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Endaf Emlyn

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Endaf Emlyn

Endaf Emlyn (born 31 July 1944) is a Welsh musician, film and television director.[1]

Emlyn was born in Bangor, Wales. He began his television career as scriptwriter and presenter for HTV Wales, but had a simultaneous career as a musician. In 1983 he began to make his name as a director, with the documentary Shampw, which won the Spirit of the Festival award at the Celtic Film and Television Festival.


  • Hiraeth (1974)
  • Salem (1974)
  • Syrffio Mewn Cariad (1976)
  • Halen Y Ddaear (1977) (with the band Injaroc)
  • Dawnsionara (1981)
  • Dilyn Y Graen (2003) (compilation)
  • Deuwedd (2009)


  • Stormydd Awst (1988)
  • Un Nos Ola Leuad (1991)
  • Gadael Lenin (1992)
  • Mapiwr (1995)
  • Y Cloc
  • Gaucho


  • Dobson, Patricia: "Profile: Endaf Emlyn", Screen International Supplement, LFF, 8 November 1993, p. 5

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Endaf Emlyn with Injaroc
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