Sevilla, movie set
20/03/2019 0 Comments
For cinema lovers, we want to propose a thematic cinema trip to Seville, a city that has served as the backdrop for major productions such as Star Wars, eight Basque surnames, Lawrence of Arabia, Carmen or Game of Thrones. In addition, we remind moviegoers that November is the European Film Festival in Seville, a chance to discover new talents of the old continent at a good price and enjoy this time when the city is filled with professionals and amateurs the seventh Art. Sevilla filming of the movie Eight Last Vascos This film was filmed almost entire in Basque Country, but there are some scenes filmed in Seville. The last one of the film, the scene that the main caracters were in front on Triana while the group Los del Río was singing a song, was filed in Paseo Colón, near the river and next to the Gold Tower. You can visit this place whenever you want because its a public place, and you can take a rest near the river and in front of Triana neighborhood in the same place that this scene was filmed. Sevilla filming the movie Star Wars, Episode II, Attack of the Clones Spain Square, in the park of Maria Luisa, was one of the location of Star Wars Episode II in 2002, an enclave of singular beauty that has also hosted the filming of movies like Lawrance of Arabia in 1962 or The Dictator 2011. George Lucas turned the monumental Plaza of Spain in the city of Theed, capital of Naboo. There was filmed for example the scene where Princess Amidala walked preoccupied with her love Anakin Skywalker. Go to the Plaza of Spain is almost an obligatory visit, it is free and lies within the Parque de Maria Luisa and near the giant wheel, which make it ideal for inclusion in a tourist route. Sevilla filming the movie Star Wars Shooting the film Carmen in Seville Seville was one of the sites chosen by the film director Vicente Aranda for the shooting of his film "Carmen" in 2002. One of the main locations of this film Seville was the actual building of the Rector of the University of Seville, which was the former Royal Tobacco Factory, the perfect place given that the main character of the film, Carmen, was a cigarette. The Rector is accessed via Calle San Fernando, is just a few minutes walk from the Cathedral and the entrance is free because nowadays the place is the home to the University (although there are some areas restricted to staff who You can not access). The visit to the rector is highly recommended, because the building of the century is a representative building of industrial architecture of the Old Regime rated as a Cultural Interest. Sevilla filming of the movie Lawrence of Arabia The filming of Lawrence of Arabia was a revolution in the city, there were many areas that became the desert scenery of this film that winned seven Oscars, including best picture, director, photography and music. The main venue chosen by David Lean was the Parque Maria Luisa, particularly in the so-called Plaza de America, in the area that is in front of the main facade of the Archaeological Museum. But not only was filmed there, there are also recorded scenes in the Real Alcázar and Plaza of Spain, as we say easy places to visit for being among the most visited places in Seville. Sevilla, movie set Filming in Seville of Game of Thrones Game of Thrones is a serie and the HBO chose the Real Alcázar as one of the main filming sites in the Andalusian capital, with its beautiful gardens, magnificent surroundings in which we have already spoken several times. You can visit the Alcázar in many ways, the admission is free on Monday afternoon and visits are made to the Alcazar and its gardens even at night, a visit that becomes magic in the moonlight.