Front left: Sioned Wiliam, behind her Rhys Gwynfor, Barry Jones, Elen Rhys, and Daniel Glyn
Cardiff Bay was the venue for this year’s ‘Sinemaes’, a week-long pop-up cinema, held at the National Eisteddfod, supported by a partnership of film and TV organisations based in Wales. During the week over 3,300 attended screenings and sessions at Sinemaes, a 36% increase on the number in 2017.
The Welsh drama series Keeping Faith/Un Bore Mercher was the very timely subject of an RTS Wales panel discussion at the Celtic Media Festival in Llanelli on the 3rd of May. The series, which stars Eve Myles as a lawyer and mother of three whose husband unexpectedly goes missing, has been making headlines as the most downloaded non-network programme on iPlayer with over 9 million requests, and has developed a cult following across the UK. Made in both English and Welsh, it was a co-commission for S4C and BBC Wales and the focus of the discussion was the ‘back-to-back’ nature of t
For our final event this year, we have 12 places available for this visit, which will provide a behind the scenes look at Cardiff's local television station, Made in Cardiff. There will be an opportunity to hear from the station's General Manager, Daniel Glyn, and watch a live broadcast from the company's television studio. Further information about the station can be found at:
Mae hwn yn gyfle i glywed barn Bethan Jenkins AC, Cadeirydd y Pwyllgor Diwylliant, y Gymraeg a Chyfathrebu, y Cynulliad Cenedlaethol, ar gyflwr presennol y cyfryngau yng Nghymru. Yn ymuno â hi ar y panel fydd Huw Marshall (Cyfarwyddwr Awr Cymru a chyn-bennaeth digidol, S4C), Dr Ruth McElroy (Darllenydd mewn Astudiaethau Teledu, y Cyfryngau a Diwylliant, Prifysgol De Cymru) a Martin Shipton (Prif Newyddiadurwr, y Western Mail).
This is an opportunity to hear the views of Bethan Jenkins AM, Chair of the National Assembly's Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee, on the current state of the media in Wales. Joining her on the panel will be Huw Marshall (Director of Awr Cymru and the former head of digital, S4C), Dr Ruth McElroy (Reader in Television Studies, Media and Culture, University of South Wales) and Martin Shipton (Chief Reporter, Western Mail).
Professor Stewart Purvis. Ofcom's P.S.B. Review. 12th September 2008.
For our first event of the autumn for members and non-members, we invite you to Meet The Makers. This will be your opportunity to quiz a panel of independent producers and broadcasters about their plans, and also network with key decision makers.
Hear what 2017 has to offer!
The guests will include: Rhodri Talfan Davies (BBC), Boomerang, Pinewood, Boom Cymru, ie ie Productions, Wales and Co., Greenbay Media, and Wildflame Productions.