The Take 4 Film Challenge took place at Theatr Llwyn. Entrants had to make a film in 10 days using a genre, prop and line of dialogue. A fantastic and appreciative audience, proved just what a hit all the films were! Afterwards, Ian Jones, Llanfyllin Town Mayor, handed out the prizes and praised the entrants for their hard work, ingenuity and commented on how creative and talented all the film makers were.

As part of the programme we hosted a ‘Film Nation: Shorts’ workshop in November to help young Llanfyllin film-makers win a chance to get their work showcased at the London 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The workshop gave young people the chance to work with industry professionals, KinoKulture, through First Light. They learnt about story, camera, sound, directing, editing and producing a short film using the latest state-of-the-art Panasonic equipment.

Film Nation: Shorts is delivered in partnership with Panasonic, Screen West Midlands, First Light and 104 films with funding from the National Lottery through the Olympic Lottery Distributor. For more information:

Ffilmic 2009 was funded by the Film Agency for Wales and supported by the Valleys Film Society. The Take 4 awards were supported by Llanfyllin SPAR and kindly sponsored by Lake Vyrnwy Hotel, to whom we are very grateful.

Ffilmic 2010

Film Nation: Shorts

Film Nation: Shorts is a competition that invites young people (aged 14-25) to make, and vote for, films celebrating the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Run in partnership with Panasonic, Film Nation: Shorts will introduce young people to film-making, support them in developing their talent, and give everyone who enters a chance to have their work screened around the UK. Winning films will be screened in front of the crowds in venues during the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London in 2012. The competition is accompanied by a UK-wide programme of workshops to provide extra help to young people to begin making films, develop their skills and meet other people to share ideas and develop projects. FREE Make a Film in a Day Workshop for 14 – 19 year olds 9am – 5pm, Wednesday 10th November, taking place at the Youth & Community Centre, Llanfyllin Working with industry professionals through First Light, learn how to make a short film in a day, themed around the Olympic and Paralympic Games. All young people will learn about story, camera, sound, directing, editing and producing a short film. Wednesday 10th November, 9am – 5pm Youth & Community Centre, Llanfyllin Phone 01691 648 929 to book See for the latest entries to the competition and vote on your favourite or upload your own film.

Logos for project

Ffilmic Film Festival 2010 – Sat 4th September @ Theatr Llwyn

This year we will be taking a year off from the full Ffilmic programme but will be running the Take 4 film challenge. Tickets to the screening of the Take 4 Film Challenge films will be £4.

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