Natalie Moore

Bristol UNESCO City of Film

Natalie is a sector champion for film, TV and moving image in Bristol. Since coordinating Bristol’s successful bid to become UNESCO City of Film in 2017, she has led the roll out of Bristol’s ambitious work programme which aims to use the designation to enable sustainable growth of the city’s film and TV sector. Working with local, national and international partners, Natalie leads the development of new projects to boost skills development, audience engagement, and environmental action, collaborating with other UNESCO Creative Cities on internationally-facing projects and contributing her specialist sector insights to inform local cultural policy.

Natalie has over 20 years’ experience working to support the growth of Bristol’s film and TV sector. For many years, Natalie managed and led the development of Bristol Film Office, Bristol City Council’s facilitation service for filming on location in the city, overseeing and assisting major filming, attracting numerous feature films and TV drama series to film in Bristol, and generating up to £20million per year towards Bristol’s economy. Prior to this she supported coordination of film festivals in the city. Her work is fully aligned to wider local government activity focused on maximising the potential of the creative industries for sustainable urban development.

Fully committed to helping Bristol realise and showcase the full potential of its film and moving image industry, Natalie has represented Bristol City Council as a speaker and sector champion at cultural events around the world.

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