28 January 2019
Birchgrove WI Cardiff, were the winners of Leadership Award at the third annual Iris Community and Education Short Film Awards 2019. The other winners were Y Lolfa (The Lounge) by Ysgol Gwynllyw, Pont-y-pŵl, which took the Best Education Short Film Award and We Leave Our Labels at the Door by SWS (Wrexham) (pictured above), who took the Best Community Short Film Award at a packed ceremony at Cineworld in Llandudno Junction.
By Berwyn Rowlands
04 December 2018
• 2019 tour starts in Llandudno Junction, before visiting Newcastle, Manchester, Brighton and Bournemouth
• Lebanese director and 2018 Iris Prize winner Lara Zeidan to return to Wales to attend Llandudno Junction film festival
• 19 short films up for the 3rd Iris Community & Education Awards Short Film Awards
By Berwyn Rowlands
22 November 2018
• Friends of Iris talk candidly about hosting visiting filmmakers at annual Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival

• “245 filmmakers have been accommodated by the Friends of Iris since 2007”

• Cardiff residents become stars for the night as Cardiff University’s School of Journalism hosts film premiere in new Central Square home

By Berwyn Rowlands
14 October 2018
Three Centimetres, by Lebanese director Lara Zeidan wins international Iris Prize

Beyond ‘There’s always a black issue, dear’ wins Best British Award

Best Feature Film win for AIDS drama 1985
By Team Iris
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