Y Gwyll: Tirweddau Ceredigion
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Exploring the terrain of rural Wales and its capacity for hidden stories, Y Gwyll: Tirweddau Ceredigion focuses on the essential relationship between the internationally acclaimed TV-drama Hinterland and its setting in Ceredigion, Wales. Essays from the series creators, scriptwriter Caryl Lewis and photographer David Wilson explore this relationship, along with a stunning new selection of landscape photography from around the county by David and photographs taken during production. Hinterland: Ceredigion Landscapes presents the narrative potential and stark, unspoilt beauty of Wales, showcasing the reasons its new prominence and popularity amongst international audiences and visitors. This Welsh language edition mirrors the bi-lingual nature of the show.
Ed Thomas is Creative Director and Executive Producer at Fiction Factory. He has written, directed or produced more than 150 hours of award-winning drama across all genres. He is also a playwright; his work has toured internationally and has been translated into more than 10 languages. They include House of America (1996), East From the Gantry (1993), Flowers of the Dead Red Sea (1991), Song from a Forgotten City (1995), Gas Station Angel (1998) and Stone City Blue (2004). David Wilson is a Welsh landscape photographer, renowned for his atmospheric black and white images. He was brought up in Haverfordwest and now lives near the river village of Llangwm with his wife and children. Graffeg has collaborated with David to produce the books Pembrokeshire and Wales: A Photographer’s Journey, showcasing the breathtaking landscape across Wales, as well as the stunning collection 50 Buildings That Built Wales.