Dal: Yma/Nawr

Dal: Yma/Nawr
Directed by Marc Evans
Produced by Maurice Hunter
Fizzy Oppe
Ed Thomas
Ynyr Williams
Starring John Cale
Ioan Gruffudd
Daniel Evans
Rhys Ifans
Matthew Rhys
Siân Phillips
Iola Gregory
Music by Bedwyr Humphreys
Owen Powell
Cinematography Jimmy Dibling
Edited by Mike Hopkins
Fiction Factory
Distributed by S4C
Release dates
  • November 2003 (2003-11)
Running time
74 minutes
Country Wales
Language Welsh

Dal: Yma/Nawr (English: Still: Here/Now) is a 2003 Welsh documentary film directed by Marc Evans starring John Cale, Ioan Gruffudd and Rhys Ifans.[1][2]


The documentary focuses on the poetic soul of Wales. It explores poetic responses, historical and contemporary, to the issues of social and cultural survival and it celebrates the 2,000-year odyssey through Europe's oldest surviving bardic tradition.[3]



  1. "John Cale on screen". werksman.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 14 August 2014.
  2. "Film brings out poetry of Welsh". BBC News. Retrieved 14 August 2014.
  3. "Dal: Yma/Nawr (Still: Here/Now)". British Council Film. Retrieved 14 August 2014.

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