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‘Game of Thrones’ boosts Northern Ireland’s economy

/ July 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

Lord of the Rings’ flooded New Zealand with tourists; Sicily was swamped after the success of ‘The Postman’; the platforms at Kings Cross station have been heaving ever since ‘Harry Potter’; and now ‘Game of Thrones’ has put Northern Ireland firmly on the map. Read

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Role of Film and Television Dramas in International Tourism: The Case of Japanese Tourists to the UK

/ June 28th, 2013 / No Comments »

Content: It is believed that films and television dramas that are not directly concerned with tourism promotion have become a catalyst for tourism as publicity and promotional media for attracting tourists. This paper considers what roles films and television dramas play in influencing overseas tourists’

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EUROPEAN UNION’S FOUNDS AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PROMOTE FILM TOURISM: THE POLISH CASE

/ June 28th, 2013 / No Comments »

The importance of tourism with regard to economical development has been repeatedly highlighted by the European Union. Within the framework of Polish structural funds, there is a possibility to support actions connected with the redevelopment and the creation of a new tourist infrastructure, as well

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Film & Film Tourism Consulting Services

/ June 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

Film tourism is a relatively new and fast growing concept globally. In essence, “Film Tourism” is the sum of the effect film and television productions have on travel choices tourists make based on the experience relating to a specific film they have seen.   Read

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Chinese Film Festival inagurated at New Delhi

/ June 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

Report by India Education bureau, New Delhi: The Minister for Information & Broadcasting Manish Tewari and Chinese Minister of State Administration for Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Televison Mr.Cai Fuchao today jointly inaugurated the six day Chinese Film Festival at Sirifort. Read more

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A Handbook on Film Tourism – Experience films in real life

/ May 29th, 2013 / No Comments »

The North Sea Screen Partners have published an exciting handbook on film tourism as part of their INTERREG IVB project partnership. The publication is a useful resource for different stakeholders who actively want to engage with film tourism. It includes practical information for: film and

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Ystad, Sweden | With a film friendly approach

/ May 24th, 2013 / No Comments »

EuroScreen partner Ystad, Sweden, (home of the character police inspector Kurt Wallander) is a small coastal town situated in the south of Sweden close to beautiful surroundings and natural scenery. The city of Ystad’s unique downtown area with its half-timbered houses and medieval centre and

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