QuoVadis Live! allows anyone to map events and tours. The resulting maps include nearby hotels and Panoramio photos.
As well as mapping music and sports events and tours QuoVadis can also be used to show the locations used in feature films. The Filming Locations category allows users to map movie locations, attaching any relevant clips from YouTube.
This example is a map showing the locations of John Borman's 1981 movie Excalibur.
Filmaps is a new film locations website that also uses Google Maps to show the locations of movies. Filmaps want to help movie fans find the locations in their favourite movies.
It is possible to search Filmaps for a particular film or it is possible to search a location to see which film was made there. For example, a search for the Eiffel Tower reveals that four films in the Filmaps database have used the famous landmark as a location.
Each film has its own Google Map. When you are browsing a film's locations it is very easy to add another location if you know of one that hasn't already been added. To do so you just press the 'add a location button' and complete a very short form.
Meipi have a Cinemadrid map that includes a number of locations from films shot in the Spanish capital. There are a lot of locations from Almodóvar's films on this map. Clicking on a film will load a YouTube clip of the relevant scene.
Brian Lane's MovieLandmarks.com is a "location-based movie landmark search engine". Location and media data are added by users and the resulting data is then mashed up for all to explore! For an example check out this Blues Brothers landmark.
New York in the Movies
A New York movie map, described as "..Your guide to filming locations in one of the greatest cities in the world. Featuring locations for 132 scenes from 72 different movies and television shows, and growing."
For more TV & Movie maps search under media in the Google Maps Mania Directory.