Ffilm Cymru Wales

Magnify Your Potential

Filmmakers in North Wales will have the chance to make the most of their ideas at Ffilm Cymru’s latest Magnifier event.

Held at Bangor University on 27th and 28th July, the Magnifier training days will provide an opportunity for filmmakers and content creators to learn from an international selection of speakers from the film, theatre, games and cross-media sectors.

 

Considering the explosion in alternative routes to audience and an increasingly tough film financing climate, the first session on Friday 27th will explore how the role of the producer has evolved. One of the world’s first cross-media producers Asta Wellejus will discuss with Wrexham-born producer Andy Evans (Keepers, Julian Lennon’s Everything Changes project) and former Bedlam Productions’ producer Stella Nwimo (…Is it the Design on the Wrapper, Nuclear). The second Friday panel will discuss reaching young audiences with Chris Payne, Managing Director of North Wales games developers Quantum Soup, Paula Clark and Jessy Roberts from York Theatre’s TakeOver Festival, and Wicked Wales film festival director Rhiannon Wyn Hughes.

Saturday 28th will start with Finding Your Voice – a conversation with Kieran Evans, the BAFTA winning director of Kelly + Victor, followed by an interactive filmmaking masterclass from Asta Wellejus.

www.ffilmcymruwales.com

Tickets for each day are £20, or £30 for both days. Book your place here.

 

British Red Cross

Service Co-Ordinator –  Anglesey/Gwynedd

https://jobs.redcross.org.uk/tlive1_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d791332JWzo%1BU&WVID=624080007l&LANG=USA

Closing date for applications :  24 November 2017

Date of interview   1/12/17

Project Manager North & Mid Wales

Camau Cadarn Positive Steps
Phone 01745 828363

British Red Cross,
Red Cross House,
North Wales Business Park,  Cae Eithin,
Abergele, Conwy,
LL22 8LJ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HK0ypbWkS8A

 

Community Music Wales

Music Can Be The Breakthrough

At Community Music Wales we use music as a tool to enable people to express themselves. We have helped over 50,000 people in communities across Wales over the last 25 years.

Our tutors are musicians equipped with skills from our accredited Community Music Tutor Training programme. If then taken on, they work on a paid, freelance basis.

Upcoming Training

We have spaces available on our forthcoming training course in Bangor in September and we’d love to help you make your music make a difference.

For more information click here or contact:  hannaht@communitymusicwales.org.uk | 02920 838060