CELTIC MEDIA FESTIVAL
7 - 9 SEPTEMBER
An emotional personal journey looking at the lasting impact of the 1989 Hillsborough Disaster - a tragedy which killed 96 football supporters, injured hundreds and affected thousands of survivors from Liverpool and beyond. Dylan Llewelyn north Wales witnessed the horrors of Hillsborough, and like many fans, remains guilty about surviving. His painful journey sees him meet families who lost young loved ones, fellow Welsh fans like Alun Wyn Pritchard who came close to dying on the Leppings Lane terraces that afternoon, as well as ex-players like Ian Rush, and Professor Phil Scraton who has played a key role in the long fight for truth and justice.