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Gaming in London

/ March 25th, 2014 / No Comments »

Written by Kelly Cole London has graced video game realities for decades: from Werewolves of London in the late eighties to ZombiU, released last year. The city has been shaped and Frankensteined to fit each game, yet it always remains undeniably London. With the progression

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EuroScreen representation at EU XXL Forum in Vienna

/ March 10th, 2014 / No Comments »

EuroScreen partner Fondazzjoni Temi Zammit (FZT) was invited by EU XXL Film Forum to participate in their annual conference held in Vienna in February and to deliver a presentation on EuroScreen. EU XXL Film Forum was founded in 2003 as an initiative for the advancement

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“False Witness” – An international co-production set in Ystad, Sweden

/ March 5th, 2014 / No Comments »

  “False Witness” is an international co-production between Bulgaria, Macedonia, Netherlands and Sweden. Writer and Director is Iglika Triffonova. Production companies are KLAS film, Filmlance International AB, Phanta Vision and the film is partly funded by the regional film fund in Ystad.   The parts filmed

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And the Oscar goes to….

/ March 3rd, 2014 / No Comments »

By Tabasam Khan What do the Oscars make you think of? The glitz of all your favourite actors being in one place, the glamour of the red carpet or the satisfaction in knowing their films’ success is down to you? Well, here at EuroScreen, you’ll

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Call for proposal: Assessing the impact of screen productions on tourism and brand value

/ February 27th, 2014 / No Comments »

An exciting opportunity has just opened today in EuroScreen. Lead partner, Film London, published today a call for proposal on ‘Assessing the impact of screen productions on tourism and brand value’. EuroScreen is looking for interested organisation to deliver this piece of research for the

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Christmas Viewing Could Boost London’s Screen Tourism-new press release

/ January 6th, 2014 / No Comments »

EuroScreen case studies published – European Film Tourism Project Publishes Case Studies and Report Revealing Untapped Potential Film London, Lead Partner of EuroScreen, Indentifies Seasonal Specials such as Downton Abbey and Sherlock which could Deliver Significant Economic Benefit to the Capital

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Read our latest newsletter!

/ December 23rd, 2013 / No Comments »

Missed our latest newsletter? EuroScreen’s 3rd newsletter edition is packed with news from the EuroScreen regions, project activities and all you need to know about screen tourism in Europe. You can still read up about all the latest news here. Why not subscribe directly to

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“Lost in Thailand” may attract a record number of tourists this year

/ December 20th, 2013 / No Comments »

Lost in Thailand (2012), a low-budget Chinese comedy about the travels of two rival businessmen and a pancake-maker through Thailand, may help the Southeast Asian nation attract a record number of tourists this year. More than 30 million people have seen the film since its

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Malta – “Hollywood in the Mediterranean

/ December 20th, 2013 / No Comments »

Malta has for the past 89 years played host to countless productions. Film crews are a common sight around the Maltese Islands, where the wide variety of natural locations, historical settings or even the urban spaces often become a hive of film-related activity. Despite its

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The Puglia Region in Italy – “Best Trips for the next year” by National Geographic

/ December 20th, 2013 / No Comments »

The Puglia Region in Italy was set in the ranking of Best Trips for the next year, compiled by National Geographic. The success of the region is also demonstrated by the annual ranking of Lonely Planet, the oldest travel guide in the world, in which

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