The province of Seville, has a stable and sunny climatology of mild winters and very hot summers. All these factors position Seville as a territory with an ideal climate for outdoor film productions.
Its territory is full of different landscapes: mountains, countryside, valleys and marshes that make up a catalog of enormous environmental value. But in addition, the province of Seville offers urban and industrial landscapes of great architectural value thanks to its history, which goes back to the Phoenicians.
Its monumental and artistic variety is nothing more than the result of the miscegenation of the peoples who have lived in this land, and of whom we still preserve a wide range of scenarios; Roman cities, Arab fortresses and medieval castles.
The access to the different locations for the professional of the audiovisual sector is processed in the last instance by the municipalities, administrations or entities corresponding to the management of the same.
Andalucía Film Commission is the entity that advises, coordinates and channels the relevant procedures. In the province of Seville there is a broad business network that offers high quality production services and is capable of solvency with any film production.
The last great television production that has proven the professionalism of the Andalusian technicians has been the series Game of Thrones. The Real Alcazar and the Royal Atarazanas have been first class locations used in recent seasons.
Another film success filmed in 2014 was the film "Isla Mínima" by Alberto Rodríguez, which takes place in the deep marsh between the municipalities of Isla Mayor, Puebla del Río and Coria del Río.