Eight short films made in Wales by young filmmakers from all backgrounds - part of the WOW Film Festival / Gŵyl Ffilm WOW.
These films will be available to watch on-line from Thursday 25th February until 6th March, and include the following:
- PRIDE (A LION'S ROAR)
Director: Music Theatre Wales
A powerful statement delivered through a visually-pleasing and musically-enchanting piece of poetry.
- DAUGHTERS OF THE SEA
Director: Krystal S.Lowe
An empowering retelling of a Welsh folklore explored through modern dance on the coast of Wales. It explores the fight to fully understand where and with who you belong.
- UNDER MILKWOOD
Director: Amelia Lloyd
An adaptation of Under Milkwood. A rural Welsh community sleep and dream, everyone with their own secrets and stories to tell. They awake to face the realities of another day. Dir – Amelia Lloyd
Director: Mared Rees
A concise, well-performed & neatly curated tale, haunting-yet-admirably relatable to a generation.
- RHYL FROM BYGONE ERA
Director: Ffion Pritchard
A take on the history of Rhyl with a forward-looking depiction of the future of the rural seaside town.
- SALT WATER TOWN
Director: Dan Thorburn
Liam’s Dad finds out their caravan park is worthless, will they finally decide to leave or can Liam never escape?
- THROUGH THE WAVES
Director: Ben Roberts
It's the 14th April 1912 and Artie Moore receives a message on his homemade wireless equipment. A distress call from the sinking Titanic.
Director: Lottie Pojboy
Sal can’t even start his new painting, will his mother help him find that spark to start his passion again?