The shooting of the movie “The Ghosts of Monday” starring Julian Sands has started in Cyprus.
A press release sent to the media states that this is the 3rd consecutive film production by Altadium Group, “The Ghosts of Monday”, a thriller that tells the story of a group of American filmmakers traveling to Cyprus to shoot a documentary at the famous Hotel Gula, where more than 100 people lost their lives under mysterious circumstances.
The new film, “The Ghosts of Monday”, is directed by Italian director Francesco Cinquemani (The Poison Rose, starring John Travolta and Morgan Freeman, Andron, starring Danny Glover and Alec Baldwin), and produced by Altadium Group by Marianna Rosset, Vitaly Rosset and Loris Curci. The screenplay is co-written by Barry Keating (Nightworld, Downhill) and director Francesco Cinquemani, which is based on real events experienced and narrated by the film's producer, Loris Curci.
Filming has already started on February 8 and the film will be shot entirely in Cyprus with the participation of a talented international cast and production team, according to the press release.
The cast of the film is directed by Neil McGinley, who has previously worked as a casting director on many other films such as Wrath of the Titans and War Horse directed by Steven Spielberg.
The talented actor Julian Sands (A Room With a View, Naked Lunch, Arachnophobia) starred in the role of the enigmatic, formerly famous actor, “Bruce McPherson”, playing the presenter of the TV series “The Ghosts of the Old World”.
The film also stars many up-and-coming actors such as Mark Huberman, Flavia Camilla and Elva Trill, who have starred in Netflix productions such as Viking (series), Line of Duty and The Mentalist. The cast also includes Cypriot actors such as Maria Ioannou and Anthony Skordi, incorporating elements of our island in the film. Ioanna Triantafyllidou, the Greek actress based in Los Angeles, completes the list of talented actresses who participate in the film.