The national development agency for the film industry in Wales
An online database of film resources and Education Practitioners working across Wales.
To participate fully in our society and its culture means to be as confident in the use and understanding of moving images as of the printed word" - Film 21st Century Literacy.
Film Agency Wales welcomes Gill Branston as a new Practitioner on the site!
Gill is Honorary Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University's School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.
Film Agency Wales welcomes Oyster Education Carolyn Davies as a new Practitioner on the site!
Director, Oyster Film - part of Oyster Education
Education Consultancy and Development, Project Management,
Arts in Education, Policy and Practice
Film Agency Wales welcomes Ben Ewart-Dean as a new Practitioner on the site!
Film-maker and workshop provider, specialising in working with people with learning difficulties.
Film Agency Wales welcomes Adam Amor as a new Practitioner on the site!
Adam Amor is a Director and Producer at Buffoon Film and Media. A self-taught video producer, Adam has worked on productions and training courses with clients in both public and private sectors.
Hana Lewis has published a new News Item - Pictures are on the move with Film in Afan
Heritage Minister Huw Lewis and Children's Commissioner for Wales Keith Towler celebrate the launch of Film Agency Wales' pioneering new Film in Afan scheme.
Study Guide to the Production and Exhibition of Resistance
A teaching resource focused on the making, distribution and exhibition of Welsh made and Film Agency Wales funded film, Resistance. For AS/A Level and appropriate undergraduate use (Film, Cinema and Media Courses)
Making the Case for Film Education
Film 21st Century Literacy has produced an advocacy document, containing ten key positive messages about film Education.
Hana Lewis has published a new News Item - British Youth Film Academy brings Movie-Making Experience to Wales
The first college in Wales to join the ranks of The Co-operative British Youth Film Academy (BYFA) has been confirmed as Yale College, Wrexham.
Big Lottery Fund awards £250,000 to Film@Afan
Film Agency Wales will develop mobile cinema provision and an exciting 3 year programme of film education for community members in the Upper Afan Valley of Neath Port Talbot.
Hana Lewis has published a new Resource - Making the Case for Film Education
Film 21st Century Literacy: A Strategy for Film Education across the UK
The Reach the Heights evaluation is available to download.
With the support of the Film Agency and distributor Metrodome, Resistance made its debut in Wales for education charity FILMCLUB.
Non Stevens joined FilmClub on 14th November 2011 as the new Schools Support Coordinator for FILMCLUB Wales.
European Social Fund (ESF) Film Education Programme