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  • in reply to: Industrial location for car commercial

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Maybe as well a huge Montreal nearby airport not in use and now available for shoots.
    michelle d’Eze
    montreal-locations-scouts.com

    in reply to: Industrial location for car commercial

    Laura Grey
    Member

    May we suggest Montreal, Quebec’s Olympic Park …Quebec as well has great incentives!
    michelle d’eze
    montreal-locations-scouts.com

    in reply to: Blue lagoon with waterfall

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Mathieu, etes vous du Quebec? base a montreal, pendant l’ete, nous avons depuis 7 ans une division en Republique Dominicaine pour repondre aux besoins de nos clients pour des demandes telle que la votre.

    Nous avons a La Samana une equipe trilingue de france, belgique, italie et quebec

    On a tout ce dont vous avez besoin

    michelle d’eze
    514-938-8352

    in reply to: Forest with Snow

    Laura Grey
    Member

    If ever you do not find the real thing…Quebec is a world leader in artificial snow and winter effects. We’ve been creating artificial snow for the movie, television and entertainment industries for over 40 years. From a single snowflake to a winter wonderland, you need look no further.

    m.d’eze
    michelledeze@beauchemindeze.com


    Laura Grey
    Member

    Thanks a big bunch..we are standing by for our client final choice of Island…once decided, then we will need a local coordinator for kids casting, assistants, go for/runners, vans, catering, etc etc we will get back to you as soon as we kno…..MERCI

    in reply to: Wanted: Locations for shooting with the real snow

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Considering the Euro vs CND dollar, Quebec maybe just the magic place for your budget. Less then 1.5 hrs from downtown Montreal, where you land, you will find snow, beautiful log cabins, mountains, little charming villages, lots of Traditional Christams decorations, etc

    Good luck in your search

    Michelle d’Eze sr. producer
    michelledeze@beauchemindeze.com

    in reply to: Soy Field, full of yellow flowers to shoot July 24th

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Quebec have both: soya and rape in yellow bloom less then 1 1/2 hr from downtown Montreal.

    let us know if Quebec is an option.

    Michelle d’Eze, V.P Senior Producer
    Quebec Productions Support Services
    Division de Beauchemin d’Eze Inc.
    http://beauchemindeze.com/
    2260 Delisle, Montreal, QC, H3J 2N7
    t: +514-938-8352
    michelledeze@beauchemindeze.com
    Membre# 10-227 – BFTC

    in reply to: Forest with lake and mountains at the back

    Laura Grey
    Member

    You may consider Quebec, Canada…out of Montreal, less then 2 hrs drive you will find, east, west, south and north, an incredible choice of magic forests, lakes, etc etc

    If interested, we can prepare a album of recent locations..

    With 17 distinct regions, Quebec vast territory covers an area of 1.7 million km2, – three times larger than France and four times larger than California – and each of Québec’s hundreds of towns and villages present a different facet of the province.

    Due to the sheer size of Québec, it has a remarkable variety of landscapes, including fertile plains, the highest mountain chains in eastern Canada, more than one million lakes, and thousands of rivers.

    The St. Lawrence River is one of the longest rivers in the world and has a coastline that runs from west to east through Québec. Québec also has wide swaths of forest, taiga and tundra, as well as permanently frozen glaciers in the far north.

    m

    Michelle d’Eze, V.P Senior Producer
    Quebec Productions Support Services
    Division de Beauchemin d’Eze Inc.
    http://beauchemindeze.com/
    2260 Delisle, Montreal, QC, H3J 2N7
    t: +514-938-8352
    michelledeze@beauchemindeze.com
    Membre# 10-227 – BFTC


    Laura Grey
    Member

    You may look at Quebec, Canada where Wheat Fields are numerous and in full bloom and ready to harvest until end of August depending on the region.

    m

    Michelle d’Eze, V.P Senior Producer
    Quebec Productions Support Services
    Division de Beauchemin d’Eze Inc.
    http://beauchemindeze.com/
    2260 Delisle, Montreal, QC, H3J 2N7
    t: +514-938-8352
    michelledeze@beauchemindeze.com
    Membre# 10-227 – BFTC

    in reply to: Apple gardens in July / August

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Julia, you may as well look into beautiful province of Quebec…less then 1 hr from downtown Montreal, you have excellent and numerous choice.

    Michelle d’Eze, V.P Senior Producer
    International Productions Support Services
    Division de Beauchemin d’Eze Inc.
    michelledeze@beauchemindeze.com
    t: +514-938-8352
    Membre# 10-227 – BFTC

    in reply to: PHOTO FASHION IN PUNTA CANA

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Mr. Kiku Xicoira,
    We are Punta Cana based, how may we help you?

