We provide production services in Brazil. With a network of partners and suppliers, MOVIE's creative solutions are tailored to your production needs. Based in São Paulo, we offer location scouting, location management and line production services for feature films, commercials, TV shows, internet or documentaries.

Our goal is to provide the best available option whether in location, production design and budget, always focusing on the highest standards. We work together with our clients screening projects and addressing challenges, time schedules and price issues.



— AICP based bidding, cost consulting, estimating and quoting
— Production planning, budget management and scheduling
— Location scouting
— Permits, Visas, insurance and security
— Talent and crew fee negotiation, booking and contracts
— Hotels and airlines scheduling, ground transportation
— Equipment and studio rentals
— Onsite coordination

The diversity of climates in Brazil makes it a year-round destination. Brazil has basically five different climate regions: equatorial, tropical, semi-arid, highland tropical and subtropical.

Cities like São Paulo and Brasilia, are located high up on the plateau, with mild temperatures averaging 66ºF (19ºC). Rio de Janeiro, Recife, Natal and Salvador are coastal cities and have warmer climates balanced by the trade winds. Rio, for example, has an average temperature of 80ºF (26ºC), reaching over 95ºF (35ºC) during the summer months (December-February). In the Southern cities of Porto Alegre and Curitiba the subtropical climate is similar to parts of the US and Europe, with frosts in the winter (July-August) when temperatures may fall below 32ºF (0ºC)... yet summers are hot. Despite the popular image of the Amazon as a region of blistering heat, temperatures rarely rise above 90ºF (32ºC) - days are generally warm, wet and humid. This region has two seasons: rainy (November-May) and not-so-rainy (June-October).

Brazil also offers a wide range of location opportunities, from the iconic landscape of Rio de Janeiro to the majesty of the Amazon region. And in between, there are all sorts of geographic features such as waterfalls ( like Iguazu Falls ), some of the world’s best beaches and rivers as well as major metropolis plus small, picturesque interior towns, industrial plants of all sorts and sports stadiums and arenas of all sizes.

Brazil’s highly diverse ethnicity adds extra value to production - It's population has a huge variety of colors, faces and physical appearances, with people from all over the world: native indigenous, Latin, Northern European, Eastern European, Southern European, African, Afro-Brazilian, Arab, Asian... The easy integration makes the variety even more interesting. For example, São Paulo has the largest Japanese community outside of Japan.

Buyout rates are not indexed and compare favorably with most international markets.

Most camera equipment is Arri. Cranes, dollies, remote heads, stabilized heads and shot-makers are available and of the highest standard. There are some options for motion control and stabilized camera mounts; there are no spacecams or Moco gear.

São Paulo Guide

Rio de Janeiro Guide