By FHW Marketing
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These six short films were supported by Ffilm Cymru Wales and the BFI NET.WORK, with the aim to develop bold and unique voices, explore diverse forms of cinematic storytelling and establish burgeoning careers. For more information and to book the films, contact


In This House

An elderly couple live out their strange and beautiful existence together in a relationship where not everything is as it seems.

Writer-Director: Owain Hopkins
Producer: Alan Humphreys
Production Company: Treetop Films


Since Dylan’s mother passed away his nightmares have been becoming real, more violent and seeping into his waking hours. But how do you escape yourself?

Writer-Director: James Cookson
Producer: Dominic Thomas
Production Company: Phoenix Film & TV

Pink Suede Shoes

Jasun Watkins brings his pink, brash and very camp Elvis impersonation act to the biggest Elvis tribute festival in Europe. We join him in the days leading up to the competition, as he recalls how his troubled family life and childhood suffering fed his desire for fame. Will Pink Elvis win over the residents of this small Welsh seaside town?

Director: Jay Bedwani
Producer: Grant Vidgeon
Production Company: The Festivals Company

Things That Fall from the Sky

A story about collisions - between a swan and a power line, and between a muddy man in a ditch and a woman with blood on her hands.

Writer-Director: Catherine Linstrum
Producer: Stella Nwimo
Production Company: Bedlam Productions

This Far Up

Centred around John, a man in his 70s living on a remote farmhouse, This Far Up is a surrealist exploration of life, death and what lies in between.

Writer-Director: Ewan Jones Morris
Producer: Miranda Ballesteros
Production Company: Lunatica

Zero Sum

In the near silence of space, Ruth wakes up. As she slowly comes to life, she looks out of the window to see that her ship is one of hundreds orbiting an alien planet.

Director: Jimmy Hay
Writer: James Gillingham
Producer: Ross Bliss
Production Company: Long Arm Films





If you are a Welsh exhibitor you may be eligible to submit a proposal for support as this film is covered by our Made In Wales strategy.