Filmed between La Jonquera and Le Boulou, Spanish director Pablo Guirado tells the story of truck driver Mario who transports illegal immigrants from southern Spain into into France, aboard his refrigerated truck
Have you got what it takes to become Saint Cyprien’s Next Top Model?
The Saint Cyprien Office de Tourisme is looking for models to become the faces of its latest marketing and communication project.
This iconic emblem of the P-O has caught the attention of amateur film makers, Angelina and Dima.
Places des Neuf Jets in Céret went back in time to 1943 under the German occupation.
Jean Rochefort is the painter, his young nude model is Spanish actress Aida Folch, and the artist’s wife is a dazzling Claudia Cardinale.
L’Adieu à la Nuit will be shot entirely in Catalan country, particularly lake side at Villeneuve-de-la-Raho against the background of Canigou, but also in Cabestany, Le Boulou and the Conflent.
Sun, sea, snow, wine, food, culture… we really are lucky to live here in the P-O. But did you know that we also have a thriving cinema scene?
Love the big screen but put off by the language barrier? Maybe you’re fluent but can’t bear the dubbed voice overs? Well, English language cinema is not as rare as you might think!
In Perpignan, a scene will be shot at the bus station. The rest will be concentrated in Cabestany, in the Albères and on the Prades side for mountain scenes
Scenes have also been filmed (or will be filmed) in Font-Romeu, Cerbère, Banyuls-sur-Mer, Céret and Perpignan.
The shooting of the TV movie “Robin” directed by Alice Douard, took place in October 2016 in Sète, Le Barcarès, Gruissan, Sigean, Leucate, and Port La Nouvelle over 4 weeks. It was produced