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  • February 28, 2019

    The Llanquihue Puerto Montt.- In an interview with the newspaper El Llanquihue of Puerto Montt, the executive director of Shoot in Chile, Pedro Pablo Cabrera, highlighted the natural and infrastructure benefits of the region and emphasized the need to create a regional fund as a tool to encourage the arrival of more foreign audiovisual productions of high impact to the country. “International producers look for places that deliver more facilitiesfor the costs involved in a production”, he said.

  • February 15, 2018

    El Heraldo Austral, Puerto Varas.- In an interview with El Heraldo Austral of Puerto Varas, Pedro Pablo Cabrera said that in this region major brands such as Nissan, Ferrari, Lamborgini, Mercedes Benz and other items filmed in Chile their international campaigns, taking advantage of the great variety of landscapes to show the different characteristics of the cars, resistant to a diversity of terrains such as desert, mountains, lakes and glaciers.

  • February 9, 2018

    El Mercurio Antofagasta.- Chile has diverse landscapes from north to south, from the driest desert in the world, rural areas, historical sites, modern cities, a great coast, to Antarctica. In an interview with Mercurio Antofagasta, the executive director of Shoot in Chile, Pedro Pablo Cabrera said that the conditions of our country make it an attractive place and ideal destination for filming movies and commercials that were marked forever and not only with James Bond.

  • January 22, 2019

    The natural conditions of Chile as well as its climate and the proximity that exists between its locations are a great attraction for the foreign audiovisual industry. The report made by CNN Chile Magazine describes how this business is developed in our country and what are the difficulties that the audio-visual industry must face. It is explained by Pedro Pablo Cabrera, Executive Director of Shoot in Chile, Cristóbal Sotomayor, President of the Guild of Advertising Film Producers Association (APCP) and Fernando Ortega, Executive Director of América Cine.

  • January 13, 2018

    El Mercurio Valparaíso.- Pedro Pablo Cabrera told to El Mercurio Valparaíso that there are all the possibilities for the country to become an attractive shooting center, but municipal protocols and economic incentives are lacking. He highlighted the Municipality of Valparaíso, the first in Chile to adopt “a protocol to request permission to film audiovisual projects that is close to international reality”.

  • November 30, 2018

    In a working day that seeks to provide information and tools for the development of friendly communities for productions, organized by the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage, through the Chilean Film Commission, participated today Shoot in Chile, where its executive director, Pedro Pablo Cabrera, spoke about the production models of the film industry and the needs and conditions that it requires for the choice of locations.

  • November 23, 2018

    Although Chile was known as a filming location about ten years ago, after scenes of the James Bond film “A Quantum of Solace” with 007 actors Daniel Craig in the Atacama desert, an article recently published in the magazine German Filmwoche highlights the benefits of Chile to go filming.

  • November 8, 2018

    The objective of Shoot in Chile is to stay in the orbit of the best producers in the European audiovisual industry and update their knowledge with the new European trends in the art of audiovisual creative production. On November 8th, Shoot in Chile participated in the CICLOPE Festival in Berlin. The international event – made for the first time in 2010 – is totally dedicated to the art of the execution of the moving image.

  • October 12, 2018

    Emol.com.-That Chile begins to be seen as an option, has not been coincidence. Behind this achievement is the sector brand Shoot in Chile, which has been dedicated to promoting national territories in listed film industries in the United States and Europe. They not only seek to show a “good landscape”, but also a country that is capable of providing quality services and facilities to realize their ideas. In conversation with Emol, the executive director of the entity, Pedro Pablo Cabrera, enumerated some obstacles that have been found along the way and that does not allow them to continue strengthening the field.

  • October 11, 2018

    T13 Radio.- In an interview on “Siempre es hoy” program on radio T13, Pedro Pablo Cabrera said that his actions seek to regulate and facilitate procedures in a way that allows the arrival of more foreign audiovisual producers in the country”.

  • October 5, 2018

    Radio Duna.- In an interview with the program Privileged Information of Radio Duna, the executive director of Shoot in Chile commented that with the incentive program launched by Corfo and Film Comission Chile, it is sought that the State of Chile, for investments greater than USD2M, return 30% to the producers audiovisuals that come to film the country. In this way, “we seek to transform ourselves into the New Zealand of the southern cone”, said Pedro Pablo Cabrera.

