Film set in the Plaza de España
In the last decades, all kinds of cinema characters have come to Seville: desert heroes, dictators and ambassadors of the most remote galaxies.
Game of Thrones, the famous HBO TV serie, was shot partly in Seville. The producers chose the south of Spain for the perfect locations to recreate the distant medieval lands of Dorne.
Even Lawrence of Arabia arrived in 1962 at the Plaza de España in Seville to set up his military camp in the middle of the desert.
Natalie Portman, senator Amidala in Attack of the Clones, the second episode of Star Wars was filmed for a couple of days with hundreds of extras in the andalusian capital.
British actor, Sacha Baron Cohen, aka Ali G, Borat in the film The Dictator recreated his palace in the Plaza de España with two giant Arab swords as part of the set.