Given the geography of Chile, the full spectrum of landscapes and scenery can be found here. The cultural richness of each region means that it offers locations as diverse as the arid landscape in the north and glaciers in the south, the subtropical landscapes of Easter Island, polar environments in Patagonia and Antarctica, fields and vineyards in the central valleys, deserts, snow-capped mountains, ancient forests, cities, and towns, among thousands of other unique spaces for filming.
Thus, we have locations that resemble the modern cities of North America, the French countryside, corners of Europe, and different locations of the world.
In Chile, very different locations can be accessed in only a couple of hours. This closeness translates into saving time and cost. Production crews can shoot in the mountains during the morning and capture a sunset on the Chilean coast at only two hours’ distance, passing by the vineyards where Chilean wine is produced and other locations of the central valleys.
Additionally, being located in the Southern Hemisphere, Chile offers locations that depend on seasonal factors that may not be available in the Northern Hemisphere.