Puerto chosen for yet another film shoot
Puerto de la Cruz is once again hosting a new film shoot. The producer Orange Valley returns to the northern municipality, for the second time in a row, to record another of its productions.
This time it will be a Scandinavian film that will be entitled ‘Charter’. Filming will last for six weeks.
This project will have an economic impact in the city of about 600,000 euros, and will give employment to 350 extras, in addition to the direct benefit to small companies that have been selected and that will help in the production work of this feature film, which will be presented at different international festivals.
The producer and owner of Orange Valley, Thomas Kristensen, explained that from the first time he came to Tenerife, at six years old, “he had a dream, which was to produce a film in Puerto de la Cruz.”
Thirty years later, it has become a reality.
Sr. Kristensen also announc-ed that they are “very close to bringing to Puerto de la Cruz the filming of a series. Here there is a lot of friendship and it will not be the last time we come, “ he said.
Puerto de la Cruz has established itself as an important enclave in the filming of films that take place on the island. It was already the site, just a few months ago, of the filming of several scenes of the cinematographic blockbuster Rambo V.