Krypton International is a Lisbon-based production company that offers a full range of film and photo production services. Taking advantage of the know how of it’s sister company (Krypton Films) with over 25 years of experience, Krypton International prides itself in working with creative people from all around the world who share our passion for filmmaking.
Portugal offers a great variety of landscapes and sceneries from dreamy beaches, magical forests and beautiful meadows to modern cities and historical locations. The variety of locations close from each other and the great weather all year round mean you’ll have the perfect shooting experience here. With world-class technicians and facilities, we work as a multidisciplinary platform to provide top of the game production services.
Telma Alfredo is the Executive Producer at Krypton International. She was born in Lisbon in the year of 1977 and quickly became passionate about the film industry and creating amazing content. Following her degree in Communication Sciences from Universidade Nova de Lisboa she started working in the television industry at Valentim de Carvalho, a renowned television production company in Portugal, collaborating in some of the most disruptive and innovative tv-shows in the country. In 2003 a new opportunity emerged and Telma dived into the fabulous world of Advertising film production. After many films and two amazing daughters, Telma is now the head of service production at Krypton, having developed from scratch the International department. She is known for her perfectionism, certain doses of persistence and full dedication. Telma has worked with clients such as Apple, Nivea, Belvita, Dr. Oetker, Vodafone and even the Queen of Pop herself, Madonna.
Julie Van Den Bulck
Julie’s relationship with advertising started at an early age, when she moved from Brussels to Lisbon to accompany her dad in his Portuguese adventure at JWT. She graduated in Business Communication and started working right away in the industry, both at the agency and client side. Not being one to stay still, she ditched her whole career and went abroad to seek new experiences, working in anything from waiting tables at restaurants in Andorra to pay for her snowboarding addiction to work in marketing management for a leading paper company in Paris. It was there that she fell in love with film production: while passing by a film set on the street she decided to go talk to the producer to learn more about what was going on. Her attitude landed her a job at Partizan, where she stayed for three years, working closely with top directors like Michel Gondry and Antoine Bardou-Jacquet. Then she went on to help setup Stink Paris, just before returning to the Portuguese sun. Julie’s ability to manage teams under stress and maintaining a positive “can do” attitude throughout the production led her to work with clients such as Citroën, EDF, Hermès, KFC, McDonald’s, Peugeot, Tuborg and Yves Saint Laurent.