Patagonian Bones (gyda sgwrs gyda’r cyfarwyddwr drwy Skype ar 7fed Mehefin | with director Q&A via Skype on 7th June)
(Ricardo Preve, DU/Yr Ariannin 2015, 60mun, rhai isdeitlau | some subtitles)
150 years ago, the first Welsh settlers arrived in Patagonia and many of their descendants still live in a small community in the south of Argentina. This documentary follows a group of archaeologists who believe they may have excavated bones belonging to the first Welsh woman to die there, in 1865. This documentary explores how a set of human remains may close the circle on a fascinating story.
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This month, we’re delighted to have the chance to showcase Wales with three different films: Last Summer, the documentary Patagonian Bones (with director Q&A via Skype) and Wild Honey Pie (with director Q&A in person). Tickets for all three (at any time combination) are only £10 if purchased together. Please call the box office on 01970 623232 to take advantage of this offer.