Twentyfour Seven

The allure of filming in sunlit Portugal is undeniable. In addition to offering over 300 days of bright, beautiful blue skies, this small country, with its picturesque mountains and forests and thousand miles of coastline, is a treasure of diverse location looks, making it a favored destination for Europeans and North American’s alike.

Jagged mountains contrast with grasslands, meadows and valleys, crater lakes and sandy beaches. For outdoor-based projects, Portugal’s mild climate and expanse of evergreens work together to extend the option of springtime looks well into Europe’s chillier seasons.

Smaller in size than its closest geographic neighbors, filmmakers find that the relatively short distances between Portugal’s varied landscapes make this already accessible country a breeze for shooting multiple looks.

A wide array of stunning architectural styles, from ancient to modern, offer some of the most stunning examples of building traditions. Sweeping from ten-fold centuries-old villas and churches to the eye-candy of sleek minimalist estates with breathtaking backdrops, to an assortment of family homes, the country offers locations suited for most every project imaginable.

Managing Director/Executive Producer Niklas Murray (formerly of Smile) have joined forces with Twentyfour Seven’s CEO Ivo Van Vollenhoven and Managing Director Europe Gordon MacKinnon to helm Twentyfour Seven Lisboa. With offices based in country’s vibrant capital city, and enjoy a well-earned reputation built from working with top directors Jake Scott, Jonas Lindstroem, Cloe Bailly, Nicolai Fuglsig, Warren Fischer, and Karim Huu Do, among many others.