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What We Do

Screen Tourism

London is the world’s most-visited city as measured by international arrivals. The most recent research shows that films depicting the UK are responsible for attracting one in 10 overseas tourists, generating approximately £2.1bn annually for the country’s economy.

Film London supports the capital's tourist industry by building maps of popular locations and through research into screen tourism — aimed at helping us better capitalise on this booming industry. 

Film location maps

From Skyfall to The Dark Knight and Love Actually, Film London’s online movie map showcases iconic London film locations and the city’s cinematic credentials.

Explore London through film

Researching screen tourism

Film London works with partners across Europe to deliver EuroScreen. Funded by the EU’s European Regional Development Fund through the INTERREG IVC programme, the project aims to maximise economic synergies between screen and tourism industries to improve innovation, competitiveness and growth in film tourism across eight regions in the EU.

After publishing a baseline study ‘The Attraction of Screen Destinations’ and a series of case studies in 2013, the project is commissioning research to measure the impact of screen tourism on city and regional brands.

Visit the Euroscreen website

Get in touch:
To find out more or keep up-to-date about the project, please drop us a line at euroscreen@filmlondon.org.uk

EuroScreen partners:


Apulia Film Commission (Italy), Bucharest - Ilfov Regional Development Agency (Romania),  Film London (UK); FTZ - Fondazzjoni Temi Zamit (Malta), RARR - Rzeszow Regional Development Agency (Poland), Municipality of Ystad and Lund University, Department of Service Management (Sweden), Maribor Development Agency (Slovenia) and Pro Malaga - Local Public Agency for Economic Development in Malaga (Spain). Film London will also be assisted by European financing and project experts Peacefulfish and Otravista.

This project is funded by the EU's European Regional Development fun through the INTERREG IVC programme.

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