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Posted by: In: News 16 Sep 2010 Comentarios: 0


Starting on September 17th in A Coruña, Spain, the shooting will take place during the whole month of September in different locations of Galicia, where ancient archaeological sites can be found in Punta Couso, Queiruga, Porto do Son or Fervenza de Ribasiera.

“The Celtic Legacy” is an ambitious production that will announce this singular culture known as “Galician castros”, comparing them with other sites in Europe such as Brittany, Ireland or Scotland. Through historical recreations, the participation of more than 300 extras and C.G.I. the audience will travel in time to the ancient Galician forests during the Megalithic and the subsequent Bronze and Iron Era until Romanization.

Produced by Explora Films in collaboration with Televisión Española (TVE) and Fundacion Cidade da Cultura of Galicia, “The Celtic Legacy” is expected to be released in the beginning of 2011.

Jose Manuel Novoa writes and directs this project. He holds an extensive experience of more than 20 years as filmmaker of documentaries. Novoa has directed more than 150 titles; among them, the high-budget “The Lord of Sipan”, the feature “Eyengui, the God of dream”, the series “The Tower of Babel” or “The Last Free Men”. He has recently directed his, until now, latest film, titled “La Joya and the Warriors in the Mist” with an exceptional welcome in the international marketplace.

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