WHO ARE THE FILM TOURISTS?   Daniela Kirchner and Harvey Edgington
“It always seems to be thatthe star of the film is London.”       (Richard Curtis)
About Film London
London is the third busiest centre for Film Production in the world.
Martin ScorceseChristopher Nolan Clint Eastwood   Tim Burton  Woody Allen
• 13,000 Shooting Days• 175 Features in 2009• £752 Million
Film London• Inward Investment and Business Development• Talent Development and Production• Film Culture and Promotion
FILM TOURISM            The StatisticsFrom The Economic Impact of the UKFilm Industry, Oxford Economics, June             ...
• Total tourism spending by 30m overseas visitors to  the UK amounted to £16.4 billion in 2009.• It is estimated that arou...
Visit Britain
London
Notting HillThe Blue Door
Movie Maps
Know Your Lines Campaigns     And online web stories
Love from London    Google Map
Love from London CampaignIn partnership with Getty Images Gallery
Love from London   The Exhibition
The ‘body’ of British film director Alfred Hitchcock floating dead inthe River Thames. The dummy body was being filmed for...
Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993) leaning on an ornate urn in KewGardens with the Palmhouse behind her. Hepburn had just movedto ...
Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) sits next to Laurence Olivier (1907-1989) at apress conference at The Savoy Hotel. Monroe is in...
Underground Film Map In association with London Film Festival, LondonUnderground Film office and Transport for London
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
Filmturisme 2010 - Gjestens perspektiv, Film London, England
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  1. 1. WHO ARE THE FILM TOURISTS? Daniela Kirchner and Harvey Edgington
  2. 2. “It always seems to be thatthe star of the film is London.” (Richard Curtis)
  3. 3. About Film London
  4. 4. London is the third busiest centre for Film Production in the world.
  5. 5. Martin ScorceseChristopher Nolan Clint Eastwood Tim Burton Woody Allen
  6. 6. • 13,000 Shooting Days• 175 Features in 2009• £752 Million
  7. 7. Film London• Inward Investment and Business Development• Talent Development and Production• Film Culture and Promotion
  8. 8. FILM TOURISM The StatisticsFrom The Economic Impact of the UKFilm Industry, Oxford Economics, June 2010.
  9. 9. • Total tourism spending by 30m overseas visitors to the UK amounted to £16.4 billion in 2009.• It is estimated that around one tenth of UK tourism may be attributable to the impact of UK film.• In 2009, this additional spending is estimated to be worth £950m to UK GDP and £210m to the Exchequer.
  10. 10. Visit Britain
  11. 11. London
  12. 12. Notting HillThe Blue Door
  13. 13. Movie Maps
  14. 14. Know Your Lines Campaigns And online web stories
  15. 15. Love from London Google Map
  16. 16. Love from London CampaignIn partnership with Getty Images Gallery
  17. 17. Love from London The Exhibition
  18. 18. The ‘body’ of British film director Alfred Hitchcock floating dead inthe River Thames. The dummy body was being filmed for a scenein the movie Frenzy. “I dare say you are wondering why I amfloating around London like this” Hitch says in the trailer forFrenzy, “I am on the famous Thames River investigating a murder.Rivers can be very sinister places…”
  19. 19. Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993) leaning on an ornate urn in KewGardens with the Palmhouse behind her. Hepburn had just movedto London after the war and revue producer Cecil Landau hadrecognised her potential; “Gods gift to publicity men is a heart-shattering young woman”, said Picturegoer, “with a style of herown . . .” Hepburn was loaned out to Ealing Studios before hercareer went stratospheric.
  20. 20. Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) sits next to Laurence Olivier (1907-1989) at apress conference at The Savoy Hotel. Monroe is in London to film The Princeand the Showgirl. Stars loved The Savoy, with many of the greats gracing itshallowed halls including Fred Astaire, who danced on the hotel’s roof, andOlivier who started one of the most famous romances in history when he wasfirst introduced to Vivian Leigh in the hotel’s front hall. The Savoy has just re-opened after an extensive refurbishment.
  21. 21. Underground Film Map In association with London Film Festival, LondonUnderground Film office and Transport for London

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