Our casa is your casa. We want you to feel at home working with us. We have a place for you to work comfortably, and the resources you need to create your vision

Mexico is a land built on storytelling. It is a stage as full of color and flavor, as our people and food. From ancient times to modern day, everything about this country has something to say. Every landscape is a backdrop, and every street is a stage. From the invention of cameras to today, artists and media professionals have come to this Latin American country to enhance their projects. Here’s why you should too.

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Almost every ecosystem you might seek is here, in Mexico. From sunny beaches to snowy mountaintops, from tropical rainforests to bone-dry deserts, nature is on your side. We have vast coastlines on both east and west, which offer the kind of sunlight and colors you seek. You’ve sailed on the waters of Baja in epic adventures at high seas. You’ve run through the thick jungles of Veracruz in exotic action films. You’ve barely escaped from the Sonora deserts in countless westerns.

Exploring our cities is like traveling through time and space. You may find yourself in 16th-Century Spain; or futuristic Berlin. Our architecture can add color; or romance.

Romeo+Juliet and Agent 007 have cruised through Mexico City, and Netflix recently shot part of its hit series Sense8 here. The Netflix Original, House of Flowers, launched into production soon after for the streaming giant. Netflix Global Marketing produced motion and stills for the series with our local shoot support.

Whether you are looking to capture pre-Columbian grandeur, colonial charm, industrial grit, or contemporary glam, you’ll find it all here with us in Mexico. The stage is set to tell your story. And behind the curtain, we have well-oiled machinery to build it. We’ve got all the people and all the up-to-date equipment you’ll need. Our film, television, and publicity industry is vibrant and fully equipped to handle any challenge at hand. We work with award-winning professionals, from writers to post-producers. Whether cast or crew, non-union English-speaking professionals are easy to find. 12-hour shifts are standard.

Considering the favorable position of the US Dollar, Euro, or Yen against the Mexican peso, producing in Mexico can prove friendly to your budget. Also, a number of government incentives are in place to support audiovisual productions. Because of its location, Mexico is the gateway from the US to Central and South America.

And did we mention the food? One of the greatest delights of working in Mexico is the amazing food you can enjoy. Feast your eyes on our tabletop reel. And rest assured, all your other needs will be taken care of in the way you are accustomed to.

So talk to us. Put Mexico on your radar screen, and let us welcome you to our casa.

PSN Mexico delivers experience working with

  • Production houses like Partizan, Sweat Pants media, Jacaranda Films, Caviar, U studio, Luxe...
  • Studios/Streamers like Netflix, Warner Bros, Claro video...
  • Directors like Bram Van Riett, Mika Ninawaga, Adrian Lyne, Kit Lynch Robinson , Patrick Pierini, Bram Coppens, Fleur and Manu, Eric Lynne, Mathias Clammer...
  • DOPs like Silvestre Dedise, Monica Lenczewska, Galo Olivares, Damian Acevedo, Mathias Clammer...

Mexico is also home to

  • Directors like Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu, Guillermo del Toro, Alfonso Cuaron...
  • DOPs like Chivo lubezki , Rodrigo Prieto , Guillermo Navarro, Alexis Sabe, Choques Martinez Solares...

Ari Garza

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Ari has packed a lot into 25 years of experience in advertising. Hundreds of productions have seen him evolve from an Assistant Director to Agency Producer to Radio Host to Production Manager to Executive Producer and now Partner at his own production house in Mexico.

[cont.] This weekend mountain biker is a travel enthusiast who enjoys nothing more than sharing the world with his 4-year-old boy and wife of 10 years.

Ari thrives on the new challenges of each project and client satisfaction with the performance he and his team deliver.

He hopes to be in the industry another 25 years to share his experience with younger generations and also learn a thing or two from them.

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