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One Day International Conference: Film, Television, Tourism and Regeneration, Leeds, UK, 15.11.2007 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Joachim Willms [Managing Director]   


The Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change (CTCC)

is pleased to announce the following forthcoming conference:

 

Film, Television, Tourism and Regeneration

A One Day International Conference

15th November 2007Leeds, UK


There are close and increasingly recognised relationships between the film and television industries, tourism development and regeneration programmes across the UK and internationally. The connections between the ‘real’ and imagined places shown on screen with tourism promotion, the development of tourism products and packages and tourist demand are becoming widely recognised by destination marketing agencies and private sector tourism organisations. However, the relationships between film, television and tourism are not fully understood and film tourism has often developed in an ad-hoc, unplanned and opportunistic way.

As core components of the ‘creative industries’, film, television and digital sectors also play a key role in regeneration programmes in cities and regions across the UK and internationally. Many of these regeneration initiatives connect with tourism through the visitor economy.

The tourism and regeneration sectors and the film and television industries and associated agencies have differing objectives but share common ground in their use of film and TV locations and the generation and distribution of moving images. The connections between these sectors are often subtle, informal and indirect and are not always recognised and planned by film makers, tourism agencies and operators and regeneration professionals.  

Conference Speakers
The conference will feature keynote presentations from leading experts and professionals in the film, TV, tourism and regeneration sectors. There will also be opportunities for networking, discussion and questions.

Confirmed speakers and their topics include:

Debbie Williams, Chief Executive, EM-Media on the recently published UK Film Council research on the economic, social and cultural contributions of the UK Film Industry

Michelangelo Messina, Director, Ischia Film Location Festival, Italy on European experiences and practices connecting film and TV with tourism and regeneration

Chris Fell, Director, Leeds International Film Festival on film festivals as catalysts for tourism and city re-imaging

Kaye Elliott, Production Liaison Manager, Screen Yorkshire on working with local authorities, local communities and production companies

Ian Wild, Chief Executive, Cultural Industries Quarter Agency and Showroom Cinema, Sheffield on regeneration through the screen industries

Martin Evans, Screentourism.com on how all destinations, attractions and events, whether in the UK or overseas, can take advantage of screen tourism

Nigel Rice; Senior Programmes Development Officer, City of Bradford MDC on the background and objectives for the Bradford City of Film UNESCO World Heritage initiative

Tony Reeves, author of ‘The Worldwide Guide to Movie Locations’ on the process involved in producing location guides, with international examples of good and less good practice.

Other invited speakers include representatives from the British Film Institute, Visit
Britain and Indian International Film Academy.


For further details on this conference please contact Dr Philip Long

Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Leeds Metropolitan University,

Old School Board, Calverley Street, Leeds LS1 3ED, UK.

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

T. +44(0)113 283 8545.

F. +44(0)113 283 8544.

Web: www.tourism-culture.com

 

 
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