Marc Jordan Martinez' FRAMED Begins Production

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It was back in early October that we shared the very impressive proof of concept trailer for Marc Jordan Martinez' Spanish horror film Framed, very much impressed by the look and feel of what Martinez had already managed to pull off to that point. And now he's doing it for real with principal photography now under way on the feature film.

Last September we presented the poster and the first footage of the promotional teaser of ‘Framed’. A few days later, at the Coming Soon Sitges Film Festival, we premiered the full teaser-trailer of the film and we could see in action some of its protagonists for the first time. Today, half a year later, the producer company confirms that the film began shooting last April 24th in Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona).

The director of ‘Framed’ is Marc Martínez Jordán, filmmaker from ESCAC and the last winner of the Paul Naschy Brigadoon and Cine365 awards at the Sitges Film Festival. Marc Carreté is leading the project and production and is also the head of the new terror brand, Creatures of the Dark, which produces the film. The cast is full of young Catalan and Spanish stars such as Joe Manjon (El Internado, Risen), Àlex Maruny (Promoción Fantasma, Polseres Vermelles) and Clàudia Pons (Elisa K, Asmodexia). The movie also stars Júlia Molins (Cites, Seis Hermanas) Enric Auquer (Los Innocentes), Biel Montoro (L'Altra Frontera) and Daniel Horvath (Buscando el norte). In addition, the feature is the debut of the actress Lídia Casanova and has the special collaboration of Pep Sais and Merce Montalà.

The film will start its post-production, once finished filming in late May. Everything indicates that during the summer we will see the first promotional images of ‘Framed’. Meanwhile we can have a look to a few snapshots of the filming.

Take a look at the first behind the scenes shots below!


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