23 March 2017
Future Vision for Iris Prize unveiled during spectacular evening at the iconic London venue the Ministry of Sound

Iris to continue supporting LGBT filmmakers with a greater emphasis on making Iris available across the UK to build audiences for LGBT stories

Ffilm Cymru Wales, BFI and Welsh Government thanked for being there at the start as search for new funding partners and sponsors continues to allow Iris to grow
By Team Iris
09 March 2017
Ground breaking film library continues to expand thanks to Big Lottery Fund Wales and Ffilm Cymru Wales

11 NEW short films covering sport, religion, biphobia and bullying added to the Iris Prize Library

“LGBT stories from Wales which have universal resonance…”
By Team Iris
06 March 2017
The Ministry of Sound, the heart and soul of London since 1991, has confirmed plans to celebrate the work of the Iris Prize with a spectacular party at their iconic London venue. Founder and Chair Lord Palumbo of Southwark (James Palumbo) will welcome guests to “watch films and party nightly” as the organisers of the world’s largest LGBT short film prize reveal their vision for the next ten years.
By Team Iris
20 February 2017
• A film which received its premiere in a North Wales cathedral takes Iris Leadership Award

• Changing Attitude also took the Community Award their second award of the evening

• Stare by Woodlands High School, Cardiff awarded Best Education Short Film at Iris Awards

• “Every now and again something happens that reminds you there might be more good in this world than bad…”
By Team Iris
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