2021 Call for UNESCO Creative Cities now open!

Natalie MooreŁódź, Bitola, Bradford, Bristol, Busan, Collaborative, Galway, Mumbai, Network, Potsdam, Qingdao, Rome, Sarajevo, Sofia, Sydney, Terrassa, Valladolid, Yamagata

Created in 2004, the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) fosters international cooperation within and across cities of the world that have invested in culture and creativity as an accelerator of various aspects of sustainable development. Together with its 246 member cities from over 80 Member States, the UCCN aims to fulfil the power of culture and creativity in building cities … Read More


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On the 22nd and 23rd of this month, a new educational film festival has been released in the city of Terrassa: the Sex Education Film Festival. This international short film festival is dedicated to the fundamental role of sex education in the training of people. With the participation of filmmakers from the sector and from thirty different countries, it seeks … Read More

UNESCO Film Cities Film Education and Media Literacy Forum 2020

Natalie MooreŁódź, Bradford, Bristol, Busan, Collaborative, Network, Terrassa

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On Thursday 26 November 2020, UNESCO Cities of Film from around the world came together to deliver an online forum to discuss film education and media literacy. The event was an opportunity to share knowledge and good practice and help each other to use the power of the moving image as a key tool to inspire and empower young minds. Presentations … Read More

The contest ‘One Shot Terrassa City of Film’ an international success

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The first edition of the ‘One Shot Terrassa City of Film’ was held in the city of Terrassa as part of the celebration of the ‘Week of Cinema’ and the sequence shot was the main protagonist of it all. Despite being the first time, this event has achieved great international success: 1,700 tapes were received from 102 different countries. This … Read More

“Preventive Creativity”: 1st virtual meeting of artists and creators of the UNESCO Creative Cities in Spain

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Under the title “Preventive Creativity”, the nine Spanish UNESCO Creative Cities gave voice to their artists, creators and intellectuals in a virtual meeting from Terrassa, the host of the event as part of the ‘3rd Film Week’. Important guests: Sixteen prominent professionals linked to different cities attended the roundtable’s streaming. The artists Conrad Roset and Anna Taratiel were the cultural … Read More

Terrassa Film Tour

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Terrassa Film Office offers a unique visit to the most important movie locations in the city, a different way of seeing some of very special or even common places to let the imagination run free.