Barcelona a movie city
Barcelona is one of the cities where most shootings are enhanced throughout the year, both advertising campaigns for large Hollywood productions. Although not to having the prominence of New York or Paris, every corner of the city have been filmed and offer a ideal place as a location for several internationally renowned films. We help you to prepare a movie tour along Barcelona.
“Perfume: The Story of a Murderer” was one of the productions that used the streets of Barcelona and as well as the city of Vic, to shoot some of the scenes.
The famous film director Woody Allen chose to shoot the film “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” where you can see some of the most famous images of the city, such as La Rambla and the spectacular Casa Fuster’s Viennese Cafe (hotel where Woody Allen is housed each time you visit the city to play the clarinet with his band) and Park Güell and La Pedrera.
In the latter two named works, the architect Antoni Gaudi worked with Josep Maria Jujol i Gibert. Modernist architect and painter who can highlight the Planells House. What may not be as well known admiration actor John Malkovich has to this architect originally from Tarragona.
Star Wars and Darth Vader are present in Barcelona’s skyline
Ken Loach also rolled through the streets of Barcelona to film the historical film “Land and Freedom”, where the events that occurred during the Spanish Civil War and the role unfortunately often forgotten, of the International Brigades are explained.
Finally, we can see one of the realities that in recent years has increased exponentially. Life and relationships of a group of Erasmus students that during one season come to study and have fun at Barcelona, in the film “L’Auberge Espagnole” Cédric Kaplisch.