Bill Nighy discusses new film Their Finest and why he loves filming in Wales

Bill Nighy attended the Welsh premiere of wartime comedy Their Finest - a wartime romantic comedy filmed in Wales.

The film follows the misadventures of a British film crew struggling to make a patriotic film to boost morale during the London Blitz in World War II.

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Alongside lead Gemma Arterton, the cast members include Sam Claflin as her fellow fellow screenwriter, with Nighy playing a fading matinee idol who reluctantly joins their production in a supporting role.

Richard E Grant, Rachael Stirling, Jeremy Irons and Helen McCrory round out the cast.

The film made extensive use of locations in Wales, including Swansea's Guildhall - which doubles as the Ministry of Information and Whitehall - alongside a number of locations in Pembrokeshire including Trecwn Valley, Freshwater West, Porthgain Harbour, Haverfordwest's Palace Cinema and the Cresselly Arms in Cresswell Quay.