Following in the footsteps of famous movies filmed in Andalusia, Spain

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From Game of Thrones to Indiana Jones and numerous spaghetti Westerns, you might be surprised how many movies and television series have been shot in Andalusia in Spain.

It’s a great place to start if you’re production company location scouting for your next Western fantasy movie. If you want to make a film in Andalusia, I recommend contacting the Andalusia Filmcommision, which can help you. On their website, you can also see all the amazing locations.

But also, if you’re a regular cinema lover on a cultural trip, you should check out this Spanish Hollywood.

For those who don’t know, Andalusia (Andalucia in Spanish) is the southernmost region in Spain and holds provinces such as Almeria, Malaga, Granada, and Seville.

My in-laws own a small house in a little village (Pueblo) in the Sierra Nevada National Park, so my family and I decided to rent another small house and visit them this summer.

Being a movie buff, I decided to do an article about some of the film locations in the region. And I convinced my family that it was a great idea – under the guise of sightseeing trips, not work, of course – *ahem*.

In this article, you can see photos and videos from the locations and read about what movies were shot there.

Here’s the first video:

So, let’s dive in.

La Calahorra Castle

La Calahorra Castle
La Calahorra Castle is seen from the side of the Sierra Nevada National Park.

La Calahorra Castle (Castillo de La Calahorra) is a beautiful castle sitting atop a hill in the small town of La Calahorra, in the province of Granada. 

When you drive on the freeway, it looks impressive as it rises majestically 1250 meters above sea level from the surrounding town against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

The castle was built between 1491 and 1512 on the ruins of a Moorish (Arab) fortress (the remains of the outer walls are from this fortress).

La Calahorra Castle and wall outside
Here I am, trying to conquer the massive walls.

It’s built as a medieval fortress, with four huge round towers, but the inside is Renaissance with an elegant courtyard and staircase of Italian marble.

La Calahorra Castle stair case
The beautiful Italian stairway of La Calahorra Castle.

This is probably because the owner (and womanizer) at the time, Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar y Mendoza (Marqués de Zenete), traveled to Italy after the death of his first wife, where he had an alleged love affair with Lucrezia Borgia.

In its basement, you can still see dark cells, which were used to transfer Moor prisoners, who were to be transferred to the Chancery of Granada.

La Calahorra Castle interior
The interior looks beautiful until you see all the pigeon poop.

La Calahorra Castle is a national monument, and until a few years ago, a family of caretakers still lived in it. It is under private ownership under the House of the Duke of the Infantado.

Still, unfortunately, the beautiful Renaissance interior is not being well-taken care of, with pigeon poop all over the place.

Movies and TV shows filmed at La Calahorra Castle

Here’s a list of movies filmed at La Calahorra Castle. As you can see, Spaghetti Westerns dominated the 1960s, with the comedic exploitation of the genre in the following decades.

The fantasy genre has moved in recently, with Assassin’s Creed (2016) and House of the Dragon (2022) – the Game of Thrones prequel spinoff – notable examples.

