German artists shooting 'Vampire' film in the Shkodra Castle

 The Rozafa Fortress, erected on a rocky hill West of the city of Shkodra, has awakened the interest of 40 German actors to shoot their newest movie "Vampires".

The actors of the Forum Heersum, a socio-cultural association from Lower Saxony in Germany, have come to film scenes in Shkodra.

The Artists have discovered the castle by the renowned actress from Shkodra who lives 27 years in Germany.

Juli Ndoci says that "all the actors came to be more eager for Albania and none of them repented, but they are terribly happy about what they see and experiences, how  the people are, how good is the story that few people know."

German artists shooting 'Vampire' film in the Shkodra Castle

The short feature film will be released next summer in public in Germany.
The producer Jurgen Zinke says it was a very good idea, because Albania is an unknown country.

"We are delighted to have in our staff Juli Ndocin, who knows Albania so well and we could not have best shooting than these."

While the director Ulli Jaeckle says "the shooting screen is of course very important. The location of Albania is also related to the fact that here are fantastic places and for the Germans the Albania is unknown."

"Here are magnificent places where you can go without problems, which would have been blocked in Germany for the public," says director Jaeckle.
German artists shooting 'Vampire' film in the Shkodra Castle German artists shooting 'Vampire' film in the Shkodra Castle Saturday, October 06, 2018 Rating: 5
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