Cleddau Reach

Our Films from the 2015 Film Festival

Review
This production was clearly well-planned and you had arranged good access to people and places, for example Dylan Thomas’s grand daughter and the Boathouse. As a result you had some very good shots in your film – it would’ve been nice to see a wider range of shots, with close-ups and different angles used more often. You could have also used some cutaways and the occasional transition to cover the occasional jumpy edit. Nevertheless, this was a very good film which we all enjoyed watching.

Mae’r cynhyrchiad yn cynllunio’n dda ac yn glir eich bod wedi trefnu mynediad da i bobl a lleoedd, er enghraifft wyres Dylan Thomas a’r Boathouse. O ganlyniad, byddwch yn cael rhai ergydion da iawn yn eich ffilm – byddai’n wedi bod yn braf gweld amrywiaeth ehangach o ergydion, gyda agos-ups a gwahanol onglau a ddefnyddir yn fwy aml. Gallech hefyd wedi defnyddio rhai cutaways a’r newid o bryd i’w gilydd i dalu am y golygu jumpy achlysurol. Serch hynny, roedd hwn yn ffilm dda iawn yr ydym i gyd yn mwynhau gwylio.

Review
We were impressed with the animation of the sweets to the beat of the music. Your animation showed good technical skill and a good sense of humour. We enjoyed watching this – highly commended. Winner of the Independent Young Film Maker award.

Roeddem yn edmygu’r gyda’r animeiddiad y losin i guriad y gerddoriaeth. Dangosodd eich animeiddio sgiliau technegol da a synnwyr digrifwch da. Rydym yn mwynhau gwylio hyn – canmoliaeth uchel. Enillydd y wobr Maker Ffilm Young Annibynnol.

Our Film from the 2013 Film Festival

Review
You’ve done well to produce your own entry for this event. Some of the scenes were a bit longer than needed, so we took the liberty of editing your 4 minute entry down to a snappy 60 second advert! You’ve got a good idea here and an off-beat sense of humour which is very entertaining.

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