Cai Morgan – Bakarr
Film & TV Graduate
SHOWS 2020

BA (Hons)
Film & TV

I’ve just finished my third year of studying BA (Hons) Film and TV at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. When I started this course I didn’t really know what role I wanted to take in the industry, I was equally interested in many of the different factors and elements of film and TV. But over the course of the three years, I have become more and more interested in the role of director, so much in fact that I had chosen directing as my specialism for my Graduate Project. 

Looking back over my work from the last three years, I can see how my skills as a director have developed and improved. Specifically in the last few projects I directed, ‘Spirit Chasers’, ‘Sing’, ‘The Glynn Vivian Victorian Horror Project’ and ‘Stab in the Dark’. Working on these projects has helped me develop my directorial skills, even helping in a more collaborative role in the projects ‘Sam & Sion’, ‘Help – Line’ and ‘A Daughters Love’ have allowed me to improve as a director. 

I believe that the key to being a good director is to have a good understanding of the other roles in filmmaking. Although I have enjoyed working in these other roles, I feel as though directing is my strong suit and I hope to move forward working in this role in the future. 

Acne Wonder Boy test interview
written and directed by Cai Morgan-Bakarr
Sing – Documentary
Get a behind the scenes look on how Valley Rock Voices prepare for their forthcoming concert at the Brangwyn Hall. Director/Producer/ DOP/Sound Mixer/Editor – Sam Bevan Sound Recordists – Cai Morgan-Bakarr, Dylan Gibson Camera – Estee Elroa, Sam Bevan Behind The Scene Photographer – Cai Morgan-Bakarr

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