Hallmark movie the first ever to be filmed at the Acropolis of Rhodes

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The Hallmark channel’s latest film The Wedding Veil Journey is the first to ever be filmed at the Acropolis of Rhodes in Greece, according to heavy.com.

The Wedding Veil Journey is the sixth part of the romantic Hallmark series The Wedding Veil. In this film, viewers follow the protagonists to Greece to watch one of the main scenes take place in the unique landscape of the Acropolis of Rhodes.

Alison Sweeney, Lacey Chabert and Autumn Reeser are a few of the stars who feature in the film.

In the ITCAF podcast interview with Autumn Reeser, Reeser talked about how lucky they were to film at the Acropolis.

“We are the first production that has ever been allowed to film there,” she revealed.

The actress also said she got emotional only by being at the location and described some of the difficulties the cast faced when transporting film equipment.

Film director Ronald Oliver also posted on Instagram: “Sir Ronald is the first director in history to film on the Lindos Acropolis. And he’s making a wedding movie.”

The Acropolis is at the centre of the ancient site in Rhodes and is dated to the third and second centuries BC.

Source: heavy.com

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