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Our Wales

Our Wales

Film Details

Year

2021

Duration

6 minutes

Genres

Documentary, Short Films

Language

English / Welsh (English subtitles)


Synopsis

This short documentary is a love letter to Wales and all it offers to both nationals and newcomers. Interviews with young people from all walks of life see contributors sharing their favorite things about the country and how it has enriched their lives, from easy access to nature, safety, education, and feeling welcomed by their local community. Featuring both English and Welsh language, the film highlights the importance of belonging and gives insight into Welsh culture and heritage.

Dyma ffilm ddogfen sy’n dathlu Cymru – gan Gymry o Gymru a’r rheiny sydd wedi symud yma. Darperir cyfweliadau gyda phobl ifanc o bob cefndir wrth iddyn nhw drafod yr hyn sy’n gwneud Cymru’n arbennig iddyn nhw a sut y mae byw yma wedi cyfoethogi eu bywydau – o’r byd natur, i’r addysg a’r ymdeimlad o groeso yn eu cymuned. Ffilm ddwyieithog sy’n tanlinelli pwysigrwydd ein Cynefin, perthyn, a diwylliant a threftadaeth Cymru.

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