Colombia has incredible scenarios and several rental houses that have the latest technology in camera, lights, stretch and grip. You can also get return benefits of up to 40% of the expenses generated in Colombia under the protection of Law 1556, this incentive gives foreign producers the possibility of contemplating Colombia as a good destination for the production of their cinematographic projects.
Chile stands out for its safety and tranquility guaranteed when shooting a movie or a commercial, to which is added the marked presence of the 4 weather seasons which can be found at different times of the year or even in different places regardless of the time, also as a Tricontinental country its territory has presence in South America, Antarctica and Oceania.
Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America, but at the same time a rich and diverse country in which we can find the most contrasts and nature that an audiovisual production may require. It has 12 hours of light per day and four natural regions: Coast (Pacific Ocean), Sierra (Andes Mountains), East (Amazon) and the Insular Region (Galapagos Islands).
Despite being a very small country, Uruguay has a very important film structure that facilitates production work. Its landscapes, its european architecture, its long beaches, its roads, its valleys and the professionalism of its people make Uruguay the ideal destination for the realization of any project, also with quite competitive costs throughout the region.
One of the countries with the greatest biological diversity and greatest mineral resources in the world. Its geographical location makes Peru one of the most attractive destinations for filming. It has jungles, vast deserts, rivers, fabulous cliffs, varied architecture, world-renowned archeological ruins and a great technical and operational infrastructure.
Bolivia has unique landscapes such as Salar de Uyuni, Potosí, Titicaca lake, Sol island and Laguna Dorada. We also find various species of plants, animals and almost all climatic zones because it is surrounded by a large mountain chain. It has 11 hours of light to film the most spectacular scenes and its pre-Columbian culture and architecture is full of rare scenarios.