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Bradford, UNESCO Creative City of Film hit international headlines this month for welcoming the Cast of the much anticipated Downton Abbey Film. Yet this is not the only film that Bradford has recently been involved in. Bradford has been carrying out exceptional work in UNESCO and SDG areas to support women and to create local
BRISTOL UNESCO CITY OF FILM The festival’s third edition celebrates Bristol’s new status as UNESCO City of Film with a focus on local connections - including a celebration of Bristol-born screenwriter, film director and playwright Mike Hodges with special screenings including iconic British classics Get Carter (1971), underrated caper Pulp (1972), and two of his
Cultural leaders from 28 countries will come to the UK in May 2019 for a global gathering of the UNESCO Cities of Literature.