Three years UNESCO City of Film Potsdam

Pots­dam cele­bra­tes its third anni­ver­sa­ry as a UNESCO City of Film this year. The Bran­den­burg capi­tal is the first UNESCO Crea­ti­ve City of Film in Ger­ma­ny. Nowhe­re else in Ger­ma­ny are so many natio­nal and inter­na­tio­nal films made.

To mark the occa­si­on, a trai­ler was released by Patrick Wal­lo­ch­ny from the com­pa­ny Ohne Falsch Film GbR – a gra­dua­te of the KON­RAD WOLF Film Uni­ver­si­ty. The gra­dua­te has rea­li­sed the trai­ler within the past year in clo­se coope­ra­ti­on with the office and the manage­ment team of the UCCoF. Fol­lo­wing the style of film trai­lers, the UCCoF trai­ler shows in just under two minu­tes in black and white images that film is part of Potsdam’s DNA. Among others, the Babels­berg Film Uni­ver­si­ty, the Pots­dam Film Muse­um, the Unesco World Heri­ta­ge Park Sans­sou­ci, the Ger­man Film Orches­tra Babels­berg, Stu­dio Babels­berg and the Volu­cap can be seen.

The Media­Tech Hub Pots­dam extends its war­mest con­gra­tu­la­ti­ons on this anniversary!

The trai­ler for the anniversary:


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About the UNESCO Crea­ti­ve Cities Net­work (UCCN)

The UNESCO Crea­ti­ve Cities Net­work (UCCN) was estab­lished in 2004 to pro­mo­te coope­ra­ti­on with and bet­ween cities that have iden­ti­fied crea­ti­vi­ty as a stra­te­gic fac­tor for sus­tainable urban deve­lo­p­ment. Near­ly 300 cities around the world that curr­ent­ly belong to this net­work are working towards a com­mon goal: to put crea­ti­vi­ty and cul­tu­ral indus­tries at the heart of their deve­lo­p­ment plans at the local level and to actively coope­ra­te at the inter­na­tio­nal level.

More infor­ma­ti­on is available here.

More about the Cities of Film.

Hea­der © Trai­ler Unesco Crea­ti­ve City of Film