Film London launches online movie map

Film London, the body responsible for promoting the capital as a film-making centre, is launching an online Movie Map as the first initiative under its Love From London brand.

Regent’s Park boating lake
Regent’s Park boating lake

The interactive map aims to promote London as “one of the most cinematic cities in the world” and encourage tourists and Londoners to make film-inspired trips around the city.

It highlights movie locations that have featured in more than 100 British, Bollywood and Hollywood films shot in the city.

The map includes detailed descriptions of the films and scenes shot. Locations include Regent’s Park boating lake as seen in David Lean’s Brief Encounters, the Millennium Bridge as featured in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Jason Bourne’s pursuit at Waterloo Station in the Bourne Ultimatum.

The Movie Map is the first project from the newly launched Love from London brand, Film London’s banner for its film-based tourism initiatives.

New film locations will be added to the map anew films are shot in the City.

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