We provide production services in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela and Uruguay, with our network of partners and suppliers to offer creative solutions tailor made for your production needs.

Based in São Paulo, with office in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia we offer location scouting, location management and line producing services to whether you need to feature film, a commercial, a reality TV episode or a documentary.

Together, we screen the project and address challenges, time schedules and price issues. Our goal is to give the best option available in terms of location, production design and budget, always guaranteeing high standards.

— Production Planning, budgeting projection 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
— On site coordination

Brazil's weather is quite diverse as there are five different climatic regions: equatorial, tropical, semi-arid, highland tropical and subtropical.

Brazil is an all-year round destination.
Cities such as Sao Paulo & Brasilia, on the plateau, have a mild climate with temperatures averaging 66°F (19°C). Rio de Janeiro, Recife, Natal and Salvador on the coast have warmer climates balanced by the Trade Winds. Rio, for example, has an average temperature of around 80°F (26°C), which will climb to over 100°F (38°C) during the summer months, between December and February. In the southern Brazilian cities of Porto Alegre and Curitiba, the subtropical climate is similar to parts of the US and Europe, with frosts occurring in the winter months, between July and August, when temperatures can fall below freezing. Summers are hot, however. Despite the popular image of the Amazon as a region of blistering heat, temperatures rarely rise above 90°F (32°C), and days are generally warm, wet and humid. The region has two seasons: a rainy season (November to May) and not-so-rainy season (June to October).

As a location, Brazil offers a wide range of opportunities from the iconic cityscape of Rio to the majesty of the Amazon. In between there are all manner of geographic features - waterfalls, some of the world’s best beaches, rivers - and man-made locations like cities, industrial plants and sports stadium.

The fact that Brazil has a very mixed population also aggregates value to the scenes shot here. There’s a lot of different faces in this country and the ethnic miscegenation that their integration provided created an interesting variety of physical appearances. For example, Sao Paulo has the largest Japanese community outside Japan.

Practically any ethnicity can be found: Indigenous, Latin and Southern European, Afro-Brazilians, Japanese, Korean, Nordic, German looks, Irish red-heads, Turkish and Arabs.

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

Most camera equipment is Arri. Cranes, dollies, remote heads, stabilized heads, camera-cars and shot-makers are all available to the highest standard. Although there are some options for motion control and stabilized camera mounts, there is no Spacecam or real Moco gear.