Digwyddiadau Sinema Cymunedol Wledig (CFfC)

Bob blwyddyn, mae Canolfan Ffilm Cymru yn ymuno â Flicks in the Sticks a Moviola i gynnig sesiynau arbennig ar gyfer sinemâu cymunedol gwledig yn ystod Gŵyl Sinema Brydeinig Borderlines. Mae'r digwyddiadau hyn yn caniatáu i sinemâu cymunedol gwledig o bob rhan o Gymru rwydweithio a rhannu awgrymiadau, syniadau a phrofiadau.

March 28th, The Globe at Hay


Sessions will include:

  • Working with disabled audiences
  • Carbon literacy/climate emergency

Book your place yma.

Mawrth 30ain, 2019 yn Sinema Gymunedol Knighton.

Roedd y sesiynau’n cynnwys:

  • Technolegau newydd gyda Roger Castles, Flicks in the Sticks
  • An interactive programming session with Moviola’s Neil Ramjee,
  • Cynlluniau yn y dyfodol ar gyfer ffilmiau heb fod yn theatrig gyda Chanolfan Ffilm Gogledd Iwerddon

Dysgwch ragor yma.

Mawrth 3ydd 2019, Sinema Gymunedol Knighton


Ymhlith y sesiynau mae:

  • Panel rhaglenwyr ifanc a gweithwyr proffesiynol yn y sinema
  • Gweithdy rhyngweithiol cynulleidfa ifanc gan Media Active.
  • Sinema Cymunedol a Chymdeithas Ffim – dal i fyny dan gadeiryddiaeth Moviola

Chwefror 26ain – Sinema Siop Lyfrau Richard Booth, Hay-on-Wye


Sessions:

InMarchnata Arloesol gyda Rachael Castell

Mae Off Y Grid yn bartneriaeth strategol o bedair sinema yng Ngogledd Cymru – Galeri, CELLB, Pontio a Theatr Ardudwy. Cyflwynodd Silvia Sheehan (Cydlynydd Prosiect Off Y Grid) a Siri Wigdel (Cyfarwyddwr Creadigol Theatr Ardudwy) astudiaeth achos ar sut mae’r prosiect i bob pwrpas wedi brandio a marchnata ei hun i gynulleidfa wledig wahanol, heb wasanaeth digonol.

Lawrlwytho Cyflwyniad  | Lawrlwythwch daflen

Cyfryngau Cymdeithasol yng Nghymru Wledig gydag Off Y Grid (Astudiaeth Achos)

Mae Off Y Grid yn bartneriaeth strategol o bedair sinema yng Ngogledd Cymru – Galeri, CELLB, Pontio a Theatr Ardudwy. Cyflwynodd Silvia Sheehan (Cydlynydd Prosiect Off Y Grid) a Siri Wigdel (Cyfarwyddwr Creadigol Theatr Ardudwy) astudiaeth achos ar sut mae’r prosiect i bob pwrpas wedi brandio a marchnata ei hun i gynulleidfa wledig wahanol, heb wasanaeth digonol.

Lawrlwytho Cyflwyniad | Lawrlwythwch daflen

Ymgysylltu gyda’r sector gwirfoddol a chynulleidfaoedd ifanc gyda WCVA

Mae Cyngor Gweithredu Gwirfoddol Cymru yn cynnig gwirfoddoli, interniaethau, profiad gwaith a gweithredu cymdeithasol ar gyfer y pedwerydd sector (anllywodraethol, dielw). Siaradodd Fiona Liddell ag arddangoswyr am sut y gallant gysylltu â gwirfoddolwyr yn eu hardal i gefnogi eu sinema / cymdeithas, yn ogystal ag ennyn diddordeb cynulleidfaoedd iau.

Lawrlwytho Cyflwyniad

Sinema Cymunedol a Chymdeithas Ffilm – dal i fyny

Dan arweiniad Jim Barratt o Gymdeithas Ffilm Llancarfan a Hana o Canolfan Ffilm Cymru bu’r mynychwyr yn trafod materion sy’n wynebu arddangoswyr gwledig a sut y gall aelodau gefnogi ei gilydd.

Sgôr gyfartalog gyffredinol 4.9/5

 

 

Mawrth 13eg – Neuadd y Plwyf, Gelli Gandryll


Sesiynau:

  • ael y gorau o’ch offer sain ac acwsteg – Her gyffredin i arddangoswyr cymunedol a chymdeithasau ffilm, cynigiodd y sesiwn hon gyngor ymarferol gan Glen Manby (Chapter, Caerdydd), Stephen Nottingham (Sinema Gymunedol Dinas Powys) a Roger Castles (Flicks in the Ffyn, Knighton).
  • Beth sydd bwysicaf i arddangoswyr ffilmiau gwledig yng Nghymru? – Trafodaeth grŵp yn edrych ar yr heriau sy’n wynebu sinemâu cymunedol gwledig, pa gefnogaeth a gynigir ar hyn o bryd, pa gefnogaeth sydd ei hangen a sut y gallai rhwydwaith gwledig helpu.

 

Geirda

“Stimulating, flexible, lots of ideas and follow up suggestions.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“We were able to link up with another exhibitor and we are going to promote each other’s films. We’re also thinking of doing a joint event to encourage younger people and also have a get together with local cinema groups.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“Many ideas of marketing and working together with local communities (collaboration).”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“More determined to investigate feedback/statistics from Facebook.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“Really good to understand voluntary and young experiences.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee:

“Ideas for engaging with younger audiences.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“Good follow up to many useful conversations during the day.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“First time for me but great to see a view across other areas and previous experiences.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“First time for me but great to see a view across other areas and previous experiences.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“Excellent discussion with lots of ideas.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“Lots of useful ideas and feedback from other groups’ experiences.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“I enjoyed the networking opportunities and the chance to learn new approaches to shared problems."

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“It was really good to meet other groups and have the opportunity to learn from their experiences.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“It was good to listen to interesting, well-informed speakers and hear about the experiences and ideas of others.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“It was very useful to understand what others are doing, and know others have similar problems and innovative solutions. The food was excellent too.”

2017 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“We thoroughly enjoyed the session with FHW in Hay yesterday – very worthwhile.  As well as all the boring techie stuff it was good to meet other like-minded souls (…) I think we all went away at the end of the session feeling quite buoyant and that we’d made some good contacts and learned something.”

2016 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“I really enjoyed Sunday, thanks. In fact, the sound session was by far the most useful and engaging community cinema event I've ever attended. And it was good to chat with others over lunch.”

2016 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“Really enjoyed the event at Hay on Wye. We both found it most useful and certainly learnt even more about Movies.”

2016 Rural Cinema Event Attendee

“It was great to meet other people and hear some of their up's and down's of running their cinemas. It also re-enforced that some of what I am doing is in the right direction. Also how to tweak some of the other things I am doing to make them more attractive to our audiences.”

2016 Rural Cinema Event Attendee
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