Welsh Film Projects: Year 5

I Am Not A Witch (2017) screening and Q&A at Pontio, Bangor
I Am Not A Witch (2017) screening and Q&A at Pontio, Bangor

The following exhibitors received support from Film Hub Wales in 2017/18 for their Welsh Film projects:



Pontio Cinema, Bangor

Pontio organised four non-mainstream film events to attract four different audiences (senior/LGBTQ+/youth/BAME) in order to expand audience development and engagement and to carry out specific audience research, whilst also being able to offer a Welsh language dimension to all events with translation and guest speakers to stengthen the cinema's identity. The screenings included the documentary 'Destination Unknown', with a Q&A, the archive documentary, 'Queerama', which was shown with local female led short films, 'Deffro', a local skateboarding film collective project collaboration with foreign touring musicians Neutral Zone, which featured interviews and live music and 'I Am Not A Witch', which was scheduled as part of the Watch Africa Festival, with a Q&A with the director. 



Cardiff Mini Film Festival

Cardiff Mini Film Festival teamed up with Lost Lands Cinema for a screening of 'Moondogs' at Jacob's Market, as well as a Q&A with the film's producer Kathy Speirs and director Philip John, with an aim to attract young audiences.  




For further information on the Welsh Film Projects 

or Made In Wales Strategy click here or 

contact Lisa Nesbitt: lisa@filmhubwales.org