Deganwy Castle: Siege, Bloodshed & Destruction
This film briefly covers over 2000 years of history at the site of Deganwy Castle, North Wales, and was produced by Myrddin Phillips, a newly graduated Welsh film producer. It was created as part of an community open day event to celebrate the work that Cadw have now completed, in conserving, interpreting and making accessible this important Welsh Castle for the enjoyment and appreciation of future generations. The hugely successful event, packed full of heritage based activities focused around the rich and tantalising history of this incredible monument, took place on the 23rd July 2011 and was organised by Cadw as part of the CBA British Festival of Archaeology.

Macbeth Film and Supporting Education pack
The film Macbeth, by Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru is now available to education establishments and Welsh learners. The Welsh language adaptation by the late Gwyn Thomas was staged at Caerphilly Castle during February of this year, and broadcast live to venues across Wales on the 14th of February.
To find out more, and to view the film, please visit the Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru website.

See also Cipio’r Castell: Brwydr Slam project at Caerphilly Castle