Welcome to Clwstwr Clwstwr aims to put innovation at the core of media production in South Wales - moving Cardiff’s thriving screen sector from strength to leadership. Introducing the 2021 Clwstwr seed cohort Clwstwr announces latest cohort of innovators to benefit from research and development support Green Manager job opportunity Green Manager vacancy to deliver Green Cymru programme between Ffilm Cymru Wales and Clwstwr. Film Hub Wales: Building the case for branding Welsh film Hana Lewis, strategic manager of Film Hub Wales, shares her Clwstwr story. NDCWales: Using augmented reality in dance to enhance audiences’ and performers’ experiences Paul Kaynes, chief executive of National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales), shares his Clwstwr story. Perspective: Hannah Vaughan Jones, one half of Lewnah Ltd, talks Kids News Screen Work 2020 Future skills and innovation for the Screen Sector in the Cardiff Capital Region Rescape: Giving birth to new healthcare opportunities for virtual reality Kevin Moss, product development director of Rescape, shares his Clwstwr story. Monnow Media: Reimagining news journalism Shirish Kulkarni, director of Monnow Media, shares his Clwstwr story. Cloth Cat Animation: Using game engines to cut rendering times Jon Rennie, managing director of Cloth Cat Animation, shares his Clwstwr story. Perspective: What is The Democracy Box? Freelance Consultant, Theatre Director, Producer and political and arts activist Yvonne Murphy shares more about her Clwstwr R&D project The Democracy Box. 33 new innovations funded in 2020 Clwstwr cohort Creative industries in South Wales benefit from £900,000 to test new ideas. Nimble Productions: Laying the line markings for women’s football content hub Dylan Wyn Davies, creative director of Nimble Productions, shares his Clwstwr story. Perspective: Research, development and the news Journalist Shirish Kulkarni shares his learnings from his Clwstwr R&D project, News Storytelling through Modular Journalism.