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Conrad Algarve transforms into Hollywood film set location for ‘That Good Night,’ starring Sir John Hurt and Miranda Richardson

Conrad Algarve, Hollywood film set location for ‘That Good Night
Transforming its glittering foyer into a Hollywood-style film set location, Conrad Algarve recently welcomed 10 film trucks and over 100 members of cast and crew from GPS STUDIOS for the filming of brand new motion picture, ‘That Good Night’, starring Sir John Hurt and Miranda Richardson.

Selected from a long list of film set locations, Conrad Algarve was hand-picked by GPS Studios to form a beautiful backdrop for scenes from the brand new feature film, ‘That Good Night’. Directed by Eric Styles, produced by Alan Latham and Charles Savage and complete with star-studded cast, ‘That Good Night’ tell a story of Ralph - a once-famous screenwriter and director played by Sir John Hunt – looking to make amends with his long-lost son in later life before entering ‘into that good night’. Ensuring that he is not a burden to his young devoted wife, Anna, the film is also a tragic love story set amongst the picturesque scenery of the rugged Portuguese coastline.  

Connecting with Conrad Algarve’s keen passion for supporting the arts, ‘That Good Night’ marks another point in the hotel’s artistic calendar. Regularly showcasing a range of events and exhibitions in support of local and international talent, covering everything from fine art to fashion exhibitions, the hotel highlights the Algarve’s rich association with both the traditional and emerging arts. Fast becoming a centre for European modern culture, the Conrad Algarve’s rich natural and architectural landscape provides a unique setting for this brand new feature film.  

Nightly rates at Conrad Algarve start from £121 (€164) based on two adults sharing a grand deluxe room on a B&B basis

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