Category Archives: Writer

Martyrdom on Television – St John Roberts and the Small Screen

 

Photo: Keith O'Brien
Photo: Keith O’Brien

Martyrdom on Television – St John Roberts and the Small Screen

Based on the 60′ documentary Merthyr Meirionnydd, presented by Guto Harri, produced by me for S4C.

Article for Welsh Journal of Religious History (Bangor University, Centre for the Advanced Study of Religion in Wales).

CULT Cymru: Writers – Pitch Your FIlm

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CULT Cymru

Workshop Deviser and Trainer :
Writers: Pitch Your Film includes practice pitches to Film Agency for Wales  21 March 2014
Awduron:  Gwerthwch Eich Ffilm 
Mae CULT Cymru’n gweithio mewn partneriaeth ag Asiantaeth Ffilm Cymru i gynnig cwrs undydd i Awduron.   Nod y cwrs ymarferol hwn yw helpu awduron i wella’u gwerthfawrogiad o gynnwys a photensial eu syniad a’i gyflwyno mewn modd gafaelgar a phroffesiynol.
Writers:  Pitch Your Film  CULT Cymru in partnership with Film Agency Wales on a one day workshop for Writers.   The aim of this practical course is to help writers to hone their appreciation of the content of their idea and its potential and present it in an engaging and business like way.

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Workshop Design and Delivery

Working as a Writer in Health and Social Care Settings    outline 16/17 February 2013 Delivered by Graham Hartill
Portfolio Development                                                     outline ongoing
Presenting and Pitching                                                   outline ongoing
Pitching Creative Ideas
(BVSNW – Professional Development for Black and Minority Artists and Creatives in Wales)  Pitching Event 4 Oct 2012
Working as a Writer in Educational and Community Settings (in development)

25/25 Vision: Welsh horizons across 50 years

Essayist                              25 / 25 Vision: Welsh Horizons Across Fifty Years, From Sept 2012.
                                           http://www.clickonwales.org/2012/09/welsh-visions-of-the-future-past/
 
25 Welsh writers: essays providing a profound and revealing commentary on a half century of the nation’s history.
A book to celebrate the 25th birthday of the Institute of Welsh Affairs.
Writers include Angela Graham, Bethan Gwanas, Tessa Hadley, Patrick McGuinness.
Photographic portraits of the 25 authors by the photographer John Briggs in an exhibition travelling across Wales from autumn 2012 to autumn 2013.
DYLAN THOMAS CENTRE, SWANSEA till 30th August 2013.
For more information,   www.dylanthomas.com and www.iwa.org.uk
25/25 Vision is in association with Literature Wales and is sponsored by the H’mm Foundation.  
25/25 Exhibition
25/25 Vision at Aberystwyth Arts Centre April ’13 
Photo John Briggs