Animation is an interesting idea...but a cult following doesnt always guarantee that a movie will be easily available. For instance it is very difficult to get hold of a copy of the S4C animated movie of The Mabinogion ( Y Mabinogi/Otherworld 2003 ) despite the fact that there is a huge potential audience for it.
Perhaps with You Tube and social networking sites like Americymru the audience for such animation is much wider..perhaps someone needs to make their own homemovie..Lego Batman has had an incredible amount of views on You Tube. Its time for Owain Glyndwr to make an entrance!!
What about Russell Crowe? Wiki says that his paternal grandfather was from Wrexham and his father's name is Wemyss, which derives from old Celtic for caves called vumhs or wamh. The family name comes from the Celtic nobility.
Just digging up Braveheart again. Our Scottish cousins might not be pleased to know but Wallace, in fact, means Welsh or Wales. The name Wallace was the spoken Scottish form of Wales/Welsh coming from the Old French "Waleis" and Old English "Wealas". Furthermore, William Wallace was born in the Brythonic "Welsh" Scottish lowlands or Yr Hen Ogledd. The area included Cumbria up to Kingdom of Ystrad Clud (Strathclyde) , where the peoples of this area were known as the 'Walensis' right up to the 13th century. William Wallace's great grandfather was, in fact, Richard Walensis of Kilmarnock. The Walensis and "Wales Welsh" thought of themselves as one and the same people. So in the vernacular of the time, the English would have considered themselves to be fighting the great Scottish hero "William the Welsh" for the conquest of Scotland!