Historial Villages of Portugal

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Made of granite and schist, the Historic Villages retain stories of conquests and ancient traditions and dazzle by its landscapes, heritage and friendliness of the people who inhabit them. Standing at the top of mountains, they stand out from far away with its high towers of its Medieval Castles.

That is why they are strategically aligned along the border. Kings and Nobles knew they could sleep more peacefully. They were wrong sometimes. Moors and Christians, Castilians and Portuguese, they all tried to take them for themselves and that is why each one has a very old story or legend to tell. Nowadays they are peaceful and keep the most genuine part of Portugal in the stones of their street and houses: the authenticity of its people and the pride of a 900-year-old history. There are twelve in total.

 

Through D. Dinis and D. Manuel, important Kings, with great importance in the Historic Villages of Portugal, Pedro Álvares Cabral, who discovered the sea route to Brazil and was born and raised in one of the Historic Villages, and also the people who lived in these Villages, we take the viewer on an intense journey through the Villages, exploring the sight, hearing and heart. Through the construction of its own environment, magical, mysterious, but also intense and passionate, the goal was to create a narrative that is magnetic and captivating for those who see the film and to take the viewer in a disruptive manner to unique locations in the world and to an unrivaled history.

 

Client

Aldeias Históricas de Portugal

Agency

Lobby Films and Advertising

Production Company

Lobby Films and Advertising

Creative Director

Telmo Martins

Photography Director

Pedro Azevedo

Sound Designer

Pedro Adamastor

Actor

Francisco Silva

Production Director

João Feitor

Styling

Lúcia Valdevino

Make Up

Diana Correia

Drone Operator

Manuel Costa

Colourist

Marco Amaral

Date

17 de April, 2020

Director