IFFW

(redirected from International Film Festival of Wales)
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IFFWInternational Film Festival of Wales (UK)
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Formerly known as the International Film Festival of Wales, this year's event will be run by Sgrn, the Media Agency for Wales, and called the Cardiff Screen Festival.
Cardiff hosts the S4C Film Festival each year and the International Film Festival of Wales is held annually to promote the best of Welsh and international film making.
THE Cardiff International Film Festival of Wales is now up and running following the Welsh premiere of Plots With A View starring Brenda Blethyn and Christopher Walken, last night.
Sgrin Cymru Wales will this year take charge of the annual Cardiff Screen Festival (formerly the International Film Festival of Wales).
It won the critics' praise after being premiered at the 13th International Film Festival of Wales in Cardiff a year ago, and also won the FilmFour Audience Award.
# The late DM Davies was the owner of the Commodore Cinema in Aberystwyth - the original location of the International Film Festival of Wales.
Events such as the International Film Festival of Wales and Wales Cinema Day, to name but two, are also important to the industry's increasing profile.
Meanwhile, the committee has approved the showing of unclassified films as part of the 14th International Film Festival of Wales, which takes place this month in Cardiff.
The film was premiered in Cardiff in November as part of the International Film Festival of Wales.
The following year she won the DM Davies Award for best director at the International Film Festival of Wales for her film Up The Valley.
Five other films made thanks to the Screen Gems scheme, were shot on the more traditional 35mm film format and all 10 will be premiered during the 14th International Film Festival of Wales which runs from November 21 to 27.
ACTOR Arwel Gruffydd was presented with the coveted DM Davies Award last night after being named best new director at the Cardiff International Film Festival of Wales.
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