Video Nation Wales
Your views and experiences on camera and online.
Video Nation is an online archive of short films about everyday life from across Wales. From Super-dads in the Rhondda to a day with the Lifeguards of Rest Bay - browse through a selection of films made by you in Wales.
Peggy compares facilities for the disabled in Cardiff to those back home in Ghana.
A moving film about World War One by children who remember their relatives.
The story of young Billy, a teenager conscripted in 1916 to go and fight in the war.
Recovering addicts in Colwyn Bay talk about how joining the local football team helped them kick their habits.
A short film about a small but challenging personal ambition that becomes an ever-widening metaphor for hope.
Gwyn is a 13-year-old boy who feels too cool to be going out for a daytrip with his grandad.
Pamela Anderson made it look so easy! But in the often freezing water of the South Wales coast, it's not always quite so glamorous.
Karel has lost his roots in Belgium and can't make any here.
The villagers of Newborough are faced with essential restoration work. Restoriation Village Supporters' film
Two teenagers from Tairgwaith talk about the work of their local youth group.
Find out more about Video Nation Wales and how you can take part.
What's the point of Video Nation?
It's simple - to enable you to produce a short video for the web. Video Nation reflects everyday life across the UK in all its rich diversity.
So how do I take part?
Get in touch! - visit this page, send us your details and we'll get in touch.