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fFilm Cymru Wales

Ffilm Cymru Wales supports the development of a creative, innovative and inclusive film culture. To celebrate our 10th anniversary this summer, we’ve curated a playlist of some of our exciting and engaging films showcasing Welsh talent.

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Bypass
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Bypass 2015 15

Duane Hopkins’s follow up to Better Things is a striking, poetic drama about a young man on the edge.

105 mins United Kingdom Director. Duane Hopkins

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Dark Horse 2014 PG

The inspirational, larger-than-life true story of how a group of friends in a poor mining village took on the elite 'sport of kings' and breed themselves a racehorse.

85 mins United Kingdom Director. Louise Osmond

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Just Jim 2015 15

Craig Roberts (Submarine) directs and stars in a quirky comedy about a loner whose lowly life is transformed when an American rebel moves next door.

84 mins United Kingdom Director. Craig Roberts

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Kelly + Victor
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Kelly + Victor 2012 18

In modern Liverpool, a couple meet and begin a transgressive, sexually charged affair set against a background of crime and encroaching danger.

United Kingdom Director. Kieran Evans

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Set Fire to the Stars 2014 15

A young, ambitious professor tries to tame fire when Dylan Thomas accepts his invitation to tour America.

97 mins United Kingdom Director. Andy Goddard

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sleep furiously

sleep furiously 2007 U

Gideon Koppel’s charming documentary about a small farming community in mid-Wales, observing the unalterable rhythms of country life and the monthly visits of a mobile library.

90 mins United Kingdom Director. Gideon Koppel

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Submarine 2010 15

Richard Ayoade’s sweet and quirky directorial debut about a Swansea teen’s travails with his distant girlfriend and warring parents.

97 mins United Kingdom Director. Richard Ayoade

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