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Winter is Coming: Snow Locations in Argentina

Winter is Coming: Snow Locations in Argentina

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey Winter is coming! Not to Westeros Game of Thrones fans but to Argentina. Every mid-June to late September Argentina offers a rich diversity of winter locations for your next film, commercial or TV shoot. You may associate South America with tropical hot spots and desert plains, but wintertime in Argentina … Continue reading

Shooting in Patagonia for LG of South Korea

Shooting in Patagonia for LG of South Korea

By contributing blogger Benjamín Harguindey The region of Patagonia, located in the Argentine south, comprises a series of mountains, glaciers and tundra that form many National Parks. While it has good infrastructure for tourism, its locations – such as the ever popular Perito Moreno Glacier – keep crowds at bay. As such we were privileged … Continue reading

Cartier Commercial Filmed in Buenos Aires

by Tracey Chandler, Contributing Blogger We´ve heard it all before…. Buenos Aires is the Paris of South America….. but it seems that the major jewelery brand, Cartier, really believe this to be true. Filming commercials in Argentina is popular for many reasons. It´s cheaper, quality and expertise is still very much guaranteed and the locations … Continue reading

Filming in Argentina is Cost Effective and Versatile

by Tracey Chandler, Contributing Blogger The famous commercial for Mastcard, entitled “The Bicycle” or “La Bicicleta,” is an example of genius in terms of creativity and construction. Filmed in part in La Estación Provincial de Trenes de La Plata in Argentina, the masterminds behind the commercial managed to turn the train station into a port, … Continue reading

New Comercial Filmed in San Telmo! (my neighborhood)

My parents saw this commercial in the states and called me to say that they recognized the streets: Av. Casseros and Defensa. (Triva points: Ernesto “Che” Guevara´s family had an apartment in this street). In the commercial it appears as a European street that opens into an impressionist painting. I can´t include the video here … Continue reading