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Screen tourism, the attraction of the screens

Captura de pantalla 2012-10-03 a la(s) 18.37.18EuroScreen’s mission is to take advantage of the screen industry as a proven catalyst for tourism development. This relates to tourism encouraged – either directly or indirectly – by a destination or attraction being viewed on screen, including film, TV, video and the internet. The project will see new collaborations between partner agencies and local SMEs to capitalize on the economic potential available when film commissions effectively work with the tourism sector.

EuroScreen will also publish policy material and a baseline study as well as organize a series of events to exchange best practice and share existing knowledge and successes. EuroScreen disseminated the results of the partnership work in the Euroscreen Conference held in Malaga (September, 2013) and at a final conference in London (UK) in 2014.

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EuroScreen’s mission is to take advantage of the screen industry as a proven catalyst for tourism development. This relates to tourism encouraged – either directly or indirectly – by a destination or attraction being viewed on screen, including film, TV, video and the internet. The project will see new collaborations between partner agencies and local SMEs to capitalize on the economic potential available when film commissions effectively work with the tourism sector.

EuroScreen will also publish policy material and a baseline study as well as organise a series of events to exchange best practice and share existing knowledge and successes. EuroScreen will disseminate results of the partnership work at a conference in Malaga (Spain) in 2013 and at a final conference in London (UK) in 2014.