Whether it’s a school holiday staple or a rainy Saturday afternoon treat, a trip to the cinema with your family can be a wonderful experience, transporting you all to a new magical world and keeping your little ones entertained for a few hours. To help you get the most out of your cinema trips, Ffilm Cymru would like to hear more about what you look for when making those all-important film choices - what to see, where to go, and who is in charge of the popcorn!

Over the next few years, Ffilm Cymru will be developing a series of family films made by Welsh filmmakers under their new Hatch programme. Help us on our mission to shape the future of independent family film by answering a few short questions about your usual trip to the cinema and how we can make it even more memorable.

* 1. How often do you go to the cinema with your family?

* 2. Can you name some memorable films that you have seen at the cinema with your family during the last three years?

* 3. How do you decide as a family which films to see? (please tick all that apply)

* 4. Which cinema do you visit the most? (Please tell us the name of the cinema and location if possible)

* 5. What do you think of the choice of family films on offer at your local cinema? What would you like to see?

* 6. Would you like to go to the cinema as a family more often? Can you tell us a little more about why you don’t visit more often and how we could help you do this?

* 7. Are your children part of a film club?

A few questions about your family...

* 8. What is your postcode?

* 9. Number of children/dependents:

* 10. How old are your children? (please tick all that apply)

About Ffilm Cymru Wales
Ffilm Cymru is the development agency for film in and of Wales. We support film development, film production, film education, film exhibition, film business development and filmmaker career progression more broadly; we offer training for those aspiring to be in or already in the film sector and advocate for Welsh filmmakers and film policy which works for the people of Wales.  To find out more about our work and future opportunities please sign up to our mailing list here.

Data Protection
The information you provide is anonymous and will only be used for compliance with The Equality Act of 2010, in the furtherance of our EDI Action Plan (see here), and to report to our stakeholders where this is a contractual requirement.

This anonymised information may be held on a computer for two years and may be used for statistical purposes in an anonymous format thereafter. The information may be shared in anonymous format with our stakeholders and partners. All information will be treated in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2003 and associated legal provisions concerning data protection. You have a right to ask for a copy of the information held by Ffilm Cymru in its records. You also have the right to require Ffilm Cymru to correct any inaccuracies in your information.

* 11. Please check to confirm you have read and understood the above:

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