Our interactive films allow viewers to engage with what they are watching, accessing more information and planning and building itineraries from elements of the film that interest them.
Interactive films allow viewers to click on elements within the film itself and link out to external websites. This technology enables the viewer to engage with the film: they can select an experience shown in the footage, click on it to find out more, and ultimately book that experience.
We were commissioned by the National Coastal Tourism Academy to film, edit and make interactive a series of short films about England's East Coast for a pilot project funded by the Discover England Fund adminstered by Visit England.
The success of these pilot interactive films has led to NCTA commissioning Greentraveller to produce 7 further films about the Coast of England. Below are some examples of these interactive films that seek to convert lookers to bookers.
England's Coast: Yorkshire
From the city of Hull on the banks of the Humber River, to the tiny fishing villages of Staithes, Runswick Bay and Robin Hood’s Bay, the Yorkshire coastline is steeped in history and tradition.
England's Coast: East Coast
The stretch of coastline winding down through the counties of Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex is rich and varied, offering everything from world-renowned concert halls to wild nature reserves with an abundance of bird and animal life.
England's Coast: South Coast
The South Coast is home to some of the most iconic and much-loved sights of the British coastline: Durdle Door, the towering chalk formations of Old Harry Rocks and the sea stacks at Ladram Bay.