This research project focuses on film tourism: the phenomenon of people visiting locations from popular films or TV series. Recent years have seen explosive growth in this type of tourism, with far-reaching implications for the experience and organization of landscapes. The aim of this project is to discover why and under what circumstances films or TV series give rise to new tourism flows, and which variations can be found based on the specific characteristics of the films/series, local film or tourism policies and the tourists involved.


Film and Tourism in Jamaica: Locations, Destinations and Homelands

Priceless experience: Enchantment and commoditisation in K-drama tourism

“This Is England”? Contestations over space identities in film tourism in the UK

Experiencing Cinematic Itineraries: Sights, Sounds and Sites of Popular Hindi Cinema

Film Tourism in Brazil: Learning from Local Perspectives