I have been asked a lot about what being an SA is really like. The world of the ‘extra’ is a fairly unique one and it really does need a certain type of person in order for it to workread more
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So, you’re considering becoming a Supporting Artiste – an Extra – in film & TV. (Well, maybe you’re not – but that’s who this post is aimed at.) On the one hand, “showbiz” is seen by many as glamorous and exciting; on the other hand, the last couple of decades has allowed those not
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The clue is in the name… this is a unique place on “The Borders” between France and Spain. Although only part of this urban sprawl is Els Limits; the other part is Le Perthus. These two towns are joined at the hip, that hip being the border which runs through part of the main street.
A little bit of Spain surrounded by France, Llívia is a town that never got handed over in 1659. The Treaty of the Pyrenees handed over a number of nearby villages to France but for various reasons Llívia wasn’t part of the deal. Its status has stayed the same to the present day. Nowadays of
Welcome to Os de Civís, a notable place by nature of its location. The village is part of Spain – mainland Spain, not an exclave or island – but it can only be reached by vehicle from another country. That country is Andorra and the village’s unique position next to it makes it quite interesting