This is a list of films and movies that are either about OpenStreetMap or use OpenStreetMap and give credit.
Films about OSM
Films that use OSM
While there may certainly be many films that unintentionally use OpenStreetMap as a prop element, or intentionally but neglected to provide credit, some films have intentionally used OSM-derived maps or OSM data in production and provided attribution in the film's end credits.
|Year||Film||Credits OSM?||Use of OSM||Remarks|
|2015||Eye in the Sky||
Yes. End credits state "OpenStreetMap - “© OpenStreetMap Contributors”"
|Unconfirmed. Possibly used as rendered intelligence maps of Nairobi, Kenya by UK intelligence agents in the film.||The film also credits a CC-BY-NC-SA project named nairobiGISmaps.|
Yes. End credits state "© OpenStreetMap contributors"
OSM is used in a scene (at around 26 min. playtime) where WHO agents pursuing Robert Langdon geolocates the IP address of a computer he used in Florence (Firenze), Italy.
|Street and address mentioned are fictional.|
Yes. End credits state "Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors www.openstreetmap.org"
|Unconfirmed. Possibly used as a basemap of Boston.|
|2017||Blade Runner 2049||
Yes. End credits state “© OPEN STREET MAP CONTRIBUTORS”
|Unconfirmed. Possibly used as basemap of Las Vegas and Los Angeles.|
|2018||Den skyldige||No. Does not appear in end credits||
Used in the interface of the alarm dispatchers to locate callers. Featured throughout the movie.
|Seems to use the default rendering style.|
|2018||Mission: Impossible – Fallout||No. Does not appear in end credits||
Printed map for planning a heist of a person. Location shown is in the centre of Paris.
|2020||All the Bright Places||No||
Used in the end credits (this is the same place shown on osm.org)
|2020||Worth||No||Printed map on a law firm's cork board. Humanitarian OSM rendering style. Location shown: Lower Manhattan, New York|