Death

Short films and videos made by people in Wales that touch on the sensitive subject of death.

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A moving film about WWI

My River

By: Llandogo Primary School, November 2008

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.

Rappel

By: Jamie Winchester, Gareth Leaman, November 2008

The story of young Billy, a teenager conscripted in 1916 to go and fight in the war.

Nia's Mum, Grandad and Aunt

Dead End Photos

By: Nia Evans, 2008

"I'm back to square one now, back to a pile of dead-end photos." Nia wants to learn more about her family.

David

David

By: Gavin Kinnaird, Autumn 2007

I remember his laugh of excitement whenever we would go to the house.

Children

Pinky, Baby and Me

By: Anita Badhan, December 2005

"We never really talked about it openly, it was what was unspoken." Anita lost her three-year-old sister 'baby' in a tragic accident in the family home.

Sky

Digging Deep

By: Giles Cooper, March 2004

"Many of the things we do in life seem pointless - a waste of time and effort." Giles pays his last respects to a dear mother.

Emma and Tubby

Gentle Giant

By: Emma Lewis, October 2006

"Tubby was 6'2", 18 stone and had the biggest, roundest belly that I'd ever seen." Emma pays tribute to a special grandfather whom she believed was indestructible.

Chris

A Boy I Once Knew

By: Debbie Turnbull, May 2007

"I counted every rainbow that came at a time when I needed him close."

Young girl with cat

Epilogue

By: Dan Jones, November 2004

"I know now that it wasn't anybody's fault." In writing a letter to his late mother, Dan shares the everyday struggles and personal dreams of his childhood.

Young male suicides in South Wales Valleys

My Thursday Blues

By: Susan Evans , September 2007

Susan's son, Alan, took his own life. In 2006 over 40 young males committed suicide in Merthyr, Bridgend and Rhondda Cynon.


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