ZooMarine is one of our major locations in the film.
The Algarve Tourist board are supporting the project by helping with logistics, permitting and contacts.
The Algarve Film Commission have been our staunch supporters from the very beginning.
LeasePlan have provided a fleet of cars and vans that kept the production on the move.
Vila Vita Parc provided lodgings for our stars and is one of the main locations in the film.
Golden Eye provided us with a massive discount on camera and lens rental. Thanks for helping us shoot such glorious shots!
Luis Sa Couto of Subnauta was kind enough to lend us a camera that we used on various shooting days as the B cam and for re-shoot days.
Holiday Inn provided lodgings for out of town crew and cast.
Tivoli Hotel provided lodgings for our crew.
Colina Resorts provided lodgings for our crew.
The portaloo that graces the poster and that features in the film was given to us by Vendap.
Marité, the owner of La Dolce Vita, provided Sally’s fabulous wardrobe.
Lojas Antonio Manuel provided Andreus’ chic suits.
Quinta da Lua, owned by Godkin Holdings, was one of the main locations in the film.
Frutas Lurdes provided us with some of our most important props. Lots and lots of oranges!
One of the locations in the film is at the Clube Desportivo de Odiáxere.
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Victor Picardo provided high class hairstyling services.
A group of students from the Etic Algarve film and media school made behind the scenes and making of production films.
Kristjan, Dick and Chris learned a lot of their filmaking skills at The 48 Hour Film Project.
Julie Swift from Porches Pottery has supported the project from the very beginning. She came up with the title of the film! Porches pottery also produce beautiful hand-painted TRJ plates which are given out as thanks for donations.