UK Production chooses Loulé for filming

in Algarve · 08-11-2019 01:00:00 · 0 Comments
UK Production chooses Loulé for filming

“Miss Willoughby” is the name of the British production by Mick Davis, which was last week shooting in Loule.

Despite the story of the film taking place in Cyprus, the production chose the city of Loulé and the Santo António Convent for filming.

Considered to be one of the most important convent buildings in the Algarve and classified as a Public Interest Building dating from the late 17th century, the convent was one of the main spaces where the shooting of the film took place.


Philippe Martinez, Alan Latham and Loni Farhi are the producers of “Miss Willoughby”. The cast consists of names such as Nathalie Cox, John Rhys-Davies, Matthew Sim, Ian Gerard Whyte, and Ouldad Elma. It should be noted that there are some Portuguese in the technical and figurative team.


This is the 23rd production in 2019 registered by the Loulé Film Office, a structure of Loulé Municipality whose mission is to promote the municipality as a destination for film, television, advertising and photography production.


As a result of the work developed in recent years, the Municipality of Loulé has been a privileged destination for several productions, praised by many figures in the world of cinema and audiovisual for its scenic multiplicity but also for its logistical capacity.



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