Fixers in Colombia


One of the great advantages of filming in Colombia is its undiscovered and unspoilt filming locations that allow filmmakers to screen beautiful sights and magnificent landscapes, inspiring imagination and creativity.

The sheer variety of filming locations offered by Colombia make the country an excellent choice for different types of films. Filmmakers can choose from vibrant and lively cities, as well as Amerindian ruins and colonial towns.

What’s more, Colombia is home to vast natural landscapes, offering filmmakers access to plenty of beaches, mountains, waterfalls and rivers, as well as desert landscapes, rainforests and land used for agriculture. Such agricultural lands include: Cattle ranches, coffee plantations and Colombian crops, like bananas, rice, cocoa and corn.

Colombia is particularly well-noted for its out-of-this-world, tropical, underwater filming opportunities on San Andrés and Providencia Islands.

Columbia has recently been used for filming in various noteworthy and modern films including: Gallows Hill (2013), The Motorcycle Diaries (2004), and Love in the Time of Cholera (2007).

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