Programme released for the annual Carmarthen Bay Film Festival in Llanelli



The programme has been released for the annual Carmarthen Bay Film Festival in Llanelli -

Screenings at Stradey Park Hotel

Tuesday - 12th.May Screen 1
11:00am-Short Films Made In Wales
Turn On 15mins
Managed 20mins
Dancing In Circles 25mins
11.30am- Foreign Shorts Screen 2(Bryn-y Mor)
Pour l’amour de Sarah 23mins
In der Stille der Nacht (In the Still of the Night) 14mins
Une Bonne Affaire 20mins
Black Hole 15mins
12.00pm Asian Short Films
An American Piano 20mins
PAN RUO YUN NI (CLOUD&MUD) 15mins
12:30pm Break
1:15pm-RTS (Cymru) Session Screen 1
My Grandfather Dylan 28mins
Q & A with programme maker Phil George
Chaired by Robert Lloyd
2:15PM Short Break
2:30pm- In Partnership with S4C
Dan y Wenallt (Under Milk Wood)
4.00pm Short Break
4:15pm- Gwobr John Hefin Welsh Language Shorts
Dad 15mins
Mam a fi 6mins
Slap, Clap Ar LLo 32mins
Maer Glanio 3mins
Eisteddfod 9mins
5:15-End of Screenings
6.00pm Film Makers' Reception

Wednesday- 13th May
11am- Feature Film
Real Buddy 50mins
12.00pm- Shorts
Snow Wars 50mins
Comedienne 25mins
1.15pm-Lunch
1.45pm- Animation
Historia de un Oso (Bear Story) 10mins
Isaac and Quicncy 14mins
Lady Burka 8mins
One More Page 9mins
The Present 5mins
2.45pm- Feature Documentary
Cofio Cwmorthin 52mins
3.45pm Break
4.00 Feature Film
The Doo Dah Man 1hr 30
5.00 End Of Screenings

Thursday 14th May
11am- Feature Film
Kamikaze 1hr 30mins
12.30pm- Short Film Selection
Jinxed 5mins
Buoy 15mins
The Bullet Catch 15mins
1.05pm- Lunch
1.45pm-Short Films Made In Wales
Slim Chance 20mins
Flowers 35mins
Goat 2mins
2.45pm -Short break
3.00pm Short Documentary
Silencio 25mins
JAPAC: A Heroes Mission 30mins
Solitary Confinement 2mins
4.00pm- Break
4.15pm Q and A with Samira Mohamed-Ali
International Bollywood Actress
Chaired by Robert Lloyd
4.50pm Short Documentaries
Thank You Stan 5mins
Tamaduni za Kusini 19mins
5.15pm End Of Screenings
7.00pm Son of a Pitch
Hosted by Gary Slaymaker

Friday 15th May
11am- Foreign Shorts
Mousse 40mins
11.45am- Short Film Selection
Watch Over Me 30mins
Dial Y For Yesterday 14mins
The Stomach 15mins
Letterbox 25mins
1.15pm- Lunch
1.45pm- Short Film Selection
Keep Moving 15mins
Crossing The Dead Sea 15mins
Blanche Dumes from B to Z 25mins
Verse Chorus 20mins
Jinxed 5mins
Buoy 15mins
Fallen 10mins
Tinfoil and Jackboots 6mins
My Heart 2mins
I Know You 10mins
3.35pm Break
4.00pm Feature Film
Woodfalls 1hr 15mins

End Of Screenings At Stradey Park Hotel

7.00 pm. Screening of The feature film Adrenalin
Ty Gwyn Community Church, New Road, Llanelli.

This year we have something for all fans of independent film from all corners of the world. We’ll be screening animation, sci-fi, drama, comedy, documentaries and music videos. Also we have filmmakers flying in for Q and A sessions.
It's also been another fantastic response from filmakers from all around the world. Thanks to them submissions for this years festival are up by 50%!
We've come a long way since our first festival with only 35 submissions to 208 submissions for this year, which will be our fourth.
The festival is definitely moving in the right direction with not only an increase in submissions but the number of festival partners joining us.
This year Sony, Pinnacle,Final Draft, Royal Television Society(Wales) plus many local companies have come on board.
This year the festival has also become a BAFTA Cymru/Wales qualifying festival.
If your company or organisation would like to advertise or promote themselves in this years festival programme . . . or if you would like to know more or get involved in the festival in anyway please contact us at admin@carmarthenbayfilmfestival.co.uk.

The festival is being held at Llanelli’s Stradey Park Hotel, from May 12-15.
“It is astonishing how the festival has grown in popularity from very small beginnings,” said Festival CEO and organiser Kelvin Guy.
“They say great things grow from little acorns and that is very true of the film festival.”
There is added glitz and status to this year’s festival as the event is now on the approved list for BAFTA Cymru Wales.
Mr Guy added: “The BAFTA abbreviation is pretty special in the world of film. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is recognised as a hugely prestigious organisation worldwide. To get this recognition from BAFTA Cymru Wales is a huge honour and is a great achievement when you consider what the festival has achieved since it launched in 2011.
“Being on the list of approved BAFTA Cymru Wales festivals helps give added prestige and stardust to the festival, with entrants now being eligible for BAFTA awards as well as the ones on offer at the festival.”
In association with S4C and RTS Wales, the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival 2015 will be screening Kevin Allen's film "Dan y Wenallt" and the documentary "My Grandfather Dylan" at this year's festival.
Also there will be a Q&A session with the programme maker Phil George.
Both will be screened on the afternoon of Tuesday May 12 at the Stradey Park Hotel, Llanelli. Screening times will be published by the end of next week on the festival website.
All screenings during the festival are free.
The festival runs from Tuesday the 12th to Friday the 15th of May.
Entries for this year’s festival have come from all corners of the globe, including Taiwan, Iran, Iraq, Israel and North and South America
Mr Guy said: “The global response has been fantastic and I’d like to think that the festival is doing its best to put Llanelli and Carmarthenshire on the world map for film-makers.”
Website -
www.carmarthenbayfilmfestival.co.uk


Weblinks -
http://www.carmarthenbayfilmfestival.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/CarmarthenBayFilmFestival


CBFF is one of the fastest growing film festival in Wales and possibly in the UK!
Over the last three years submissions have grown from 35 to well over 200 for this year’s festival which will only be our fourth.
Film makers have entered and attended from all corners of the world including, of course, the UK. Not only has the number of film makers attending gone up but audience figures have risen as well.
The festival not only promotes independent film here in Wales but the region as well.
So if your company or organisation would like to help us do this by placing an advert in this year’s programme, please get in touch.
Adverts start from £25.
Also as an advertiser in our programme you'll will get two free tickets to our gala awards night which will be held at the Stradey Park Hotel Llanelli.
For more information please email admin@carmarthenbayfilmfestival.co.uk
In association with S4C and RTS Wales Carmarthen Bay Film Festival 2015 will be screening Kevin Allen's film "Dan y Wenallt" and the documentary "My Grandfather Dylan".
Also there will be a Q&A session with the programme maker Phil George.
Both will be screened on the afternoon of Tuesday May 12 at the Stradey Park Hotel, Llanelli. Screening times will be published by the end of next week on the festival website.
All screenings during the festival are free.
The festival runs from Tuesday the 12th to Friday the 15th of May

www.carmarthenbayfilmfestival.co.uk

Book tickets -
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/carmarthen-bay-film-festival-2015-tickets-12524177151

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