Movie TitleYearGenreDirectorStarring
Action of the Tiger1957Action, DramaTerence YoungVan Johnson
North West Frontier1959Adventure, DramaJ. Lee ThompsonKenneth More
For a Few Dollars More1965Spaghetti WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood
The Good The Bad And The Ugly1966Spaghetti WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood
Death Rides A Horse1967Spaghetti WesternGiulio PetroniLee Van Cleef
Once Upon A time In The West1968Spaghetti WesternSergio LeoneHenry Fonda, Charles Bronson
Kill The All and Come Back Alone1968Spaghetti WesternEnzo G. CastellariChuck Conners
A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof1968Comedy, WesternGiulio PetroniGiuliano Gemma
The Price of Power1969Spaghetti WesternTonino ValeriiGiuliano Gemma
Red Sun1971Spaghetti WesternTerence YoungCharles Bronson
Delusions of Grandeur1971ComedyGérard OuryLouis de Funès
Blindman1971Spaghetti WesternFerdinando BaldiTony Anthony, Ringo Starr, Lloyd Battista
Ben and Charlie (aka Amigo, Stay Away or Humpty Dumpty Gang)1972Spaghetti Western, ComedyMichele LupoGiuliano Gemma
My Name is Nobody1973Spaghetti Western, ComedyTonino ValeriiTerence Hill, Henry Fonda
Stardust1974Drama, MusicMichael AptedDavid Essex
The Man Called Noon1973Western, DramaPeter CollinsonRichard Crenna, Stephen Boyd, Rosanna Schiaffino
The Four Musketeers1974Action, Adventure, RomanceRichard LesterMichael York, Raquel Welch, Oliver Reed, Richard Chamberlain
Blood Money1974Spaghetti Western, Comedy, Martial ArtsAntonio MargheritiLee Van Cleef, Lieh Lo
The Wind and the Lion1975Action, Adventure, DramaJohn MiliusSean Connery
March or Die1977Adventure, Drama, RomanceDick RichardsGene Hackman, Terence Hill, Catherine Deneuve, Max von Sydow
Lace1984DramaWilliam HaleBess Armstrong, Brooke Adams, Arielle Dombasle, Phoebe Gates
Rustlers’ Rhapsody1985Western, ComedyHugh WilsonTom Berenger
The White Room1989DramaBill ButtBill Drummond, Jimi Cauty, David Franks
Tirante el Blanco2006Adventure, RomanceVicente ArandaCaspar Zafer, Esther Nubiola, Leonor Watling, Ingrid Rubio
Denn sie kennen kein Erbarmen – Der Italowestern2006Documentary (about Spaghetti Western Movies)Peter Dollinger, Hans-Jürgen PanitzFerdinando Baldi, Lars Bloch, Pierre Brice, Claudia Cardinale
Komodo B12N/AZombie Horror, Thriller, WesternJose Maria Castillo LobatoBeatriz Rico, Susana Reche, Paco Roma, Alba Ferrara
Desgraciado2015ShortJorge OnievaOlga Garrido, Olga Gayevska, Ramón Machado
Assassin’s Creed2016Fantasy, Action, AdventureJustin KurzelMichael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons
Emerald City2016-17Adventure, Drama, Fantasy television showTarsem SinghAdria Arjona, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ana Ularu, Gerran Howell
The Gate: Dawn of the Baha’i Faith2018DocumentaryBob HerculesAdam Mondschein
Inés del Alma Mía2020DramaAlejandro Bazzano,
Nicolás Acuña
Elena Rivera, Eduardo Noriega, Ismael Martínez, Nicolás Zárate
House of the Dragon | Episode: The Princess and the Queen2022Fantasy, Action, Adventure, DramaMiguel SapochnikRhys Ifans, Matt Smith, Graham McTavish

Here are some scenes shot in La Calahorra Castle from a couple of these movies:

Stardust (1974) – the retreat of Jim MacLaine:

House of the Dragon (2022) – the city of Pentos:

Assassin’s Creed (2016) – the introduction: 

La Calahorra Station and Flagstone

La Calahorra Train Station, Andalusia Spain
Here’s the backside of the La Calahorra Train Station.

La Calahorra Railway Station (Estación de la Calahorra) lies not far from La Calahorra Castle, just on the other side of the freeway.

It’s a small whistle-stop-like station and feels like you’re in the middle of nowhere. While it’s still in use with four tracks, the train rarely stops there. I think it’s only used for freight trains these days.

La Calahorra Railway station grafitti
La Calahorra Railway Station is filled with graffiti honoring Sergio Leone and Ennio Morricone.

But in 1968, La Calahorra Station was the location for one of the coolest opening scenes in cinema history, namely the arrival of Harmonica in the iconic movie Once Upon A Time In the West.

This blog shows some stills from Once Upon A Time In The West, The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, and For a Few Dollars More framed against the current ruins.

Also, check out this guide to the best western movies of all time.

You just don’t see film directors taking their time to build suspense in the same way these days:

In 1973, it was also used for The Man Called Noon, directed by Peter Collinson.

And just around the corner – only a few hundred meters – you’ll find the ruins of the town Flagstone from the same movie.

