On September 28, the different entities involved in the creation of the IMMATERIALS film contest, met to finalize details of the event presentation. This initiative is a joint project between Terrassa, UNESCO Creative City Ciutat of Cinema 2017, and Sant Julià de Lòria, which has submitted candidature in the category of Crafts and Folk Art in 2021.

IMMATERIALS was born with the aim of promoting documentaries and audio-visuals disseminating the intangible heritage linked to the cities that form part of the UNESCO Network of Creative Cities. The festival is one of the points included in the candidacy plan of our city.
The meeting was attended by:
  • Jordi Hernández; UNESCO- Terrassa Focal Point City of Film and Coordinator of the International Network of Creative Cinema Cities and Technical and Exploitation Director, Audio-visual Park of Catalonia, Terrassa
  • Pietat Hernández; Director of audiovisual projects, Area of ​​Economic Promotion and Projection of the City, Terrassa City Council
  • Jordi Roigé; director of the Cinema i Castells festival and co-editor of the magazine Castells
  • Miquel Segura, president of the Igualada Association for UNESCO
  • M. Teresa Rodrigo, head of documentary writing at the Comú de Sant Julià de Lòria
  • Anna Mangot, consultant in cultural projects of the Municipality of Sant Julià de Lòria
As part of the Cinema i Castells, festival held in the city of Terrassa from 12 to 14 November, IMMATERIALS will be presented. The first edition takes place in November 2022, in an event organized jointly between Terrassa and Sant Julià de Lòria, aimed at cities that are part of the Network of Creative Cities of UNESCO that have, themselves or their country, audio-visuals on intangible heritage.