Film must first be recognized as an industry before it is considered as a cultural object. Critically examine the meaning and implication of this statement with particular reference to Wales

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The issue of where monetary funding comes from for Welsh film will also be discussed. Welsh films will be looked at in terms of the historical implications in relation to main stream and well known Welsh film's that have contributed to enforcing stereotypes and misrepresentations of Wales and its people in an industrial framework...
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Concerns such as accurate images of Wales and issues of representation in terms of the lack of Welsh language in films will also be discussed. Comparisons with the Scottish film industry will be made with Wales, as Scotland can be seen as a model for the Welsh film industry, and the problems that have arisen in the Scottish film industry will be discussed in relation to the development of a Welsh film industry and the introduction of National Assembly for Wales and Sgrin...
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