Showing our Capital in a different light.

What makes Cardiff such a great place to live, work and visit? The “Cardiff Unscripted” project is designed to capture the essence of the City of Cardiff by engaging with people who live and work in the city with a succession of short films.

This project operates in the heart of the local communities and provides a unique insight into community engagement and how this can shape a city brand with authentic content.

From cool cafes to white water rafting – more of Cardiff’s hidden gems revealed in students’ mini-movie

This video takes a look at the numbers that make up our capital city.

Welsh harpist Catrin Finch lives in the capital, where she runs a recording studio and venue in a converted Welsh chapel.

Stylist Claire Rees helps one frequent Cardiff shopper pick out some of the best outfits the city has to offer.

Why world-conquering cyclist Manon loves heading home to the city

Cardiff Architect Ann-Marie Smale gives us a tour of some of the city’s best known buildings and the spaces between them.

‘It’s a world first’: Take a look inside Cardiff’s Life Sciences Hub

Two members of Cardiff based Admiral Group workplace choir talk about singing the national anthem pre-match at the Wales v Fiji game.

Why Cardiff is the perfect place for a career in science – and ice hockey!

From New York to Cardiff: The rise of writer and performer Rhian Edwards

Gareth Jones of ICE makes a presentation on just why he loves Wales’ capital city at the Ignite Cardiff networking event.

Dale Williams, Cardiff entrepreneur and Masterchef finalist talks about his new take-away food venture in conjunction with Larkin Cen. Made as part of the Cardiff Unscripted Project.

The Cardiff based stand up comedian gives us an impromptu, alphabetical tour of his adopted home town. Made as part of the Cardiff Unscripted project.

Vox pops with rugby fans before the Wales v Australia Autumn International match, 2014.


Cardiff Unscripted at Walesonline