Fans of the TV series Breaking Bad may have begun finding new programmes to obsess over after its final episode, but its legacy lives on in Albuquerque. Rather than giving the US city a bad reputation for drug-dealing, it appears set to draw in new swathes of British tourists.
Government agency Film London has suggested that TV shows airing during the holiday season, including Sherlock and Downton Abbey, could bolster so-called film tourism to the British capital and its economy.
Last week we launched our new Skift Trends report, “The Rise of Destination Marketing Through Movies and TV“, which defines the increasing trend of using movies and TV in tourism branding and marketing, and puts them in context.
Scotland is anticipating a film tourism boost as the launch date approaches for TV miniseries Outlander. Based on novels by Diana Gabaldon, the show filmed on location near Glasgow and tells a time-travelling story that flits between World War II and the mid-18th Century.
A big part of any film’s budget concerns the set — finding and renting a location, altering its look, and sometimes building the whole thing from scratch. Usually the crew strikes everything after filming wraps...
This year’s list of travel-inspiring films was challenging but after some deliberation, we have decided the following five films best capture the locations where they were filmed and make us want to go there, too!
An extensive film tourism campaign is promoting the New Zealand filming locations used in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. The movie is the second in Peter Jackson’s epic fantasy trilogy following hobbit Bilbo Baggins and a band of dwarves as they encounters the dragon Smaug.
Launched yesterday afternoon (NZST) in Hollywood at none other than the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the world’s largest pop-up book 'The Book of New Zealand' will play host to international media, stars and fans alike as they await the next film in The Hobbit trilogy.
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