Flagstone movie set ruins near La Calahorra Train Station, Andalusia, Spain
There’s not much left of the Flagstone movie set ruins near La Calahorra.

Not much is left today, but you can still see traces of the old set. My in-laws visited the set in the 1970s and should still have some old slides.

I hope to get the opportunity to get them digitalized and preserved for the future at one point.

Original sign from the Flagstone movie set
The last original sign from the Flagstone movie set from Once Upon a Time in the West.

Even though the station and the film set are decaying, the graffiti shows the love for the movie’s director and composer, i.e., Sergio Leone and Ennio Morricone.

Graffiti honoring Sergio Leone
Graffiti honoring Sergio Leone in the old Flagstone movie set ruins.

Las Tabernas Desert

Tabernas Desert Spain Andalusia
Tabernas Desert Spain Andalusia.

The Tabernas Desert is located in Southern Spain, in the Almería province. It is one of the only true deserts in Europe, with an annual average rainfall below 250mm. The desert spans about 280 square kilometers and is protected as a nature reserve.

The Tabernas Desert is characterized by its unique landscape of dry riverbeds, rocky formations, and barren slopes, making it a perfect (and cheaper) filming location for movies in the old Wild West of the US or the Middle East. 

Because of this, Las Tabernas is one of Andalusia’s most popular filming locations, particularly for western films. Some of the most famous films shot there include “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” and several of Clint Eastwood’s spaghetti westerns.

Into Westerns? Check out the best Doc Holliday Quotes from Tombstone.

Also, Season 6 of the HBO series Game of Thrones was shot here, where the Tabernas desert was used to depict the Dothraki Sea in the desert gorges known as the Rambla del Cautivo and La Rambla del Buho near the village of Tabernas:

The desert is also home to “Oasys Mini Hollywood,” a Western-style theme park I’ll return to in a minute.

Notable movies and TV shows shot in the Tabernas desert near Almeria, Spain

Below are some notable movies and television shows shot in the Las Tabernas desert. The list is not complete since it’s a popular film location.

Movie TitleYearGenreDirectorStarring
Lawrence of Arabia1962Epic Historical DramaDavid LeanPeter O’Toole, Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn
Cleopatra1963Epic Historical DramaJoseph L. MankiewiczElizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Rex Harrison
A Fistful of Dollars1965Spaghetti WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood, Gian Maria Volonté, Marianne Koch
The Good The Bad The Ugly1966Spaghetti WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef
Once Upon a Time in the West1968Spaghetti WesternSergio LeoneHenry Fonda, Charles Bronson, Claudia Cardinale
Patton1970WarFranklin J. SchaffnerGeorge C. Scott, Karl Malden, Stephen Young
Trinity Is Still My Name1971Comedy WesternEnzo BarboniTerence Hill, Bud Spencer, Yanti Somer
Duck, You Sucker!1972War, WesternSergio LeoneRod Steiger, James Coburn, Romolo Valli
Conan the Barbarian1982Action, Adventure, FantasyJohn MiliusArnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones, Max von Sydow
Neverending Story1984Adventure, Drama, FantasyWolfgang PetersenNoah Hathaway, Barret Oliver, Tami Stronach
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade1989Action, AdventureSteven SpielbergHarrison Ford, Sean Connery, Alison Doody
Winnetou Return1998WesternMarijan David VajdaPierre Brice, Candice Daly, Branko Spoljar
Dance of the Vampires2001MusicalRoman PolanskiMichael Crawford, David Hess, George Dvorsky
Lucky Luke and the Daltons2004Comedy, Adventure, WesternPhilippe HaïmEric Judor, Ramzy Bedia, Saïd Serrari
Exodus: Gods and Kings2014Action, Drama, AdventureRidley ScottChristian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Ben Kingsley
Game of Thrones – Season 6 – Episode 42016Fantasy, Drama, AdventureDaniel SackheimEmilia Clarke, Iain Glen, Staz Nair
Penny Dreadful2014-2016Drama, Horror, FantasyJohn LoganEva Green, Josh Hartnett, Timothy Dalton
The Crown2016-2023Drama, Biography, HistoryPeter MorganClaire Foy, Olivia Colman, Imelda Staunton
Brimstone2016Mystery, Thriller, WesternMartin KoolhovenDakota Fanning, Guy Pearce, Kit Harington
Terminator: Dark Fate2019Action, Sci-Fi, AdventureTim MillerLinda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mackenzie Davis

Oasys Mini Hollywood – more than just a theme park

Oasys Mini Hollywood actors
Oasys Mini Hollywood actors are chilling in the shadows.

