Magazine article Screen International

Ffilm Cymru Wales Invests in Development of Three New Features

Magazine article Screen International

Ffilm Cymru Wales Invests in Development of Three New Features

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Also providing additional support to three projects on their slate.

Welsh development agency Ffilm Cymru Wales has invested National Lottery funding in the development of three new features.

£13,688 has been awarded to Gone, an adaptation of musical prodigy Min Kym’s memoir, about the mystery that started when her expensive Stradivarius violin was stolen. Working on the film are producer Elwen Rowlands, director Aisling Walsh and writer Olivia Hetreed (Girl With A Pearl Earring).

The Killing Of Butterfly Joe, another literary adaptation, has received £24,999. Welsh writer Rhidian Brook will adapt his own novel for screen; it is a thriller about a writer who meets a charismatic butterfly salesman and heads on an existential road-trip. …

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