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How can the film-induced tourism phenomenon be sustainably managed?

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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to revisit the question: “How can the film-induced tourism phenomenon be sustainably managed?” and review the implications arising. Design/methodology/approach – The paper draws on each of the articles in the theme issue to examine the individual and collective insights. Findings – It can be argued that an action plan for maximizing the film-induced tourism benefits at the related destinations can be realized by building on the recommendations ontained in this theme issue. Practical implications – The paper explores the scope and potential for developing the film-induced tourism sector. Originality/value – This paper identifies successful case examples and action lines for future development, including continued dialogue between academics and practitioners involved in the film and tourism industries. Keywords Film, Tourism development, Sustainable development Paper type General review

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  1. FILM TOURISM AND ITS IMPACT ON TOURISM DESTINATION IMAGE

    tourist destinations motivated by film tourism in 2012 reached 40 million tourists, w hile the number. in 2018 reached 80 million tourists ( TCI Research,2018). The main reason for this increase ...

  2. Film tourism

    Film tourism can take a number of different forms and activities as identified and discussed by a number of authors (e.g. Beeton, 2005; Busby & Klug, 2001; Croy & Heitmann, 2011 ), and outlined in Fig. 2, and within the following typology: •. Visits to locations portrayed within a specific film/television production.

  3. Film-Induced Tourism: The Imaginary of the Place and the Place of the

    Film induced tourism or film tourism is a result of destination image formation and development through film industry with collaboration of other destination image stakeholders (policy makers, private and public investors, scholars and etc.). This postmodern tourism phenomenon links film driven emotions to the filming locations and at the same ...

  4. (PDF) The Advance of Film Tourism

    Thesis. Full-text available. Mar 2023; Ali Iskender; ... The first article on film tourism pub lished in WoS was in 2005, and the most articles were published in 2021 (n=17). Upon examining the ...

  5. Administrative Sciences

    Destination image is a key element in the success of tourism destination, influencing tourists' decisions, trip quality, perceived value, satisfaction, and behavioural intentions (Chen and Tsai 2007; Chi and Qu 2008; Li et al. 2023).This image can be shaped by audio-visual products such as films and series, giving rise to the phenomenon of "film induced tourism" (Riley et al. 1998 ...

  6. (PDF) Promoting Destinations via Film Tourism: An Empirical

    Parte de este turismo cultural es turismo cinematográfico, también conocido como film-induced tourism o screen tourism, que es el turismo promovido o inducido por películas y series de ...

  7. Full article: The Advance of Film Tourism

    The emerging field of film tourism research invites multi-disciplinary post-modern study, which has moved from simply considering business and marketing aspects towards approaches incorporating multiple disciplinary perspectives. In her paper in this edition, Angelina Karpovich frames this by examining the range of terms used to describe the ...

  8. Who takes part in film tourism? The analysis of determinants of

    Film tourism is one of the fastest developing sub-segments of creative tourism in the 21st century. Many studies investigated tourists' motivation and behavior towards film tourism in the context of psychological and emotional motives and their involvement and experience. However, we still know very little about the structure of visitors of ...

  9. (PDF) Promoting destinations via film tourism: an empirical

    Film tourism offers destinations the opportunity to generate significant incremental revenue, tourist visits, and economic development. Based on a thorough literature review and an international survey of destinations worldwide, this article has provided valuable insight into this relatively new phenomenon. REFERENCES Arthur Frommer's Budget ...

  10. Film-induced tourism: The effect films have on destination image

    This thesis tries to fill some of those gaps and find connections between them in order to understand the occurring processes within film-­‐induced tourism better. Destination image, travel motivation, authenticity and travel behaviour in a film tourism context were examined areas. Empirical research found that there is a range of different ...

  11. (PDF) How can the film-induced tourism phenomenon be sustainably

    Macionis, N. (2007), "Film induced tourism: the role of film as a contributor to the motivation to travel to a destination", unpublished PhD thesis, Griffith University, Gold Coast. O'Connor, N., Flanagan, S. and Gilbert, D. (2010), A Film Marketing Action Plan for Film Induced Tourism Destinations: Using Yorkshire as a Case Study ...