The next place I went was the Oasys Mini Hollywood. It is a Western-styled theme park located in the desert of Tabernas, Almería, Spain. It’s the perfect location for shooting Westerns.

Originally known as Yucca City, the film set was designed by Carlo Simi and built for Sergio Leone’s For a Few Dollars More (1965). It was also used as a set for The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966).

The Doctor Who TV series episode “A Town Called Mercy” (2012) was filmed at Fort Bravo/Texas Hollywood, which is just around the corner (approximately 3 miles).

Fort Bravo sign
Fort Bravo sign near Oasys.

If you have to choose between the two locations, I’d say go for Oasys, because you get so much more for your money.

Fort Bravo Texas Hollywood Spain
Fort Bravo, aka Texas Hollywood, is small compared to Oasys.

After filming The Good, the Bad And The Ugly, the extras in the project bought the set and ran it as a tourist attraction in the 1970s. My parents-in-law had visited it then; at that time, it was small and mostly facades. This has certainly changed – and for the better!

I was pleasantly surprised that this was more than a theme park or movie set facade. You can enter every building, and everything looks and feels authentic.

The sheriff's office in Oasys Mini Hollywood
The sheriff’s office in Oasys Mini Hollywood. To kill time, a sheriff needs to play poker and blackjack with the deputy.

The park features several attractions, including live performances, a zoo for old retired animals, swimming pools, and a museum of Western film history.

It also has several replicas of Western-style buildings, such as a saloon, a jail, and a bank, which were used in many classic Western movies.

Barbershop in Mini Hollywood
Barbershop in Mini Hollywood. Get your bad tooth removed, too.
Hanging in Oasys Mini Hollywood
Hangings occur twice daily on the town square in Oasys Mini Hollywood.
Ennio Morricone Tombstone in Oasys
Honoring Ennio Morricone, who died in 2020, with a Tombstone in Oasys.

You can explore the sets, enjoy cowboy stunt shows, ride horses, and even dress up in period costumes for a truly immersive experience.

Here, I’ve edited a short video from the stunt show. I had to get creative to remove all the tourists (who were all over the place) from the frame.

Also, the options were limited since I had only brought a Contax 18mm prime lens and my GH5 to Oasys Mini Hollywood. So, I had to use AI software to scale up some shots to zoom in without losing too much quality.

The park is popular among both local and international tourists, as well as film enthusiasts.

National and International productions can rent the place for shooting movies and commercials.

They also have beautiful old wagons and diligences, but I’m not sure if these are only for the museum or if you can rent them as movie props too.

Old security wagon in the Oasys museum.
Old mobile transport security wagon in the Oasys museum.

I enjoyed the cine museum too, where you can see old movie projectors and other gear. Cool stuff!

Old film projector in the Oasys cinema museum
Old film projector in the Oasys cinema museum

