Sex, Wales and Anarchy Four (SWA4) has been postponed until early 2012.
Blue Gillespie, the prog metal band who organise the cross-arts festival, are currently working on their new studio album which is due for release later this year.
Gareth David-Lloyd, lead singer of Blue Gillespie said: “We would love to have Sex, Wales and Anarchy in its regular late-summer spot, but if we tried to split our focus between SWA4 and our new album one of them would suffer and we want both to do the best that possibly can for both the fans and the festival goers.”
Just a brief note to say thank you so much to everyone, both artists and punters alike who came along to make Sex Wales and Anarchy 3 the best yet!
Sadly however we didn’t cover our costs this year so we are doing a bit of fundraising on ebay. Come and have a look to see if there is anything you fancy!!
Thank you for your support!!
SWA Film Track
2:30 – Film Room Opens
Svengali Ep1 – God Love a Tryer (Philip John)
Foot Fetish (Tess McIntyre & Emma Chamberlin)
Girl Number 9 Episode 2 (James Moran)
Bad Company Teaser (Jason King)
SWA3 Spoken Word Lounge
2.30 – Extracts from Marat/Sade by Peter Williams and Gareth David-Lloyd
2.45 – Mab Jones
3.05 – Sion Thomas Owen
3.25 – Susie Wild
3.45 – Peter Williams
4.05 – Jack Pascoe
4.25 – Nick Fisk
4.45 – Sue Hamblen
SWA3 Main Stage
2.15 Introduction to SWA3 by Gareth David-Lloyd
2.30 Maddie Jones
3.00 Sunrise Sunset
3.30 Making a film on your own terms – Q&A with James Moran and Gareth David-Lloyd.
4.00 Short story completion winner – Read by Gareth David Lloyd
New guest announcement: James Moran will be taking part in a panel on Girl Number 9. A chance to get an insight into the making of an independent web series.
James Moran is a British screenwriter for television and film, whose first produced work came as a result of a UK Sci-Fi Channel short film competition, when he had his winning script ‘Cheap Rate Gravity’ made into a short film. His first feature-length screenplay was ‘Severance’, a horror movie starring Laura Harris, Danny Dyer, Toby Stephens, Claudie Blakley, Andy Nyman and Babou Ceesay.