The Crown' by the production companies Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television for Netflix has received at FITUR Screen 2021 the recognition of the Spain Film Commission with the ".Prize for the audiovisual production that best contributes to the promotion of tourism of a territory 2021" after being proposed by the Andalucía Film Commission.
The Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés, and the President of the Spain Film Commission, Carlos Rosado Cobián, have presented the awards to the Andalucía Film Commission, Netflix and Palma Pictures, the production company of service in Spain.
Manuel Muñoz, Secretary General for Tourism of the Regional Ministry of Tourism, Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration of the Junta de Andalucía has collected the Award together with the Director of the Andalucía Film Commission, Piluca Querol.
Piluca Querol thanked Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television, Netflix and Palma Pictures for their commitment to Andalusia and praised the work of the Andalusian companies and professionals who took part in the filming, highlighting the fundamental work of the Andalusian location scouts Tate Aráez and Enrique Guadamuro of A Film Location Company.
He also highlighted the important work of the film offices of the Andalusian Film Cities Network that participated in the project: Malaga Film Office, Jerez Film Office, Tabernas Film Office and Seville Film Office, which were represented at the event by Rosa Sánchez, Councillor for Tourism, City Promotion and Investment Attraction of Malaga; Isabel Gallardo, Delegate for Tourism, Trade and Consumer Affairs of the City of Jerez and Beatriz Arilla, Tourism Manager of the City of Seville.
On behalf of Netflix, the Award was collected by Alicia DezaThe show also featured a thank you video from one of the show's directors Jessica Hobbs and producers Martin Harrison and Andy Stebbing, in which they praised the Andalusian locations and expressed their desire to return for season five.
This week at FITUR The Crown' film trailers have also been unveiled and are available on the website. www.andaluciadestinodecine.com and discover the different locations where the series has been filmed in Spain. These include the incredible landscapes of the Tabernas desert and different areas of the city of Malaga and the provinces of Cadiz and Seville, which were used in seasons three and four to recreate some of the places that Charles and Diana visited in the 1980s on their route around Oceania, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's stay in Nasau, Princess Margaret's trip to the USA, the streets of Greece and the Caribbean island of Mustique.
With 'The Crown' there are now 27 routes available on the website.These include monographic routes on other successful series such as 'Game of Thrones' or 'The Plague', feature films such as 'The Summer We Lived' or 'Lawrence of Arabia', themed routes such as 'Beaches of Cinema', 'Film Hotels' or 'Andalusia of Fantasy', or those dedicated to directors such as Pedro Almodóvar or Manuel Martín Cuenca.
All of them cover more than 170 film destinations that can be found in more than 145 films and series. filmed in Andalusia discovering an immense variety of destinations in all the provinces, from the coasts to the mountains, deserts and forests, towns and cities, cultural spaces and religious buildings, making it a complete travel guide to Andalusia.
Andalucía, destino de cine' is a project created by the Andalucía Film Commission. with the support of Consejería de Turismo, Regeneración, Justicia y Administración Local de la Junta de Andalucía as part of the project 'La gran ruta de cine por Andalucía'.