768 px alto MacBook Air
900 px alto MacBook Pro Retina 15”
$3625 USD PER DAY
$2500 USD PER DAY
Hair & Make Up
Grip & Electric
Art & Props
1 Pax Van
1 Cargo Van
Our Number 11 film produced!
$1150 USD PER DAY
*Cost upon request*
TO LOWER COSTS WE MARK UP. RIVIERA MAYA FILMS DOESN'T COMMISSION.
Photos of crew, locations and gear have been cleared by appearances, owners and propietors. Proof of authorization by request.
Riviera Maya Films is the only production company LEGALLY constituted under the laws of Mexico in the area of The Yucatan Peninsula.
For your shoot safety, please request from other vendors , suppliers and production companies their legal paperwork to ensure warranty on services.
MEXICAN LAWS FOR FOREIGN COMPANIES
REGULATION OF THE FEDERAL LAW OF FILMING (Published in the Mexico Official Gazette on March 29, 2001) At the margin a stamp with the National Shield, that says: Presidency of the Republic United Mexican States. VICENTE FOX QUESADA, President of the United Mexican States, in exercise of the power conferred upon me by Article 89, Section I, of the Constitution of the United Mexican States and based on the provisions of Articles 27, 31 and 38 the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration; 1, 4, 8, 12 and other related provisions of the Federal Law on Cinematography, It had to be issued the following:
REGULATION OF THE FEDERAL LAW ON CINEMATOGRAPHY
CHAPTER II OF THE FILM, TV and PRODUCTIONS
Article 11. The freedom to make and produce films under Article 2 of the Law does not exempt compliance with labor laws, insurance, immigration or copyright force in Mexico.
Article 14. The film producers for the filming of his movies, will have access to the
federally owned property, abiding by the respective laws and without interfering with its regular use.
Article 71. To verify proper compliance with the Law and these Regulations, the Government House practice will verify with visits that deem necessary, complying with the requirements established by the Federal Administrative Procedure Law.
INSURANCE LAWS FOR FOREIGN COMPANIES
Legally they are committing a breach in the law when buying an insurance abroad for purposes in Mexico, this is established in the "General Law of Institutions and Mutual Insurance Companies" in its Article 3. Verse II Clauses 1), 5) and 6) for potential risks that could happen during production . That Foreign Production Companies hire insurances from their country of origin is commonly done by ignorance of the laws that prevail in our country, and for them the insurance contract might seem better, but they are unaware of what can be offered domestically, and you can even confirm by Insurers in the US that we have grant coverage that they do not give.