The British Academy of Film and Television Arts – BAFTA – is proud of its expert membership of approximately 6,500 individuals in the UK and the US and of its vast collective experience across film, television and games. BAFTA identifies, rewards and celebrates excellence at its internationally-renowned, annual awards ceremonies whilst providing many opportunities for the public – as well as industry practitioners and emerging talent – to find information and inspiration through its year-round programme of events, initiatives and activities.
BAFTA Cymru is the Wales branch of BAFTA.
The Centre of Excellence in Mobile Applications and Services (CEMAS) support eligible businesses in Wales to reduce the initial risk associated with developing new mobile applications, games and services through a funded development programme
Games Wales North a social group aimed at anyone connected to the Games industry who works or lives in North Wales. We also welcome anyone who wants to join in from across the border, as long as you don’t mind the initiation rites.
Organisers of social meetups and lectures for video-games developers in South Wales. Everyone interested in the games development industry is welcome: AAA, indie, mobile, social, desktop or whatever. Students and hobbyists, too!
If you are a student or a graduate then the following statement may sound familiar to you; “Unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful. We felt other applicants had more relevant experience in the role you applied for and therefore on this occasion we will not be progressing with your application. We wish you luck in your future endeavours.”
Invision Game Community was created in January 2011 to be at the centre of trying to resolve this issue. We believe it is important to try and help provide students and graduates with opportunities to build up and improve their C.V. and we are committed to helping them by offering valuable work experience in I.T. and Journalism.