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La Productora Films was created to provide production services in Latin America. Its founder Juan Lamboglia has more than 10 years experience producing commercials for local and international markets. Its multi-skilled team has successfully serviced the most ambitious of scripts.
It was founded in March 2005 with the express purpose of giving clients and their projects a highly personalized service.
In 2009, La Productora Films joins forces with Julian Vella.
The goal of La Productora Films is to deliver the best production services. Its range of contacts, knowledge and experience allows it to cut through red tape and secure access to sensitive and complex sites, as well as offering a variety of original and colourful locations in a region blessed with a versatile climate with four clearly defined seasons, excellent telecommunications and a proper road system connecting every location in the country. It can also supply a dedicated team of technicians, a wide range of on-screen talent from diverse ethnic backgrounds, a good relationship with local and international suppliers and, most importantly, the assurance of having a reliable team that will make your stay both productive and pleasant. Add to this its unrivalled ability to deliver low-cost services without compromising production values, and that makes La Productora Films the most "cost-effective" and attractive option anywhere in the southern hemisphere.
Uruguay is part of the South American Pampa, a temperate landscape which has forged a people that is respectful and tolerant, open to new ideas, yet proud of its heritage and traditions.
From the historical city of Colonia to the modern resort of Punta del Este, through landscapes of sierras and pampas, ranches and farmsteads, abandoned hamlets and bustling villages, lakes and springs, rivers and forests and deserted beaches, our country has a setting to fit a whole range of productions.
Almost the entire country is surrounded by water, except the Northern part, where the locals speak Spanish and Portuguese, as the country caresses the landscapes of the beautiful country of Brazil.
At the West, the prairies fall into the Uruguay River, which is the limit with Argentina, while at the South the River Plate and the Atlantic Ocean generate a coastal strip with more than six hundred and fifty kilometers of beaches. Located in a transition zone between the Brazilian plateau and the Argentinean Pampa plains, the Uruguayan landscape consists of smooth hills where prairies are embellished by rivers, small streams and lakes.
Uruguay enjoys a temperate climate with average temperatures ranging between 16 and 20 degrees.
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Country Name: República Oriental del Uruguay
President: José Mujica. Data Code: UY
Political Division: 19 Provinces
Republic under a presidential system. The State is organized in three independent powers: Executive, Legislative and Judiciary. The Executive Power is exercised by a President and 13 Ministers. The Legislative Power is constituted by the General Assembly or Parliament consisted of two Chambers: the Senate of 30 members plus the Vice-president of the Republic and the Deputies Chamber integrated by 99 members, representatives of 19 Provinces.
Compulsory and universal for the major ones of 18 years.
January 1st, May 1st, July 18th, August 25th, December 25th.
The juridical Uruguayan system is based on legal procedure approved by the Parliament and promulgated by the President of the Republic. The last source of the law is the Constitution.
GDP (2009): 14.000 million dollars
GDP per capita: 4.118 dollars
Annual Demographic Growth Rate: 0,6%
Density (population per sq.km): 18
Life Expectancy of Birth: 75,4 years
Infant Mortality Rate: 15,02/1000
Literacy Rate: 97%
Religions: No official religion (catholics 56%, non religious 38%, protestants 2%, jews 2%).
Nationality noun: Uruguayan(s)
Business languages: english and portuguese (french and italian, widely spreads).
Meat, rice and other grains: lacteal products and honey; skins and products of the leather; food, drinks and tobacco; wool, textiles and manufactured textile goods; plastic materials, rubber and there manufactured goods.
Population physicians radio: 260
Population supplied with drinking water: 98%
Electrification rate: 98%
Cars per 100 inhabitants: 19
Digital telephone network: 100%
Telephone lines per 100 inhabitants: 40
Cellular phones per 100 inhabitants: 30
Internet Users: 20%
Juan Lamboglia began his career as a freelance producer in 1992. After five intensive years, he became production chief, and eventually associate CEO, at prestigious Mojo Films. After producing more than 100 projects in Uruguay, his reputation has spread internationally to Argentina, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Finland, Canada and the United States.
Beyond the name and the collective fantasies that circulate in the unconscious one of the people, Uruguay is a country of middle class, of European immigrants. The country received forts encouraged of immigrants from Spain, Italy, UK, Germany, France, Switzerland and Poland. Only after the First World War, more than two hundred thousand Europeans established in the country.
In La Productora Films we rely on a unique and own base of Talents that is updated permanently, in whom we find all the etnias and the styles, to adapt to the needs of our clients.
Montevideo the capital city has a remarkable breadth of architectural styles, ranging from Art Nouveau to Art Deco, Renaissance and French Gothic to all kinds of avant-garde movements.
Every area of the city has its own charm and character. You don’t need too much imagination to be transported to a suburb of London or Paris, a neighbourhood of Hamburg, a French farm, or even a little corner of Italy.
Uruguay is a small country where locations are within easy travelling distances.
This is the most sophisticated and renowned seaside resort of South America, which combines all the opposed ends in its offer. Brave and tame beaches, full sands people and others so empty that it is possible to feel absolute local owner. Hot summer days and a refreshing breeze during the night. The possibility of choosing between admiring the stars and the moon, lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves, or the wildness of a night at the disco pubs. Hidden between the pinegroves or caressing the sea, the houses of Punta del Este are an indivisible part of a landscape grafted by the sun and the sea. The woods, the hills, the beaches and lakes give form to a spectacular landscape where mother nature shines in all its splendor.
Declared by the UNESCO "Patrimony of the Mankind", it is located a hundred eighty kilometres from Montevideo and it is the only city founded by the Portuguese on the coasts of the River Plate.
Thanks to having belonged both to Portugal and to Spain, the architectural richness of these two cultures they get confused inside the walls of the city.
Juan Lamboglia (Uruguay)
Cel: + 59899 655299 // Tel: + 5982 6014395
Diego Gregorio (Uruguay)
Cel: + 59899 603757
Jean Paul Bragard (Uruguay)
Cel: + 59899 683913
Rodolfo Lamboglia (Argentina)
Cel: + 54911 59591855 // Tel: + 5411 48273918
Julián Vella (Argentina)
Cel: + 54911 53296441
Contact us to receive a DVD showcasing the work of La Productora Films or to meet us in our offices in Montevideo or Buenos Aires.