Emyr ap Richard

Born in Carmarthenshire, Wales, in 1981. He worked for the Welshlanguage television station S4C before moving to live in Inner Mongolia, where he worked as a freelance photographer, writer, and English-Mongolian translator. After THE FIRST AGGREGATE (2012), which he co-directed with Darhard Erdenibulag, K is Emyr ap Richard’s second feature-length film.

Poster for the movie "K"


A mongolian interpretation of Kafka’s “The Castle”. A stranger claiming to be a land surveyor arrives at a remote frontier village governed by a nearby castle, and fights to gain the acceptance of the villagers