Portuguese-Spanish documentary worth four million euros premieres this Thursday (with video) – Meios & Publicidade

The documentary Montado, a Portuguese-Spanish production directed by Joaquín Gutiérrez Acha, opens this Thursday in cinemas. It is a co-production with the support of RTP, the Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual, the Portugal Film Commission/PIC Portugal, the Instituto do Cinema e das Artes Audiovisuais de España, TVE, Movistar and Ibermedia.

The film focuses on the cork oak forest, an ecosystem that occupies a third of the entire forest area of ​​the Iberian Peninsula (56 percent in Portugal and 44 percent in Spain). The production is by Wanda Natura and Ukbar Filmes. The narration is provided by Joana Seixas.

“It’s an absolutely unprecedented documentary, because we shot it for three years and because never before has a nature documentary been made with such a significant budget. The project is budgeted at four million euros”, said Pandora da Cunha Telles, producer at Ukbar Films, in statements to Lusa.

The cork oak forest is considered one of the 35 sanctuaries in the world for biodiversity, it has 170 species of birds, 24 species of reptiles and amphibians and 37 species of mammals.

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