Notable films and TV shows shot in Oasys Mini Hollywood

Movie TitleYearGenreDirectorStarring
For a Few Dollars More1965WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Gian Maria Volonté
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly1966WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef
Navajo Joe1966WesternSergio CorbucciBurt Reynolds, Aldo Sambrell, Nicoletta Machiavelli
Taste of Killing1966Western
Tonino Valerii
Craig Hill, Jorge Martín, Piero Lulli, Fernando Sancho
May God Forgive You… But I Won’t1968WesternVincenzo MusolinoGeorge Ardisson, Dragomir Bojanic-Gidra, Cristina Iosani
The Mercenary1968WesternSergio CorbucciFranco Nero, Tony Musante, Franco Giacobini
Ace High1968WesternGiuseppe ColizziTerence Hill, Bud Spencer, Eli Wallach
The Ruthless Four1968WesternGiorgio CapitaniVan Heflin, Gilbert Roland, Klaus Kinski
Boot Hill1969WesternGiuseppe ColizziTerence Hill, Bud Spencer, Woody Strode
Adiós, Sabata1970Action, Drama, WarGianfranco ParoliniYul Brynner, Dean Reed, Ignazio Spalla
‘Doc’1971WesternFrank PerryStacy Keach, Faye Dunaway, Harris Yulin
Hannie Caulder1971WesternBurt KennedyRaquel Welch, Robert Culp, Ernest Borgnine
A Reason to Live, a Reason to Die1972WesternTonino ValeriiJames Coburn, Telly Savalas, Bud Spencer
Shanghai Joe1973WesternMario CaianoChen Lee, Klaus Kinski, Gordon Mitchell
The Man Called Noon1973Western, DramaPeter CollinsonRichard Crenna, Stephen Boyd, Rosanna Schiaffino
Blood Money1974Western, Comedy, Martial ArtsAntonio MargheritiLee Van Cleef, Lieh Lo
Cry, Onion1975WesternEnzo G. CastellariFranco Nero, Sterling Hayden, Martin Balsam
The White, the Yellow, and the Black1975WesternSergio CorbucciGiuliano Gemma, Tomas Milian, Eli Wallach
Buddy Goes West1981WesternMichele LupoBud Spencer, Joe Bugner
Peacemaker2006Action, DramaAlex PastorJosé Luis Adserías, Enric Arquimbau, Felipe García Vélez
Doctor Who | Episode: A Town Called Mercy2012Adventure, Drama, FamilySaul MetzsteinMatt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill
Stop Over in Hell2016Crime, Horror, ThrillerVíctor MatellanoFernando Valdivielso, Pablo Scola, Karlos Klaumannsmoller, Elvira Moliterno
Lost in the West2016Western, FamilyCarlos GonzálezNicholas Coombe, Michael Garza, Fallon Smythe
The Greatest Gift2018DramaJuan Manuel CoteloSanti Rodríguez, Daniel Ruizar, Joe Gómez
That Dirty Black Bag2022-Western, DramaMauro Aragoni, Brian O’MalleyDominic Cooper, Douglas Booth, Niv Sultan

Guadix Station

Guadix Train Station
Guadix Train Station seen from the front.

The next stop on my movie location trip was Guadix Station.

Guadix Station is located in the city of Guadix, in the province of Granada, Spain. Guadix is known for its cave houses, but the station is what I came for.

Director's chair at Guadix Train Station
Here I am in the director’s chair at Guadix railway station, imagining I’m directing Sean Connery!

The station building features traditional Spanish architecture, old-world charm, and historic architecture, making it a popular location for period films.

Notable movies shot at Guadix Station

Guadix Station has been used as a filming location for several movies, most notably for “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” representing the fictional Iskenderun Station in Hatay.

