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Short (1-4 activities)
England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
British film Ethel & Ernest tells the story of Raymond Briggs' parent's lives from 1925-1970. This set of resources created by Lupus Films and Thud Media with support from Ffilm Cymru Wales in partnership with Into Film, support young people to engage in creative activities to explore 2D animation techniques, the creation of an animated feature film and the central theme of the events and impact of World War Two. The ten resources and activity materials for young people are available in English and Welsh.
Hanes bywyd rhieni Raymond Briggs rhwng 1925-1970 cawn yn y ffilm Brydeinig Ethel & Ernest. Mae'r adnoddau yma a greuwyd gan Lupus Films a Thud Media gyda chefnogaeth Ffilm Cymru Wales mewn partneriaeth ag Into Film, yn cefnogi pobl ifanc i gymryd rhan mewn gweithgareddau creadigol i ddysgu technegau animeiddio 2D, creu ffilm animeiddio gan ganolbwyntio ar thema canolog o ddigwyddiadau ac effeithiau'r Ail Ryfel Byd. Mae'r deg adnodd a'r deunydd gweithgareddau ar gyfer pobl ifanc ar gael yn Gymraeg a Saesneg.
Art and Design
Welsh First Language (Cymru)
Welsh Second Language (Cymru)
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