Brian and Charles [DVD]
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Lowri has been busy over recent months, as is also set to feature in a film which is coming out on March 10, when 'Y Sŵn' will start being shown in cinemas. She said: "It's a kind of celebration of the 40 year anniversary of S4C which is really exciting and it had a great team of people working on it."
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I think it's about finding equity in roles rather than preaching equality. It's about the crossover of the whole industry rather than pigeonholing people. For instance, making it possible for disabled people to apply for able-bodied roles." Love film and TV? Join BBC Culture Film and TV Club on Facebook, a community for cinephiles all over the world.
But after discovering the joys of working together rather than alone, the twins could be ones to watch in 2023. This has marked an important moment for them, as they have both experienced different barriers having grown up with the same heart condition, as well as being neuro-divergent. Their idea was chosen to be part of their Sky comedy shorts for which they are still in the scriptwriting phase. As well as this, the twins have also just been commissioned by BBC Radio Wales to write their own radio pilot.
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Brian is a quietly courageous man who stands up to bullies and thieves. His positive outlook on life is infectious. As he says, when one door closes, another always opens. He's also a very understated genius, capable of building anything but not concerned about showing it off to the world. Definitely. When we were writing, my boy was about 15, so I was going through all that. Struggling with the pain of letting go and that push-pull relationship. So I took quite a lot of scenes from our life. In fact my boy came to the premiere and said: “Oh my God, that’s you and me.” I was like: “Hell, yeah. I vented in this film, don’t worry about that.” No, it was a really sweet moment.There’s a sweet romance between Brian and an equally shy local woman, played by Louise Brealey . Are you a soppy romantic at heart? Do you know what, it did! I’m pinching myself. It’s been a strange journey. When we made the short film version in 2017, I remember saying: “Well, that’ll get 200 views on YouTube.” But it got a really nice response and Film4 asked us to develop it into a feature. Your film Brian and Charles won the a udience award at last month’s Sundance festival in London. Was that a proud moment?
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What's On Welsh identical twins breaking into the film industry with roles in a BAFTA-nominated indie film I had a couple, as it goes. It’s not something I’ve spoken about before. They were funny little characters. I remember going out to my nan’s garden and having a chat with them. When we were initially writing the film, we didn’t quite know what Charles would be. Is he an alien who’s crash-landed from a planet full of Charleses? Do we reveal at the end that it’s just Brian dragging around a washing machine and it’s all been in his mind? But that would be annoying and the audience would feel cheated.Language includes the British slang "bloody." Characters insult others by calling them "fat" and a "prat."