Pembrokeshire’s panoramic views, dramatic coastline and unspoilt sandy beaches have been captured on the silver screen throughout the last five decades.
Some of these films are as varied as they are internationally renowned. From Vanity Fair (Tenby Beach) to Round Ireland with a Fridge (Manorbier) and of course, Robin Hood and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One (Freshwater West), Pembrokeshire’s Coast has gone through many guises.
Pembrokeshire’s landscape has been graced by actors such as Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Emma Watson, Gregory Peck, Anthony Hopkins, Peter O’Toole, Richard Burton, Kirsten Stewart…the list goes on!
Check out the list of films below, set at least partly in Pembrokeshire:
- Moby Dick (1956) – Goodwick and Fishguard
- Fury at Smugglers’ Bay (1961) – Abereiddi
- The Lion in Winter (1968) – Pembroke Castle and Marloes
- Under Milk Wood (1972) – Lower Town Fishguard
- Jabberwocky (1977) – Pembroke Castle
- The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (BBC adaptation) (1988) – Manorbier Castle
- Vanity Fair (BBC drama) (1998) – Tenby
- I Capture the Castle (2003) – Manorbier
- I’ll Sleep when I’m Dead (2003) – Fishguard and the Preseli Hills
- Round Ireland with a Fridge (2010) – Manorbier and the Preseli Hills
- The Edge of Love (2008) – Tenby
- Robin Hood (2010) – Freshwater West
- Third Star (2010) – Barafundle Bay
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (part one and part two) (2010/2011) – Freshwater West
- Richard II (BBC adaptation) (2011) – Marloes, Carew Castle and Whitesands
- Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) – Marloes
- Under Milk Wood/Dan y Wenallt (2014) – Solva
- Their Finest (2017) – Freshwater West, Cresswell Quay and Porthgain