Grenada Film & Photography Production Services.
Are you a media company, brand, ad agency or production company looking for film / photography production support or shooting crew in Grenada? We have fully vetted, locally based fixers, service producers, directors, DP’s, videographers, cameramen, photographers, sound operators, production drivers, and a range of other film crew. Contact us for referrals, questions, cost estimates and references.
Want to know more about shooting in Grenada? See below for an introduction to Grenada locations, permits, when to shoot, costs, talent, crews, equipment, art department, studios, post facilities, visas and work permits, film friendly hotels, transport, communications and safety advice.
Film Locations. Grenada is a Caribbean nation made up of three larger islands (Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique) and several smaller islands. Grenada is a mountainous island, known for its lush rainforests, paradise waterfalls, white sand beaches, turquoise waters, rare tropical flowers and fragrant spice trees. Also known as “Spice Island”, Grenada is a big producer of nutmeg, vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, cocoa and sugarcane. Grenada’s most beautiful beaches can be found at Grand Anse, Levera Bay and Morne Rouge. Paradise island waterfall looks include Annandale Falls, Concord Falls and Mount Carmel Waterfall. Grenada’s coral reefs offer impressive underwater photography. The capital St. George’s is a pretty town with a picturesque horseshoe-shaped harbour.
Grenada Film Location Permits. Most locations are possible given time, money and the right approach. Please contact us for location specific information.
When to shoot? Grenada enjoys a year-round warm, tropical climate. Conditions are humid around the coast but become considerably cooler and wetter toward the mountainous interior. Grenada lies on the edge of the hurricane belt. The wet season runs from June to December when conditions are hot, humid and short bursts of heavy rainfall occur frequently. The dry season, and best time to film for weather, runs from January to May when showers are few and temperatures are cooled by trade winds. For monthly weather statistics please see here.
Events of interest to filmmakers and photographers include the Port Louis Grenada Sailing Festival in January / February, and Spice Mas (Grenada Carnival) in August.
Costs. Locations, local talent and support crew are inexpensive but since little to no filming infrastructure exists all key crew and equipment must be brought in from abroad. Our Grenadan fixer will negotiate local deals and provide the appropriate level of production support to match every budget.
Talent day rates and and buyouts are negotiable. English is the official language. Most citizens are Afro-Caribbean with some East Indian and Caucasian looks also available. All other talent looks need to be brought in from abroad.
Crews. Grenada has a very small pool of directors, videographers and stills photographers. Key crew must be brought in from abroad.
Contact us if you are looking for a director, DP, photographer, videographer (cameraman / camera operator), camera assistant (focus puller), sound operator, grip, gaffer, stylist, hair and makeup, PA / runner, production driver, or any other film crew for your shoot in Grenada.
Equipment. You will need to bring in all camera, grip and lighting equipment from abroad. For productions intending to bring in equipment, Grenada is not an ATA carnet country.
Art department and set construction is very basic.
Studios and backlots. None exist at present.
Tax Incentives. At present there are no tax incentives for foreign commercials or feature films shooting in Grenada.
Post Production. Post abroad.
Visas and Work Permits. Entry is subject to regulations from country of origin. Crews travelling on Western passports can enter visa-free for stays of up to 3 or 6 months. Contact your local Grenadan embassy or representative for more information.
Transportation Infrastructure. Main roads are in a good condition but they are winding and narrow, making travel times longer than expected. Boats are the best way to travel between islands. Several international airlines service flights to Grenada.
Accommodation. Recommended film friendly hotels in Grenada include:
Please contact us for corporate rates.
For longer stays we can also organize serviced apartments.
Communication. Web posted casting, scouting and videoconferencing. Internet is widely available.
Safety. See here for up to date travel advice.
Projects. For an example of TV commercials, stills campaigns, online content, corporate videos, virtual reality 360 content, feature films, TV series and documentaries shot in Grenada, please see below:
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