Temples of Art Series – Alhambra – Journey Back to the Past Into Our Present Day!

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The Alhambra – the best-preserved medieval Muslim palace – Southern Spain @ Granada.

The film commemorates those who wanted to make the abstract idea of perfect beauty tangible. The documentary film dealing with the construction of the Alhambra in Granada and the craftsmanship of the theoretical and practical experts who worked on it was filmed with the latest digital technological solutions.
The origin of this fantastic Nasrid monument, one of the greatest masterpieces of Islamic art in the world, dates back to a simple fortress built in the 9th century, called “AlHamra” “The Red”, due to the color of the earth. that was used in its construction.

In a statement from Spanish Television, announced the CGI and 3D digital technology to reconstruct Granada from the time of the Nasrid dynasty is perhaps one of the most wonderful building complexes in the world.

Isabel Fernández, well-known for her documentaries, directed the full-length cultural history informative film called Alhambra, made more lifelike with fictional scenes. The role of Ibn al-Hatib was given to French-Egyptian Amr Waked, who starred in the feature films Syriana, Salmon Fishing in Yemen, Wonder Woman 1984 and Lucy, the latter opposite Scarlett Johanssen and Morgan Freeman.

The creation of the film was supported by the Patronato de la Alhambra and the Generalife, and the professional assistance was provided by the University of Granada and the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, or CSIC. The Agencia Andaluza de Instituciones Culturales, as well as MEDIA TV Programming and ICEC took a role in the promotion of the film.

This is the first documentary whereas the film crew received a special permission to visit and film in the world-famous fortress palace southern Spanish city of Granada. Since 1984  listed on the UNESCO World Heritage. 

Age limit above 12 yrs.

Distributed by Pannonia Entertainment

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