  • September 28, 2018

    In the program Conectados de radio Agricultura, the Director of Shoot in Chile, Pedro Pablo Cabrera explained that the work of promoting film services abroad is not only based on offering locations, but also a series of attributes such as technological equipment and infrastructure to carry out the productions, human resources and technical preparation, in addition to the reliability, security and economic stability that Chile provides us. Our clients value trust very much.

  • September 13, 2018

    The Valparaíso Film Commission, of the SEREMI of the Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage, the Association of Production Companies of Audiovisual Production Services (APSP) and Shoot in Chile, together with the three film and audiovisual schools of the region from Valparaíso (University of Valparaíso, Duoc UC and University of Viña del Mar) organize free training in the production and control of audiovisual projects, “Movie Magic” with the methodology used today in international markets. With this program, it seeks to contribute to shortening the technical gaps in the territory, introducing instruments of the international film industry in the formation of human capital.

  • September 13, 2018

    The Valparaíso Film Commission, of the SEREMI of the Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage, the Association of Production Companies of Audiovisual Production Services (APSP) and Shoot in Chile, together with the three film and audiovisual schools of the region from Valparaíso (University of Valparaíso, Duoc UC and University of Viña del Mar) organize free training in the production and control of audiovisual projects, “Movie Magic” with the methodology used today in international markets. With this program, it seeks to contribute to shortening the technical gaps in the territory, introducing instruments of the international film industry in the formation of human capital.

  • September 11, 2018

    Radio Zero.- In “Santiago Adicto”, a program of Radio Zero, the executive director of Shoot in Chile Pedro Pablo Cabrera told that they seeks to attract the great cinematographic and advertising productions of the world to film our country. “Chile is sounding stronger abroad as a center for audiovisual production”, he said.

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  • August 31, 2018

    Film Comission Chile, of the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage and Shoot in Chile, a sectorial brand that promotes Chile as an audiovisual production center together with ProChile, invites national production companies to participate in free production training and control of audiovisual projects with the current methodology used in international markets.

  • July 31, 2018

    Publimark.cl.-Public-private initiative seeks that more audiovisual productions, including advertising, be made in Chile, as has been the case for some time with car commercials and other categories.

  • July 30, 2018

    -The Colombian production company Dynamo plans to shoot during 2019 a new series set in the fifties in the city-port, a new opportunity to project Chile internationally.

  • July 24, 2018

    Among the main attributes that Shoot in Chile promotes is the diversity and proximity between locations, the contra-seasonality with the USA and Europe, the qualified and updated technical staff, cutting-edge technical equipment, safety, stability and modernity of the country, says Pedro Pablo Cabrera in interview with Chileestuyo.cl

  • July 24, 2018

    The measure -which incorporates 60 new items- seeks to encourage local entrepreneurs and producers to invest in equipment, being able to have a better offer of services to promote and attract more international film and advertising filming to our country. Consequently, “it facilitates, allows us to receive and attend adequately a greater volume of productions in parallel, as well as to put our country at the height of technical needs at the international level”, added Pedro Pablo Cabrera.

  • July 19, 2018

    Radio Zero.- Pedro Pablo Cabrera spoke in the program “The Good Life” about the work of Shoot in Chile promoting the existence of the necessary conditions for Chile to become an attractive destination for film production.

  • July 06, 2018

    In order to facilitate foreign audiovisual productions that take place in the country, the sector brand Shoot in Chile together with the Film Commission Chile and the National Customs Service, reached an agreement that allows the temporary entry of cars for a period of 30 days to be used in the filming of commercials for TV, without payment of the established fee and without constitution of guarantee.

  • June 29,2018

    A successful participation was the one that had the sectorial brand Shoot in Chile in France, standing out as the main sponsor of the festival organized by the specialized magazine Shots, an event considered one of the largest and most important in the activities of the global creativity festival.

  • May 10, 2018

    Radio La Clave.-In the program “Emprender es Clave”, Pedro Pablo Cabrera spoke about the opportunities that Chile has to attract producers from the United States and Europe to film their audiovisual projects in the country.

  • May 10, 2018

    24Hours.-When they talk about Valparaíso, San Pedro of Atacama or Austral road, one person immediately thinks about tourism. But those, and other places in our country, have become a non-traditional export product for another reason. The following report is about foreign commercials that have been recorded in Chile.