Snowdonia - The Castle and the Countryside
(Alternative title: Caernarvon)

NB. Not to be confused with TIDA's earlier 1939/1940 production - Around Snowdonia.

'A picture of some of the loveliest scenery in Wales; the view from the summit of Snowdon, historic Conway Castle, the Swallow Falls. Shots of Caernarvon Castle include the King's Gate, the ruined banqueting hall and the Eagle Tower, where the Welsh flag and the Union Jack fly side by side.'[1]

28 minutes. 35mm: 2500ft. 16mm:820ft

Inspiration Pictures

Earlier working title: Caernarvon. Listed under this title in the 1942-3 edition of Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue as 'IN PRODUCTION'. Next appears in the 1946 edition under the title 'Snowdonia'.

Snowdonia (Great Britain)
Distributors: M.G.M
Producers: British Council
1466ft / 16 mins
Format: Technicolor
UK Rights: Not stated

Travel film of North Wales in Technicolor.[2]
  1. ^ Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1946
  2. ^ Monthly Film Bulletin of the BFI
    Index to Vol. 14 NOS. 157-168 1947. New Short Films issued between June 30th and July 31st (1947), p.g 86