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In 2017 Wicked Wales is pleased to be working with our partners YOUNG DOGS in Germany and Rhyl 6th College and West Rhyl Young People’s Project in Wales to deliver this most exciting documentary film making exchange programme between young Welsh and German filmmakers aged 16-20. Every year YOUNG DOGS organises an international documentary project

RHYL FISHING FLEET (1920)

We are pleased to have the first of two screenings from the coastal film collection from the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales as part of ‘Britain on Film: Coast and Sea. Rhyl Fishing Fleet will be screened on the 17th September and two films of Rhyl Lifeboat Day (1920) will be screened in
Wicked Wales International Youth Film Festival are delighted to announce that award winning Stephen Woolley Film Director/Producer is to become their Festival Patron. The Wicked Wales Film Festival, which is an annual Festival of short films made by young and emerging film makers from Wales and all over the world and a celebration of British
Wicked Wales are happy to announce that Wicked Wales International Youth Film Festival will be taking over Westbury Castle in Gronant for its Festival this year between 10th-14th October. Thank you to Lee Howard and Canned Media for creating the film.
Some of the Wicked Wales team having a site meeting at the venue for this year's Festival. All will be revealed shortly.

Focus Wales Festival 2018

Great Festival, great to have it in North Wales, Tickets now on sale for 2018, Check it out HERE.
Thank you Ann for inviting our young film makers to First Minister's scrutiny and thank you for asking the question about the importance of the creative industries and film to Wales. You made two young women very happy.
Some of our young people from 'On The Spot Music' Project who had the opportunity to meet Cabinet Secretary Ken Skates at last week's Focus Wales Music Festival in Wrexham. Thank you Ken for the interest you showed in the young people, making it a very positive first experience of meeting a politician.
Film Screenings, film workshops, industry training day, international reception
So pleased we have now launched our Community Mobile Cinema in Rhyl. The cinema will play an important role in our International Youth Film Festival in October supporting new and emerging film makers in Wales.

BFI Future Film Festival

What a day 13 hours on a coach, worth every minute. Thanks to tutors Sam and Alwyn Rhyl 6th and Chris West Rhyl Young peoples Project for filling the bus with amazing young people from Rhyl Prestatyn and beyond. It was all very very Wicked !!!
What beautiful surroundings to watch Roald Dahl on Film Screenings. It will be full of primary school children in the day from Denbighshire and Flintshire and in the evening well I think Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory will fit the bill fine.Wonder what our guests to the Festival from 14 Countries will have to say !!!! gloriumptious perhaps.
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