Posts Tagged ‘Case studies’

Screen Tourism – Four New Case Studies Available

/ February 1st, 2016 / Comments Off on Screen Tourism – Four New Case Studies Available

Four case studies about screen tourism can be downloaded. The publications are covering good practice examples in capitalising on screen tourism opportunities: Walking on Sunshine: A Case Study on Apulia’s Screen Tourism Strategy. Written by Nicola Curzio Bollywood in Europe: A Case Study. Written by

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“Film Induced Tourism: Television Series” a dissertation paper by Jorden Hellemans (2013-2014)

/ August 28th, 2014 / No Comments »

  Content: This dissertation scrutinizes popular TV series as case studies to proof the power of the small screen to attract tourism to those destinations depicted on television.   Read full paper here.    

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Spain’s Starring Role in Bollywood Movie a Boon to Tourism

/ August 28th, 2014 / No Comments »

Introduction: A recent phenomenon shows an increase interest of visitors from India in European countries that have been portrayed in their beloved Bollywood films. “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” (2011) is one of the most successful Bollywood films in India and a perfect example of film-induced tourism. This film features some popular

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“The impact of Broadchurch on tourism businesses in West Dorset” a report from January 2014 by Dr. Joanne Connell

/ July 16th, 2014 / No Comments »

  Content:  This study reports on the extent to which the British TV series Broadchurch impacted on tourism-related businesses in West Bay, Bridport (UK) and the surrounding area.   Read full study here  

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“Med fantasin som vapen, slaget om turisterna” PPT presentation by Anja Praesto (2011)

/ April 22nd, 2014 / No Comments »

Content: Cultural Heritage and Economic Development in collaboration. Development based on fantasy knight Arn (Only available in Swedish)   Click here to see the presentation.  

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National Trust and Filming (2012) PPT Presentation by Harvey Edgington

/ April 22nd, 2014 / No Comments »

Content: This presentation introduces the National Trust and describes how the use of some of their buildings and open spaces for film production has attracted many tourists.   Click here to download the presentation.  

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“Film tourism and destination marketing: The case of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin” (2006a) by Simon Hudson and J R Brent Ritchie

/ December 5th, 2013 / No Comments »

Content: The article tries to understand film tourism and uses the case study of “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin,” to determine to effects.   Availability: Journal of Vacation Marketing, 12(3), 256-268.   Click here to read the article.

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“Exploring the role of film in promoting domestic tourism: A case study of Al Fayoum, Egypt” by Dalia Soliman Mohammad (2011)

/ December 4th, 2013 / No Comments »

Content:  A study created to understand how a location’s image is affected by film, especially in Al Fayoum, Egypt.   Availability: Journal of Vacation Marketing, 17(3), 225-235.   The case study is available here.  

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“The use of film in re-imaging a tourism destination: a case study of Yorkshire, UK” by Noelle O’Connor, Sheila Flanagan, and David Gilbert (2010)

/ December 4th, 2013 / No Comments »

Content: A study finding a connection between film-induced tourism and how it affects a destination’s image.   Availability: Journal of Vacation Marketing, 16(1), 61-74.   The case study is available here.

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“The Twilight Saga and the Quileute Indian Tribe: Opportunity or Cultural Exploitation?” by Barbara Leigh Smith (2010)

/ December 4th, 2013 / No Comments »

Content: A study that questions the impact of popular culture on a community, specifically the Native American Indian tribe called Quiteute.   Availability: The Evergreen State College.   The study is available here.    

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