Movie TitleYearGenreDirectorStarring
North West Frontier1959Adventure, DramaJ. Lee ThompsonKenneth More, Lauren Bacall, Herbert Lom
Diego Corrientes1959Adventure, Drama, MusicalAntonio Isasi-IsasmendiJosé Suárez, Marisa de Leza, Eulália del Pino
Doctor Zhivago1965Drama, Romance, WarDavid LeanOmar Sharif, Julie Christie, Geraldine Chaplin
For a Few Dollars More1965Drama, WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Gian Maria Volontè
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly1966Adventure, WesternSergio LeoneClint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef
Navajo Joe1966Drama, WesternSergio CorbucciBurt Reynolds, Aldo Sambrell, Nicoletta Machiavelli
Death Rides a Horse1967Drama, WesternGiulio PetroniLee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, Mario Brega
A Bullet for the General1967Action, WesternDamiano DamianiGian Maria Volontè, Klaus Kinski, Martine Beswick
Man, Pride & Vengeance1967Action, Drama, RomanceLuigi BazzoniTina Aumont, Franco Nero, Klaus Kinski
Once Upon a Time in the West1968WesternSergio LeoneHenry Fonda, Charles Bronson, Claudia Cardinale
A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof1968Comedy, WesternGiulio PetroniGiuliano Gemma, Mario Adorf, Magda Konopka
100 Rifles1969Adventure, Drama, WarTom GriesJim Brown, Raquel Welch, Burt Reynolds
Tepepa1969Action, Adventure, DramaGiulio PetroniTomas Milian, Orson Welles, John Steiner
The Price of Power1969Drama, WesternTonino ValeriiGiuliano Gemma, Warren Vanders, María Cuadra
Duck, You Sucker!1971Drama, War, WesternSergio LeoneRod Steiger, James Coburn, Romolo Valli
Delusions of Grandeur1971Adventure, Comedy, HistoryGérard OuryLouis de Funès, Yves Montand, Alice Sapritch
Pancho Villa1972Action, Biography, ComedyEugenio MartínTelly Savalas, Clint Walker, Chuck Connors
Ben and Charlie1972Comedy, WesternMichele LupoGiuliano Gemma, George Eastman, Vittorio Congia
The Man Called Noon1973Drama, Mystery, WesternPeter CollinsonRichard Crenna, Stephen Boyd, Rosanna Schiaffino
Blood Money1974Comedy, WesternAntonio MargheritiLee Van Cleef, Lieh Lo, Patty Shepard
A Genius, Two Partners and a Dupe1975Comedy, WesternDamiano DamianiTerence Hill, Miou-Miou, Robert Charlebois
The White, the Yellow, and the Black1975Western, Adventure, ComedySergio CorbucciGiuliano Gemma, Tomas Milian, Eli Wallach
Reds1981Biography, Drama, HistoryWarren BeattyWarren Beatty, Diane Keaton, Edward Herrmann
The Exterminators of the Year 30001983Action, Sci-FiGiuliano CarnimeoRobert Iannucci, Alicia Moro, Luciano Pigozzi
A Man Called Rage1984Action, Thriller, Sci-FiTonino RicciBruno Minniti, Stelio Candelli, Werner Pochath
Rustlers’ Rhapsody1985Comedy, WesternHugh WilsonTom Berenger, G.W. Bailey, Marilu Henner
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade1989Action, AdventureSteven SpielbergHarrison Ford, Sean Connery, Alison Doody
The White Room1989DramaBill ButtBill Drummond, Jimi Cauty, David Franks
The Mule2013Adventure, Comedy, DramaMichael Radford, Sebastien GroussetMario Casas, María Valverde, Antonio Gil
Poveda2016Biography, Drama, HistoryPablo MorenoAinhoa Aldanondo, Alejandro Arroyo, Miguel Berlanga

Summary

Southern Spain and the Andalusian provinces are great places for film fans because so many feature films and recent shows are being shot there, making it a great place for culture trips. 

There’s a good chance that the beautiful and warm Spanish landscapes and cultural heritage sites have been the film location for one of your favorite scenes without you even knowing it.

I only stayed near Guadix and the Almeria province this time, but there are many other places I plan to visit. 

Fx, did you know that Kingdom of Heaven (2005), starring Orlando Bloom, Eva Green, Jeremy Irons, and Liam Neeson, was shot in Seville’s Casa de Pilatos and Alcázar?

And that the latter also was the location for Mission Impossible 2, starring Tom Cruise, Star Wars: Episode VII, and Game of Thrones Season 5?

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You could make a whole trip just visiting locations for Game of Thrones in Andalucia, with places such as Mesa Roldán Tower, The Alcazaba of Almeria, and the Osuna Bullring being some of the main points of interest.

And did you know that the city of Almeria itself has been the place for not only Westerns but also the James Bond movie Never Say Never Again (1983) starring Sean Connery?

I’ve only scratched the surface of Andalucia, but I can see why all kinds of directors take to this fascinating landscape. I hope to visit more of these places and walk in the footsteps of the actors – whom I envy – the next time I go there.


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    Jan Sørup is a indie filmmaker, videographer and photographer from Denmark. He owns filmdaft.com and the Danish company Apertura, which produces video content for big companies in Denmark and Scandinavia. Jan has a background in music, has drawn webcomics, and is a former lecturer at the University of Copenhagen.

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