Motorhome Unit 1 now has a new, bigger bathroom and heating
The Boss Transports’ Motorhome Unit 1 has undergone relevant improvement. The vehicle also known as ‘guagua negra’ [black bus], has undergone a revamp to improve the services provided. The bathroom has been fully renovated, and apart from looking more modern, it now also has a wider capacity of use thanks to the installation of two great-volume tanks.
On the other hand, the air conditioning system has been restructured so it is now more efficient as it reaches 10,000 frigories. A new heating system has been added too, to make days spent in extreme locations comfier.
The Boss’s fleet includes two production units, two camera trucks and two shoot trucks: this motorhome unit 1 and motor home Movie Unit 2.
Miramar Media Entertainment took care of both productions in Tenerife
It is worth mentioning that all the heads of department of the shooting of “Operación Concha” in Tenerife are from the Canaries. This Spanish feature film, directed by Antonio Cuadri and produced by Abra Producciones and Miramar Media Entertainment, was shot on different locations in Tenerife for a week in April.
Rafael Castro was the art director, Eli Fernández the key make-up artist, and Roberta Martino the line producer.
Also in April, this company provided production services to the TV series “Tiempos de guerra” produced by Bambú Producciones for the Spanish TV channel Antena 3. This film was shot, among other locations, on El Correíllo, a wonderful period steam boat, moored in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Tenerife Film Commission has launched its new video. The main character, a producer, will enjoy the island and check all the opportunities to shoot on it. Its unbeatable 35% tax rebate, 23ºC average temperature, its stunning variety of landscapes and experienced crew will convinced him to decide Where to shoot.