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Bradford, a UNESCO Creative City of Film since 2009, launched Screen Talk, a series of discussions with a range of experts from film and TV talking industry. In 2019, as a part of the city’s 10th year of designation as a UNESCO Creative City, it conducted a series of talks that were filmed by students from the University of Bradford. The series covers a wide range of discussion and roles from people working in the film and TV industries and aims to inspire anyone who wants to work as part of the creative industry in the future.
Bristol and Bradford, UNESCO Creative Cities of Film, embark on a new partnership to launch “Film for Learning”, a 4 year school development initiative devised by UK film education charity Into Film and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. The programme aims at supporting teachers and senior school leaders to use film as a tool for learning, with the aim of improving young peoples’ attainment in literacy and participation. Bristol and Bradford are two of three UK cities selected to take part in the initiative; Belfast being the third.
Representatives from Bradford Council and University of Bradford and are in Qingdao, China this week seeking to building stronger relationships in film production, education and tourism. The Bradford team is part of a wider delegation from Leeds City Region aiming to accelerate investment relationships with the second largest economy in the world.
Broadcaster and campaigner Esther Rantzen will launch this year’s Golden Years Film Festival in Bradford, a UNESCO Creative City of Film. The six-day festival hosted by Bradford in partnership with Picturehouse at the National Science and Media Museum will run from Saturday 30 September.
Open to all members of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, the theme of the 2017 edition of Bradford’s Small World Film Festival is “My City”.    In this framework, the Creative City of Film calls for the UCCN members to submit a short film about their city, meeting the following instructions:   The short films should not exceed a maximum of 6-minute length; 
From 4-6th March 2015, the UNESCO Creative Cities are invited to Bradford, UK to celebrate and learn more about its UNESCO City of Film status at the Bradford International Film Summit 2015.