Sergeant Albert Kent (41) and his beleaguered squad are retreating to Abbeville. Corporal Pony Moore (22) begins to question Kent's decisions instigating a schism of leadership. Whilst both are insisting they are right, the German forces draw closer.
16m | Dan McCadden
A short animated film about connection, loss and grief
5m | James Morris & Maria Tilt
Pub touring karaoke singer, Bex, lets her celebrity delusions get in the way of her relationship with her 17y/o daughter, Rhian, who is left to pick up the pieces when faced with the cruel reality of her mother's lifestyle.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
18m | Josh Harris
The end is near as the animal world is in revolt.
3m | Scott Coello
Life with Emotions is a short documentary film about a sculptor Nick Elphick who has been struggling with his mental health. Five years ago he sadly lost his father due to Parkinsons disease. In an attempt to deal with his emotions Nick began sculpting statues in his father's image.
LIFE WITH EMOTIONS
32m | Shafin Basheer
OUR HOME THE SEA
10m | Mared Rees
Lara has built a life for her and her daughter, Magi, with the sea at its heart, lived and explored in their mother tongue. But as external forces push them ever closer to danger, their world begins to crumble around them.
13m | Corinna Brooke Elleschild
A coming-of-age social realism film based in the British South-West. A story of defiance, hope and the connection between two teenagers against the backdrop of a difficult world.
BEST SHORT FILM
THE DOUGLAS MILSOME AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
THE WELSH DRAGON AWARD
RISING STAR AWARD
BEST UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY WINNER
***The Die Is Cast | Andrew Goth***
BEST UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY COMMENDATIONS
10,080 Moments | Bobby Moloney
Fang Girls | Kevin Ryan
Lancelot And Onion | Rhys Lloyd-Jones
On The Edge | Silva Chege