Just for a moment, I’m going to assume that you’re not a weirdo, in which case if I were to ask you to name a country which you associate with the movies, it’s unlikely that your first choice would be Wales. Even if you’re Welsh.
Sadly, Welsh culture hasn’t traveled anywhere near as well as English, Scottish, and Irish culture. It’s rare to find a Welsh character in a Hollywood film, and practically unheard of to have a major movie which is actually set in Wales.
Carry on at Your Convenience, released in 1971, was the twenty-second film in the “Carry On” series of British comedy films. The main plot of the film concerns the goings on at a bathroom fittings factory. The factory’s pedantic union official insists on holding the management to the letter of the rules, regardless of the fact it could result in the company being sold and all the staff losing their jobs.
For some reason, about half way through the film, we follow the workers on a staff outing to Brighton. This has nothing to do with the main plot at all, and just seems to be an excuse to have some saucy seaside shenanigans.
Last weekend I attended the #filmdatahack event at the Abandon Normal Devices festival. AND describes itself as a “festival of new cinema, digital culture and art” and is based in the north west of England. It’s been running since 2009 and commissions or stages a large number of exhibitions and events relating to digital/cinema/arts.