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Video Nation

Your views and experiences on camera and online.

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  • Video cameraMaking Films

    Gareth Taylor
    Gareth's early adventures in film-making.
  • Pietro SidoliHeart in two places

    Pietro Sidoli
    Pietro, the last Italian man to sell ice cream from a horse and cart in Wales.
  • Patrik SimkoCrossing Borders

    Patrik Simko
    Patrik is here to improve his English, but how long will he stay?
  • Liliana NunesLisbon to Llanelli

    Liliana Nunes
    Sometimes rural life in Wales is anything but idyllic.
  • Lila HainesMy Migration

    Lila Haines
    Irish born Lila married a Welshman who lured her to Swansea.
  • Karel LekArt of the matter

    Karel Lek
    Karel has lost his roots in Belgium and can't make any here.
  • Farinda PatelHome

    Farida Patel
    Originally from India, Farida considers herself to be truly Welsh.
  • The Blair-Jones familyThe Magic Of Christmas

    The Blair Jones Family
    The Blair-Jones family discuss Christmas.
  • Felix HalesWinter Wonderland

    Felix Hales
    Felix explains what he loves about winter.
  • HomeworkA Class Apart

    Debbie and Alix Wiseman
    Full time Mum Debbie teaches her daughter Alix at home.
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What is Video Nation?

We answer all your Video Nation questions. 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.

Who edits the tapes?
We do, but Video Nation hands over control to you. If you are unhappy about a finished video, then it just doesn't get shown. That way you are free to shoot first, decide later.

I've never used a camcorder - does that matter?
No - and you don't have to be technically minded either. A local production team will provide all the training and advice you need to film successfully.

What will happen to my recordings?
Your tape may be edited into a short video and shown on your local website, and may in turn be featured on this website, but only once you've agreed to the final version. If you change your mind about a video later on, we'll take it down as soon as possible.

We use streaming technology, which means the videos can't be downloaded or kept by users. Videos are also sometimes shown on TV, but we'll ask you beforehand and understand if you don't want it to be shown.

What's in it for me?
It's an opportunity to share your views and experiences with others, to talk directly to both local and national audiences and to add your videos to the growing online archive of everyday life.

So how do I take part?
Get in touch! - send us your details and we'll contact you ...

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