Posts Tagged ‘Screen tourism strategy’

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

Read More »

Ystad – a place where the fiction becomes your dream reality

/ March 31st, 2014 / No Comments »

Ystad is a small and picturesque city situated on the south coast of Scania (Skåne), in the southern part of Sweden. Western and eastern parts of the city are surrounded by beautiful, wide beaches of the Baltic Sea. Good ship, train and bus connections and

Read More »

Marketing Malta to Scandinavian tourists through “Malta – All Inclusive”

/ December 16th, 2013 / No Comments »

by Jean Pierre Borg 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

Read More »

The Eurostar “Maybe” Campaign

/ December 11th, 2013 / No Comments »

– finding and creating your own stories through screen tourism Starting on October 20th, Eurostar launched the “Maybe” advertising campaign. The campaign is clear film tourism advertisement. It is made up of two video ads, one for a trip to London, directed towards French and

Read More »

EuroScreen partner Ystad launches promotion film

/ November 27th, 2013 / No Comments »

EuroScreen partner Ystad, Sweden, launches a promotion film, aiming to share knowledge and inspiration about the movie town Ystad. Take a look!  

Read More »

Northern Ireland hits the big screen with tourism opportunities

/ September 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

The Northern Ireland Tourist Board together with Northern Ireland Screen and Titanic Belfast, have announced that the HBO Game of Thrones Exhibition will visit Northern Ireland from June 8 – 17. Read more

Read More »

Film locations try to capitalize as tourism destinations

/ September 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

The plots have shifted to bleak and gory thrillers from angsty, hyper-sexual teenage dramas. Settings are post-apocalyptic industrial sites rather than sunset-lit marsh grass. And the fictional societies are more dystopian and divided than earnest and hopeful. Read more

Read More »

Attitudes of Europeans towards Tourism

/ September 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

This Flash Euro barometer, “Attitudes of Europeans towards Tourism” (No 370), was conducted at the request of the Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry in the 27 EU Member States and in seven additional countries: Croatia, Turkey, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Iceland, the

Read More »

TV exposure could lead to tourist invasion

/ August 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

Shetland could be poised to enjoy a bumper tourism season thanks to continuing massive exposure on television and on the internet. The isles were thrust into the limelight this week when the two-part televised adaptation of Ann Cleeves’ crime novel Red Bones was shown on

Read More »

Foreign filmmakers get single-window shooting clearance, Indian directors upset

/ August 13th, 2013 / No Comments »

The ministry of Information and Broadcasting has decided to make India a more filming-friendly country for foreigners, but desi filmmakers say the government should think about them before thinking about international filmmakers. Read more

Read More »
Page 1 of 212»