My Brief Eternity: Ar Awyr Le

By Film Hub Wales



To support the opening of a new Maggie's Centre in Velindre Cancer Centre South East Wales in 2017, Maggie’s Centres is partnering with Brightest Films, led by award-winning director Clare Sturges, and University of Wales Trinity Saint David to celebrate the work of the late artist Osi Rhys Osmond: through an artwork commission and documentary film. 

This powerful project gives members of the public the opportunity to gain an insight into Osi’s practice as an artist, his fascinating and erudite reflections on the human condition, and his experiences as a man coping with cancer. It will raise awareness of the contribution Osi has made to the cultural heritage of Wales and attract attention to the brilliant work of Maggie’s Centres. Further information here.

The artwork will eventually find permanent exhibition space at the new Maggie’s South East Wales Centre being built by Dow Jones Architects in 2017.

Welsh Connections

Shot in Wales

Set in Wales


The film will be available to all through Maggie’s Centres Online website here


For more information about Maggie's Centres and the film visit their website here

Visit Brightest Films website here



This is film is covered by our Made In Wales strategy, which means if you an a Welsh exhibitor you may be eliable to submit a proposal for support. For more information click here