Las Ciudades Creativas de la Unesco en España celebran su tercer encuentro

Guillaume RousseauValladolid

The eight Spanish towns that are part of the Unesco Network of Creative Cities will hold their third meeting from the 18th of November to 20th in Bilbao as part of the Bilbao’s Design Week. During two days of work, the creative cities will emphasize the search for opportunities for collaboration and promotion of their creative fabrics.

Valladolid bets on this occasion for the video game sector. The city council participates as a sponsoring entity in the development of The Occultist, a video game created by the Valladolid studio Pentakill Studios and selected to represent Spain in the latest EuroPlay Video Game Contest.

Precisely, the director of this study, David Lorenzo, will participate in a meeting with the video game sector this Friday, November 19, and in which will be also be present the director of Kaiju Entertainment and co-organizer of the Ultralan Game Festival (which host Valladolid in December) and the technical coordinator of the Ciudad de Cine de Valladolid, Guillaume Rousseau.