There’s only so much you can get from the internet and over the phone, not to mention the cost of sending boots on the ground.
But you don’t need to, let our network do the job for you.
Knowing where to go is one thing, getting there is another. Safety is key to running any successful location-based activity .
We know the land, the language, and the culture.
We have the resources and the contacts you need.
This is the key to any production in Mexico and dealing with local and federal authorities may take a lot of social lubrication and the right paperwork delivered on time.
The goal is to get the job done, we can help manage all logistical requirements in the most efficient, and cost-effective way possible; don’t worry you are always in control.
Our services go beyond recces and fixers. We’ve developed a vast network of professionals in different areas, from cameramen to caterers to fulfill your production needs; you name it, we can do it.
Safety and management of diving operations. ensuring compliance with safety regulations, and conducting risk assessments. Coordinating with the film crew to facilitate safe and efficient underwater filming, prepared to handle any emergencies.
By Mexican Law, commercial drone operators must be Mexican and drones must be registered with the Civil Aeronautics Agency in Mexico. We can help
It is that large professional network we have that allows us to find the equipment you need, cameras, drones, boats, underwater gear? Got’em.
Let us know what you need.
Feed the troops, right? Vegetarian, Mexican, Chinese, or any other need you have to keep the crew fed and happy.
An underfed crew can go full-on mutiny after lunchtime.
Whether you need to rent 4X4 vehicles or rent a bus to move your crew or equipment around, you need to know the right people with the right cars; we know them.
If you are coming to shoot the amazing underwater life of Baja chances are you’re going to need a boat; you want a comfy one with the right specs for your needs.
There are risks and risks in every production, we’ll make sure you are aware of the potential hazards you face while filming in Mexico. It’s a country with a rich culture and amazing people, we’ll help you plan.
Insurance is always a good idea, whether you lose equipment or you need medical assistance or even medivac, we can help you find the right solution if needed.
They have lived, studied, and worked across Mexico and Central America and are well connected across the region.
As well as researching, setting up, and supporting complex logistics on the ground they have proven themselves strong communicators and have delivered health & safety and budget detail successfully to the Production Management team throughout the process.
Lorna is also a talented stills photographer. They are honest, hardworking people. A joy to work with.
Rodrigo and Lorna have a rich knowledge and experience of filming in Mexico that makes them a standout duo. I wholeheartedly recommend them on your next Mexican adventure’
For filmmakers seeking breathtaking backdrops and rich biodiversity for their projects, filming in some of these areas offers an unparalleled opportunity. However, it requires careful planning, regulation adherence, and environmental preservation commitment.