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Student jury to choose winning film from 12 new features chosen for Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2022

Graham Robson September 22, 2022

Twelve new feature films will be shown during the 16th annual Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival in October, including three films directed by previous Iris Prize alumni.

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Arts

Iris International LGBT+ Short Film Prize announce this year’s shortlisted films

September 11, 2020

Thirty-five international filmmakers are set to compete for £30,000 prize money as organisers of the Iris International LGBT+ Short Film Prize announce this year’s shortlisted films.

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Arts

RSPCA Cymru to march at Pride Cymru in Cardiff

Gary Hart August 23, 2019

RSPCA Cymru will march at this weekend’s Pride Cymru in a show of strength against intolerance Рwhile highlighting the prejudice four types of dogs still face under discriminatory UK law.

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Arts

Shortlist for Iris LGBT+ Film Festival 2019 revealed

Brian Butler August 21, 2019

Organisers announce the 14 feature films and 17 programmes of short films that will compete for the 2019 Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival in Cardiff in October.

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In The South

Former Welsh rugby captain victim of hate crime

Besi Besemar November 19, 2018

Former Welsh rugby captain, Gareth Thomas was the victim of a homophobic attack in Cardiff city centre on Saturday, November 17. Thomas suffered facial injuries following an attack by a 16 year old in The Hayes area of the city at around 9pm following Wales’¬†74 – 24 win over Tonga earlier in the day.

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Arts

Pride Cymru 2018 – Cardiff Pride in pictures

August 31, 2018

Eric Page goes home to Wales to enjoy the The Big Weekend and celebrate Pride Cymru 2018. Huge crows attended the nineteenth annual Pride Cymru event on City Hall Lawns in Cardiff over the weekend of August 24-26 with ten thousand people taking part in the mile long parade.

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Community News

Pride Cymru 2018 & The Big Weekend @Cardiff

August 30, 2018

This was the 19th annual Pride Cymru event in Cardiff and this year‚Äôs event was bigger than ever. With 50,000 people attended the city‚Äôs main day of the three day ‚ÄėBig Weekend‚Äô festival and record numbers pouring into the city all weekend.

More than 10,000 people took part in the mile long parade with the sun shining, happy crowds watching it lined the main streets of the city centre;

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Community News

RSPCA officers to join Cymru Pride march for first time

Besi Besemar August 21, 2018

RSPCA inspectorate officers will join Cardiff’s annual Pride parade for the first time, as the charity prepares for its ‘biggest, best and most brilliant’¬†presence at the festival.

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