  12. Film Tourism Planning and Development—Questioning the Role of

    Film Tourism. Film tourism and its related tourism concepts that include the effects of TV, films, movies and media culture has become more popular, and discussions surrounding this topic include research into economic impacts (Tooke and Baker, Citation 1996), marketing and product placement (Hudson and Ritchie, Citation 2006a, Citation 2006b), motivation of tourists (Busby and Klug, Citation ...

  13. PDF Master Thesis Film-induced tourism

    Having introduced film-induced tourism and the focus of this thesis, the next step is to present the method used. With a aim of this thesis to present a state-of-the-art, the method of literature review is chosen and discussed. The chapter about the theoretical background will focus on John Urry and his Tourism Gaze. Going through the research ...

  14. Tourist destinations displayed on film and television. Influence on

    and film tourism. As a consequence, the expected result of this study aims to allow destinations' managers to work closely with film tourism to reveal its importance to the world, notedly Portugal, with 63% of our sample stating a need or a desire to visit a film tourism destination. Content of the dissertation

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    In this thesis "film tourism" is used as a generic term which refers to the whole con-cept of film tourism, including both on-location and off-location film tourism. The term "film" refers to both films and TV-series as well as pre-recorded products and digital media. The term "film-induced tourism" on the other hand refers to on-

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    The problems that are researched in this thesis are; whether film tourism is a considerable tourism market and how films can be used to promote tourism. Third aspect that is opened for future research is the situation of film tourism in Finland today. The most suit-

  17. FILM TOURISM AND ITS IMPACT ON TOURISM DESTINATION IMAGE

    According to Riley et al. (1998) and Mordue (2001) that excessive marketing of film locations, and the intensification of marketing advertisements on a region's culture through screen and visuals, is a limited effect of film tourism. Nevertheless, the impact of film tourism on societies and people has received little attention.

  18. Film-Induced Tourism: The Role of Film as a Contributor to the

    Tourism and film are broadly recognised as linked through their power to create, alter and reinforce destination images (Beeton, 2005; Busby & Klug, 2001; Butler, 1990; Croy & Walker, 2004; Hudson & Ritchie, 2006; Olsberg, 2007; Riley & Van Doren, 1992; Tooke & Baker, 1996). Major motion picture films, in particular, provide the places, objects and subjects for the gaze of many people, and for ...

  19. Promoting South Africa as an international film tourism destination

    Film tourism combines knowledge from the tourism industry with that of the film industry in such a manner that it offers an attractive opportunity that can be included when marketing South Africa as a destination. ... Promoting South Africa as an international film tourism destination, MCom Dissertation, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, viewed ...

  20. Promoting South Africa as an international film tourism destination

    Dissertation (MCom)--University of Pretoria, 2014. tm2015. Tourism Management. MCom. ... Film tourism combines knowledge from the tourism industry with that of the film industry in such a manner that it offers an attractive opportunity that can be included when marketing South Africa as a destination. The purpose of the study is to explore the ...

  21. Planning for Film Tourism: Active Destination Image Management

    Film (and) Tourism in New Zealand: The Lord of the Rings The impact of The Lord of the Rings on New Zealand's international tourist numbers has received much attention. This impact is often overstated in all-encompassing phrases such as "Lord of the Rings sent a huge wave of British tourists scurrying to New Zealand" (Grihault, Citation 2003, p. 1), "tens of thousands of fans [were ...

  22. The Impact of the Film Industry on Tourism

    Abstract Topic: The Impact of the Film Industry on Tourism Name of Author: Andrea Zurdo Vara Course/Year: Bachelor of Business Administration in Tourism, Hotel Management and Operations, 2017 Pages: 76 Content: A new emerging trend within modern tourism has been dubbed as film- induced tourism.

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