A DELEGATION of six members of the Municipal Bureau of Film, TV, Radio and Publication from China who were in Bradford on a fact-finding mission, said they were impressed by the city and how busy the National Media Museum was.

The group, from Qingdao, were here to seek advice on how to apply to become a Unesco City of Film next year. They had been to other areas in Europe and Bradford and London were their last stops before heading home.

David Wilson, director of the Bradford Unesco City of Film, said: “They wanted to learn from Bradford’s example and were delighted with the city. They loved the mirror pool and were thrilled to see their city highlighted on our big screen.

“We spoke about a collaboration in the future between film production and university students. The loved the National Media Museum and as it was half term if was filled with children all doing various activities.

“For many it was their first time in the UK and they were thrilled to get to meet Lord Mayor of Bradford.”