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Forums road with snow in mid of september

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  • Hello,
    I am looking for a road with snow and trees to shoot in the mid of september.
    the road should be quite long cause i have a driving shot to perform with a car from an helicopter pov
    I am attaching you a couple of pics as reference
    grazie
    claudio

    claudio@lisola.net

    Dear Claudio;
    During winter (June to end of September) in the south of Chile you can find a lot of locations with roads full of snow.
    Please contact us visiting our website: http://www.filmcommissionchile.org to find more information or to contact us.
    I am sending you some pics according to your request.

    Regards;

    Raimundo Alemparte
    Location & Information Manager
    FILM COMMISSION CHILE


    Kasie Moore
    Member

    Hello Claudio

    Here I´m sending you some reference pictures from a road with snow in the south of Chile, about 400 Km. from Santiago. We still have to do a more precise scouting to find the right Location. I would like help you in any way I can. Let me know if you need anything, we can talk on skype if you want.

    Best regards,
    Pablo del Rio Larraín
    Producer
    Tel/Fax. 56 2 9263680
    Cell Phone. 56 9 77047285
    info@chilemagic.cl
    Skype: pablodelrio1007
    http://www.chilemagic.cl


    Delroy Dixon
    Member

    Hello Claudio,

    Despite what the other two posts from Chile seem to indicate, the middle of September is a bit late to get the snow conditions you’re looking for in the South of Chile. Some years the snow lasts that long, but so far this year we haven’t gotten enough snow to be very confident about it. Completely depends on the weather from here out.

    There are a few locations that will have some snow, but usually the roads and trees are clear by that time. You would have to leave in generous amounts of snow dressing to get the looks you’re after.

    Cheers, Bud


    Bud Theisen
    Producer
    Straightforward Films
    http://www.straightforwardfilms.com
    cel. +5699-818-2067
    skype: budtheisen
    iChat: bud.theisen

    Hi Claudio …
    hope you would love to shoot in india.because its very very cost effecting compare to any other place in all over the world. we would love to assist you here for everything 24/7
    please have a look some of reference picture

    Best Regards
    Dharmendra singh
    +91 9833084766
    Skype :- dharmendra1232
    mail me – mindfilms@gmail.com

    http://www.mindfilmsinindia.com


    Claire Kelly
    Member

    Hi Claudio,

    You could consider the South Island of New Zealand, there is still snow at height near Queenstown and trees can be dressed in. Please get in touch if you wish to see any photos. There is a location which has lots of roads and easy for aerial shots.

    claire@smasher.tv

    Hello,
    Altough the weather forecast promised snow in Northern Finland next week, I think you have to stick with Southern hemisphere. Usually the ground is white in November in Northern Finland. Jan-Feb in the South. More info about Finland: http://www.filmland.fi, http://www.filmfinland.fi

    Olli
    FAVEX – Finnish Film & Audiovisual Export

    Hey Claudio.
    If you are still looking for this location, this season, it has been dumping, and is still snowing in the Snowy Mountains in Australia. Forecasts predict snowfall till mid september. http://ski.com.au/reports/australia/nsw/perisherblue/forecast.html

    We would be happy to send you location references if you require.
    Kind regards
    Warren
    warren@viscious.com.au
    Luscious International – Australia


    Kit Fraser
    Member

    Did you find a location, try the Dempster Highway, NT we had lots of snow a couple of weeks ago and it is just starting.

    Johnny


    John Duffy
    Member

    Hello,

    my name is ahmet and I am the location manager of pozitif film istanbul
    if you interested still, we will suggest turkey.

    You can find some pic about it.

    thanx a lot

    all my best

    ahmet.ulger@pozitiffilm.com.tr

    http://www.pozitiffilm.com.tr


    John Duffy
    Member

    Hello,

    my name is ahmet and I am the location manager of pozitif film istanbul
    if you interested still, we will suggest turkey.

    You can find some pic about it.

    thanx a lot

    all my best

    ahmet.ulger@pozitiffilm.com.tr

    http://www.pozitiffilm.com.tr

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