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On 20 October, Rome, Creative City of Film, organizes an International Conference on Cine-Creative Communities, to be held at the National Museum Palazzo Massimo, to further explore the potential of UNESCO Creative Cities of Film and Creative Cities 3.0 for sustainable urban development.
Galway, UNESCO City of Film, is commemorating the Irish 1916 Rising with a programme of seminal Irish Cinema and landmark television events to take place over eight Saturdays throughout 2016. This programme, called “100 Years of Cinema”, will take the form of one-day events, roughly one Saturday per month, to include screenings, debate and lively discussion of the development of Galway's national identity and national cinema over the past one hundred years.
Under the Galway UNESCO City of Film, Galway Film Centre, in association with the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices (CÚRAM), have just launched a partnership project called ‘Science on Screen’ funded through Science Foundation Ireland’s Discover Programme, which aims to facilitate, promote and increase the inclusion of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) content in Irish film and TV production.
As a UNESCO Creative City of Film, Bradford (UK) plays an important role from the beginning of its designation developing a large range of activities intended to implement the UNESCO Creative Cities Network Mission Statement both at the local and international levels. The Film Critic Master Class is organized in this context by the University of Bradford in partnership with Bradford UNESCO City of Film and forms part of the 70th anniversary of UNESCO.
From 10 to 20 March 2016, the Sofia International Film Festival (Bulgaria) spreads its wings wide across the city to celebrate its 20th anniversary with international film makers and fans of big screen.
As a Creative City of Film, Sydney is launching two annual funding programmes for 2015.