Bafta Cymru: Sweet Sixteen up for best short film

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Familiar faces from Welsh television and film gather in Cardiff on Sunday evening to celebrate the 21st Bafta Cymru awards.

But the night also recognises new talent. It's My Shout Productions make short films using trainee actors, writers, directors and crews.

Its film Sweet Sixteen is up for the best short film, and tells the tale of Charlie, a young girl from Cardiff who is ticking off all things she can do at that milestone age.

It's My Shout managing director Roger Burnell, Sweet Sixteen star Emily Burnett, and production manager Kylie Cornelius spoke to Peter Johnson on BBC Radio Wales.

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