Fiction Factory Films

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Fiction Factory Films Ltd
Privately held company
IndustryTelevision production
HeadquartersCardiff, Wales
Key people
Ed Thomas, Creative Director
Ffion Williams, Producer
Number of employees
4 (2016)
ParentTinopolis
Websitewww.FictionFactoryFilms.com

Fiction Factory Films, also known as Fiction Factory, is a television production company based in Cardiff.

Since 2005 it has produced over 140 hours of drama for BBC, ITV, Channel 5 and S4C, and has earned over 70 nominations and awards, from BAFTA[1] and Celtic Film Festival[2] to the Rose d’Or Prix Europa, with distribution to over 80 countries.

Productions[edit]

Title Television channel Broadcast Notes Awards
Satellite City BBC Wales 1996–1999 Preceded by a radio version.
A Mind to Kill S4C, HTV, Channel 5 1999 Took over the production of the third series.
Dal: Yma/Nawr S4C 2003 Starring Ioan Gruffudd, Rhys Ifans and Cerys Matthews Winner of 2004 Celtic Film Festival[2]
Caerdydd S4C 2006–2011 BAFTA Cymru 2011,[3] Best Writer, Best Costume
Y Pris S4C 2007–2009 2009 Celtic Film Festival, Winner, Best Drama Series
Pen Talar S4C 2010–2011
Gwaith/Cartref S4C 2011–present
Y Gwyll/Hinterland S4C, BBC Wales, BBC Four 2013–present

References[edit]

  1. ^ BAFTA (2012-09-12). "BAFTA in Wales Announce Nominations For Its Landmark 21st British Academy Cymru Awards". BAFTA. BAFTA Cymru. Retrieved January 30, 2014.
  2. ^ a b BBC NEWS (2004-04-04). "Top prize for Welsh film". BBC News. BBC News. Retrieved January 30, 2014.
  3. ^ BAFTA (2011-05-29). "British Academy Cymru Awards in 2011". BAFTA. BAFTA Cymru. Retrieved January 31, 2014.

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