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We present with great pride the making of of Uncertain Glory! To understand how and why it is the way it is, you can watch it right here:

INCERTA GLÒRIA – Making of from Massa d’Or Produccions on Vimeo.

The making of is done by Adriana LaGarsi (color grading) and Zak Ramis, who were also editors along with Pere Sastre.

You can see how the whole team of Uncertain Glory worked very hard to simulate the Aragonese front during the Spanish Civil War. It was almost two months of filming (from May 2nd to June 26th), and it was shot in different locations from Aragon and Catalonia (Sariñena, Barluenga, Pallareuelos de Monegros, Angüés, Castejón de Monegros, Alquézar, Casbas, Quicena, Alcubierre, Leciñena, Belchite, Caminreal, La Garriga, Jafre de Ter, Rubí, Barcelona and Santa María de Merlès).

This shooting has implied a lot of work, but it has ended up becoming a great experience for the whole team that has taken part in it. We will always recall it with satisfaction and joy. If you liked the movie, you cannot miss its making of to fully understand Uncertain Glory’s magic.

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