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The UNESCO Creative Cities of Film launch a collective website

The UNESCO Creative Cities of Film launch a collective website

Wed, 07/15/2020

The 18 UNESCO Creative Cities of Film have launched a collective and dedicated website to connect with each other within the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. The platform will allow cities to share with each other their ongoing work as well as strengthen and enhance international collaboration within the Network.

The launch of the website provides cities of film, a platform to celebrate major initiatives and collaborations that highlight Creative Cities' valuable contribution to sustainable urban development in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The site contains profiles for each of the member cities, examples of key initiatives running in each location and news about collaborative successes and opportunities between member cities.

Bristol, a UNESCO Creative City of Film designated in 2017, led the design and development of this multilingual website with the support from fellow cities of film from around the world.

To explore the website:

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