|Too old to dream by Jim Ennis|
|First presented in 1998 by Earthfall|
" Violence, tenderness, passion and humour collide in this super, charged performance"
earthfall won a BAFTA Cymru Award 1998 for Best Short Film for cinema for Too Old To Dream. The company worked with a cast of six people over the age of 75 to retell the childhood story of Lynne Begley, one of the cast, whose brother died whilst playing in an open cast coal mine in 1926. The scenography was witten by Jim Ennis and directed by Paul Ilswyn Thomas. The film has been shown at several film festivals throughout Europe and was broadcast on BBC2 TV in 2000
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