    Michelle d’Eze
    514.938.8352

    admin@dominican-republic-photography-productions.com
    http://dominican-republic-photography-productions.com

    in reply to: Snow

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Montreal’s Winter Specifically;

    Montreal’s Winter scenes. It’s sunny almost all the time, and the days can be really exhilarating, Montreal has snow as of Mid december until the end of middle of April.

    WHY QUEBEC!
    http://www.qftc.ca/why-quebec.php

    Because Québec offers you a one-stop, easy-to-access service: the Québec Film and Television Council, a well-structured organization, which has an experienced team of enthusiastic, dedicated, efficient professionals, who make life easier for you by offering you their support.

    Because Québec is renowned throughout the world for its highly qualified, talented, creative, outstanding workforce.

    Because Québec’s remarkably diverse landscape and scenery make it possible to shoot films in a variety of settings: urban or pastoral, modern or historical, North American, European, etc.

    Because Québec’s infrastructure and state-of-the-art resources make it possible to produce all kinds of incredible films. Québec enjoys a world-wide reputation as a leader in the fields of special effects and animation.

    Because people from Québec are warm, welcoming and respectful of the need for quiet on the set.

    michelledeze@beauchemindeze.com

    in reply to: Snow

    Laura Grey
    Member

    In Quebec, Canada we have different level of snow…either downtown, rural or at the mountains. As of the middle of December, 4 months of snow, Januray, February been the coldest months with a variation of snow falls and heights depending in which part of the Province you are.

    Québec’s remarkably diverse landscape and scenery make it possible to shoot in a variety of settings: urban or pastoral, modern or historical, North American, European, etc.

    A compelling blend of Old World charm and North American modernity, Québec’s major centres offer dramatic contrasts. Both Montréal and Québec City have historical French and British-style buildings that blend in with the modern architecture of nearby structures.

    With 17 distinct regions, this vast territory covers an area of 1.7 million km2, – three times larger than France and four times larger than California – and each of Québec’s hundreds of towns and villages present a different facet of the province.

    Due to the sheer size of Québec, it has a remarkable variety of landscapes, including fertile plains, the highest mountain chains in eastern Canada, more than one million lakes, and thousands of rivers. The St. Lawrence River is one of the longest rivers in the world and has a coastline that runs from west to east through Québec. Québec also has wide swaths of forest, taiga and tundra, as well as permanently frozen glaciers in the far north.

    Québec’s climate, like its geography, presents great contrasts. In the south, where 80% of the population lives, there are four distinct seasons: a mild spring, with cool days; a hot, sunny summer; a colourful but sometimes chilly fall; and a white, snowy winter. Northern Québec has a sub-arctic climate and the far north, an artic climate.

    Quebec Photography Productions and its Quebec Locations Scouts offers you a one-stop, easy-to-access service: well-structured compagnies, which have an experienced team of enthusiastic, dedicated, efficient professionals, who make life easier for you by offering you their support.

    Quebec Locations Scouts Galerie of photos is only a sample of locations for use in photography projects in the entire province of Québec. This diverse selection presents locations that are representative of each of Québec’s 17 administrative regions.

    http://quebec-locations-scouts.com
    http://montreal-locations-scouts.com

    michelle d’eze, sr producer @ michelledeze@montreal-photography-productions.scom

    in reply to: Snow

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Snow Worldwide…province of Quebec in Canada is without a doubt a winter/snow destination from November to end of March…. 80 to 300 inches of snow in some northern Quebec regions per season….:-)

    As far as Tree lines is just of matter of type, color, height, etc. etc, Quebec has it all…

    Some winter locations photos at:
    http://quebec-locations-scouts.com/locations/winter/index.html

    Some incredible landscapes in Quebec at:
    http://quebec-locations-scouts.com/locations/lansdcapes/index.html

    P/S the Quebec Film Commission has recently revised its incentives and is offering more then ever on foreign productions in Quebec.

    m.d’eze
    quebec-locations-scouts.com
    deze@sympatico.ca
    514-938-8352

    interesting site re: snow precipitation, etc world wide
    http://www.weather-and-climate.com/

    For the province of Quebec go to:
    http://www.weather-and-climate.com/average-monthly-precipitation-Rainfall,quebec-city,Canada

    in reply to: small airport and customs

    Laura Grey
    Member

    Bonjour Mireille, 30 minutes from Montreal, Quebec there is such an airport and more a few KM out of Montreal, about 1 hr to 2 hr .
    m.d’eze, v.p. montreal locations scouts.com
    deze@sympatico.ca

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