Brittany in a TV movie across the Atlantic Bretagne Cinéma

Available on Hallmark Channel, an American channel available in more than 85,000 homes, “Moriah’s Lighthouse” is a Belgian-Canadian television film directed by Stefan Scaini. The film was entirely shot in Brittany from March 30 to April 15, 2022 in Perros-Guirec (Côtes-d’Armor) and Rochefort-en-Terre (Morbihan).

Photo credit: Ontario Inc., Saga Film

Synopsis : Moriah is a cabinetmaker living in a French seaside town who dreams of restoring the local lighthouse. When Ben, an American architect, comes to town, she feels like her dreams will never come true when she learns he’s there to revamp the lighthouse…but for another buyer.

Co-produced by Canadian company Ontario Inc. and Belgian company Saga Film, Moriah’s Lighthouse is adapted from a series of books written by American Serena B. Miller and is part of Hallmark Channel’s “Summer Nights” movies, a four-movie program that airs throughout June each year. Each film takes place in a sunny destination like the Caribbean, Hawaii or France.

Moriah’s Lighthouse is worn by a duo made up of actress Rachelle Lefèvre, a Canadian actress known in particular for having played in the saga Twilight and in the series Under The Domeand Luke Macfarlane, an American actor accustomed to Hallmark Channel’s romantic TV movies since 2014.
Supported by Bretagne Cinéma, the telefilm received personalized support from the filming office. Technicians, service providers (including the drone company 441 Pictures) and Breton extras also took part in the filming.

Photo credit: Bretagne Cinema

“Moriah’s Lighthouse” Trailer

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